The Department of Health and Human Services announced on January 3, the Women’s Health challenge on Challenge.gov.
The Office of Women’s Health, a subdivision of HHS, is asking for artistic submissions for their 2012 calendar cover. Last year’s winner, A Year of Healthy Living, featured cherry blossoms against a sky-blue background.
The challenge concludes on February 28, and a winner will be chosen on April 29. The top five finalists will have their covers displayed on the womenshealth.gov website for public voting and the winner’s cover will become the 2012 calendar cover, the option of having their name and bio included, for the HHS Office of Women’s Health.
Artwork must be submitted in the following formats: EPS, PDF, JPG, TIFF, PSD and AI. All submissions must be a maximum of 9 MB in size. Visit their website for the complete listing of eligibility requirements and rules.
The Office of Women’s Health was established in 1991 and their sole purpose is to, “improve health and [the] sense of well-being of all U.S. women and girls,” their website states. The Office of Women’s Health, under HHS, is a multifaceted advocate for female health – anything from pregnancy, to MRSA, to body image and even young girls health issues.