Blue Cross of Idaho Foundation for Health sponsors the Idaho Meth Project’s statewide anti-Meth art competition called Paint the State.
The Paint the State contest calls on Idaho teens to take action in the fight against Meth use by creating highly visible public art displays, throughout Idaho, that illustrates the dangers of methamphetamine.
Paint the State is a first-of-its kind public art competition and large-scale communication action program aimed at broadly communicating the risks of Meth use through public works of art. The contest offers 13- to 18-year olds a way to get involved and compete for $3,000 in cash awards in each of Idaho’s 44 counties. Teens use the “Meth: Not Even Once” logo, tagline, or other anti-Meth theme, a little inspiration, and a lot of imagination to create a work of art—any style, any medium—that’s clearly visible by the general public. Teens are encouraged to enlist the help of friends, family, businesses, and the community to conceive the most compelling works of art and help spread the message of Meth prevention.
Please visit Paint the State for more information, or contact the Idaho Meth Project at 888-331-2020 (toll free) for more information.