Each year, Toyota hosts a contest for young artists to dream up a futuristic vehicle that might offer a solution to the world’s current challenges, called the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest.
Today, Waverley Toyota were very proud of Kirsten Leow, from Mount Waverley Heights Primary School who has been selected as one of 3 winners in her age group in the Toyota’s 13th Annual Dream Car competition out of 3000 entries around Australia.
Her entry is currently at Toyota Japan for final judging to see whether or not she will be titled as the Australian Champion for 2019 (winning an all expenses paid for trip to Japan for two people – the Australian Champion is announced in June)
What stood out about Kirsten’s drawing (apart from her obvious talent) was the positive messaging and creativity to manage a current major issue in our society, particularly in schools – bullying
Kirsten has won a $500 Apple Store gift card and will also be receiving a bunch of colouring product thanks to Faber-Castell.
A special thank you to all the students at Mount Waverley Heights Primary School who entered the competition, especially their amazing Art Teacher, Claire Furlong for her support over the years.
Toyota’s Dream Car competition will be back in November this year, so keep an eye out!