Doodle 4 Google at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Students in grades K–12 are invited to create their own Google Doodles inspired by the theme “If I could travel in time, I’d visit…” With materials and Museum educators on hand to help out, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is the perfect place to doodle in the final week of the competition!

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is delighted to partner in this year’s Doodle 4 Google competition. This summer, 10 Pennsylvania State Finalists in the Doodle 4 Google contest will have their doodles exhibited in the Museum, in the Education Corridor. In addition to seeing his or her artwork shown at the Museum as well as on Google’s homepage, the winning doodler will take home a $30,000 college scholarship and a $50,000 technology grant for their school.

This event is free (does not include Museum Admission). Pick up a Doodle 4 Google pass at any Visitor Services Desk on the day of the program.

After all doodles have been submitted to Google by March 23, a team of Googlers and then guest judges—such as Katy Perry, Phineas and Ferb creator and executive producer Jeff “Swampy” Marsh, and recording artist Jordin Sparks—will help choose the top doodles. Then on May 2, one winner from each grade will be chosen by a public vote. First prize will be awarded on May 17 and the winning doodle will be showcased on on May 18.

Sunday, March 18

Noon–3:00 p.m.

Philadelphia Museum of Art,

Great Stair Hall Balcony

26th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia-area children and families

Philadelphia Museum of Art Educators

For more information, visit the Event Facebook page:

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One Comment

  1. Julia says:

    Very cool, I heard about this the other day. I love doodle art – and being surprised by the drawings on Google everyday. Can’t wait to see what the kids come up with.


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