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Local student could see artwork on Google homepage

Story by Laura Ryder

Monday, 17th February, 2014 3:00pm

Local student could see artwork on Google homepage

Steven's Doodle 4 Google

Transition year student at Killina Presentation Secondary School Steven Comiskey has been selected for the public voting stage of this year’s “Doodle 4 Google” competition.

Voting begins today (Monday) and remains open until March 10 at

One talented artist in the competition will see their artwork on the Google Ireland homepage.

The winner will also get a €5,000 college scholarship, a €10,000 technology grant for their school and a Chromebook for themselves and their teacher.

Steven and his art teacher Emma Perry have been invited to attend the competition’s final prizegiving in the Google Foundry on March 24 next.

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