The Montana Meth Project was formed to reduce methamphetamine use in the state by arming people with the facts about Meth. Through the “Paint the State” art campaign, teens have the opportunity to share the “Not Even Once” message or their own anti-Meth theme to educate their communities about the dangers of this highly addictive drug.
In 2011, students displayed 27,989 square feet of original artwork in various mediums. The Secretary of State’s “Treasured” Montana Artist exhibit showcases photographs of 37 pieces of art, which is only a small portion of the projects that can be seen all across the state.
Find out if there’s a project displayed near you.
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