Dudley PCT are looking to commission an experienced artist or artists to use a range of creative tools and techniques to engage the girls and a small group of teachers, youth workers and parents in the generation of creative ideas which could be used to raise the issue of teenage drinking.
This participatory arts project is part of a series of commissions being developed by Dudley PCT in partnership with praXis arts and health network.
A key objective of the Alcohol Health Improvement Programme in Public Health is to reduce the amount and frequency of alcohol consumption amongst girls aged 13-16 years old, as measured by the Schools Health Education Unit (SHEU) survey.
A budget of up to £4,000 is available for the project. This needs to include artist time, travel costs, use of equipment and all materials,.
Payment will be staged and linked to milestones as agreed as part of the contract.
Dudley PCT will retain the right to withhold part of the final payment if the work is not delivered by 31st January 2012.
Outline proposal should be emailed to no later than 5.00pm on Monday 19th September.