Toyota Dream Car Art Contest
About the Contest History Since 2004, Toyota Dream Car Art Contest has been conducted as part of TMC’s social contribution initiatives. It gives children throughout the world the opportunity to develop an interest in cars and helps them feel the joy and importance of having a dream. Vision Toyota Dream Car Art Contest invites children from all corners of the globe to share ideas about the future of mobility by drawing their dream cars. We at Toyota believe in nurturing the creativity of the next generation of great inventors, thinkers and dreamers. Every great idea was born in the glimmer of a dream. What is Toyota Dream Car Art Contest? Demands respect at every corner. Entry Information How will your dream car make the world a better place? Every year thousands of children share their dreams with us. Join them and discover just how powerful dreaming can be. Remember, the National Contest is followed by the World Contest. The participants can win great prizes locally, get opportunity to visit Japan for an Award Ceremony. In addition, young dreamers are given tours at a Toyota factory and can experience various aspects of Japanese culture. Entry Guidelines Entry period September 2014 – end of March 2015. The 9th Toyota Dream Car Art Contest is opened. Eligibility The contest is open to anyone in these countries, aged 15 years old or younger. Age categories 7 years old and under; 8-11 years old; 12-15 years old. Theme “Your Dream Car” What can I use to create my artwork? You can use any standard drawing medium you like. Perhaps you could try coloring pencils, crayons, watercolors or markers Our only restriction is that you don’t use digital tools to create your artwork. Your task We’re looking for hand-drawn colorful artwork, which shows “Your Dream Car”. Remember to include a background that supports your idea. Your picture could be seen all over the world, so make sure people from different cultures will be able to understand it. Artwork size Please try and use A3 paper for your artwork (that’s 420 x 297mm). If you can’t get a piece of A3 paper, between 420-450mm (16.5-18in) and 270-300mm (11-12in) is fine.