Toyota Ireland is delighted to announce the launch of the ‘Build a Better World Art Competition’, inspired by the company’s global initiative ‘Dream Car Art Contest’ which runs annually. The ‘Build a Better World Art Competition’ will run online for four weeks and will see three winners announced every week, one from each age category.

What is Build a Better World Art Competition?

The new ‘Build a Better World Art Competition’ was created to bring some relief and joy to families as Ireland and the rest of the world navigates the uncertainty due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The competition stems from Toyota’s brand platform of ‘Built for a Better World,’ where above all else Toyota aims to create a better world for future generations. Young artists from across the country are encouraged to get their creative juices flowing to take part in this creative initiative and show what a better world will look like for those in Ireland once we are COVID-19 free. 

Don’t forget to keep an eye out on the Toyota Ireland social media channels, where we will be sharing some of the artworks every week.

Build a Better World Art Competition Weekly Themes
Dates and themes as below: 

  • Week 1 - Friday 27th – Friday 3rd. Theme: Friends & Family 
  • Week 2 - Monday 6th – Friday 10th. Theme: Nature 
  • Week 3 - Monday 13th – Friday 17th. Theme: Fantasy 
  • Week 4 - Monday 20th –Friday 24th. Theme: My Dream Car
  • Week 5 - Monday 27th April – Friday 1st May. Theme: When I grow up I want to be...
  • Week 6 - Monday 4th May –Friday 8th May. Theme: My Favourite Place
Some inspiration:
How to get involved
Who can participate?


The contest is open to children up to 15 years old. Toyota Ireland organises the Irish contest and accepts entries from the Republic of Ireland.

What artwork and material do I need?


Use whatever resources you have to draw or build your artwork or invention. E.g. paint, pencils, play-dough, crayons, recyclables, etc..

When do I need to create my entry by?


The weekly theme will be announced at 10am every Monday and entries will close for that same week at Friday 12pm.

What can I win?


There will be a €100 One for All voucher up for grabs for each age category every week. These can be redeemed online.

Enquiries:


Please email all enquiries to dreamcarart@toyota.ie.

How do I enter:


Fill out the Applicants Entry Form (below) and attach a clear image of your artwork.

How do I enter?
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1) Click on the Entry form below Ask your parent or Guardian to carefully read the instructions.
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2) Complete the entry form Do it with your parent or guardian and don't forget to give a title and a short explanation of your Art work.
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3) Get your parent or guardian signature permission Make sure your parent or guardian type their name on the entry form otherwise your artwork won't be valid.
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4) Complete the Entry form: Any queries please send to dreamcarart@toyota.ie

We will be sharing artwork on our Toyota Ireland Social media channels so keep an eye out for yours!

How do I get inspired?


There are so many ways to find inspiration: create a list, appreciate nature, talk to your family, draw some doodles, play a word association game, take a walk, read a book, flick through a magazine, watch a movie, share ideas with friends – or just sit down, close your eyes and let your imagination run wild.

If you want some more inspiration, just discover some of the winning Irish entries from last year. Good luck!

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