Young Artists Win School Fees in Toyota Dream Car Art Contest

CFAO Motors Uganda has finally announced the winners of their annual “Toyota Dream Car Art Contest, a competition that challenges young artists to imagine and draw cars of their dreams.

The winners were announced on Friday March 15th at en event held at CFAO Mobility Head Offices in Namanve Industrial park

The contest is arranged to celebrate and appreciate creative achievements of young artists aged 15 and below from various schoolsacross Uganda.

The national contest attracted entries from various regions in Uganda, amongst which three participants from each entry category were selected as winners and entered as representatives of Uganda to the World Contest, to be held in Japan.

“Young dreamers aged 15 and under from across Uganda were invited to draw their dream cars, igniting their imaginations, and potentially seeing their vision on the world stage,” the officials said.

Young artists, Maxwell Arinaitwe (6), for the portrait titled ‘Fun and Cleaning and helping car’; Claire Tendo Namiro 10 for a portrait titled ‘Toyota Camp Cruiser’, and Nicole Nalwanga (12) for the portrait ‘Toyota Flower Van’ dominated the competition by winning first place in Category 1 (7 years or under), Category 2 (8 – 11 years) and Category 3 (12 – 15 years), respectively.

Born in 2004, the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest has become a cherished platform for nurturing the next generation of innovators, thinkers, and dreamers. With over 8 million participants from 140 countries and regions, the contest has sparked countless imaginations and displayed the boundless potential of young minds.

The Winners in each category won School fees for 1 term worth UGX 2,000,000, as well as other exciting prizes.

They also won a Paint and Kids Uganda Session worth UGX 55,000/= each.


The Winners in each category won School fees for 1 term worth UGX 2,000,000.

They also won a Paint and Kids Session.

Audrey Ninsiima