The Monroe County Health Department, along with the Futures Family Planning Clinic, is accepting proposals for its “Ramp Up Awareness” mural through noon April 22. The deadline has been pushed back due to weather delays.
The “Ramp Up Awareness” mural, which will be on a ramp at the Monroe County Health Services Building at 119 W. 7th St., is intended to promote awareness and access to public health services, according to a press release from the department. The submissions must be family friendly and feature aspects of public health.
Artists are expected to know results by May 6, and the mural is expected to be complete by July 31.
All materials will be donated by Bloomington Paint & Wallpaper, and the artist will receive a $500 stipend. Applications and questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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