Art Challenge Open to High School Students
The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) is hosting Envisioning Health Equity Art Challenge, a competition to raise awareness about the prevalence and impact of health disparities.
High school students (aged 16 to 18 years old) and teen groups are invited to create original artwork (paintings, drawings, photos, digital art, etc.) that represent NIMHD’s vision: an America in which all populations have an equal opportunity to live long, healthy and productive lives. The contest is part of the 10-year commemoration of NIMHD as an Institute at the National Institutes of Health.
Entries are due by Friday, Feb. 5. Submissions will be evaluated on their quality, originality, creativity, and representation of theme. Cash prizes will be awarded (1st place, $3,500); (2nd place, $2,500); and (3rd place, $1,500). See the Envisioning Health Equity Art Challenge page for full details.