You've no doubt seen those interesting, clever graphics at the top of Google's home page. They're called doodles, and now Lied Discovery Museum in Las Vegas is getting in on the act.
Lied will be taking part in Doodle 4 Google 2012, a program that encourages art education and creativity in the community.
The program has partnered with the New York Library and museums and organizations in all 50 states.
Students will create doodles with the theme "If I could travel in time, I'd visit…" Entries will be judged by Google staff and celebrity judges such as Katy Perry and recording artist Jordin Sparks. The public will select the winner, which will be displayed on Google on May 17.
For additional information and to download an official entry form, visit Doodle4Google.com.
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