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The Power of Wind Art Show is co-sponsored by the Kregel Windmill Factory Museum and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Kimmel Education and Research Center. Open to all ages! Art or written work needs to be original and illustrate or represent how wind is used for energy. Art forms showcasing wind power can include posters, paintings, photographs, illustrations, photographs, sculptures, original stories, poems, and more. Art entries are Nebraska state fair eligible. Awards will be presented to the top artists in each category. Accepting entries at Kimmel Education & Research Center April 20th through April 22nd. Art will be on display at the Kimmel Education & Research Center from April 24th through April 29th. Entries may also be brought to the Kregel Windmill Factory Museum anytime before Saturday, April 22nd. Online submissions are questions can be sent to Executive Director of the Kregel Windmill Factory Museum David Flatt, contact email@example.com Power of Wind Art Show Categories: 1. Drawing 2. Painting 3. Photography 4. Sculpture 5. Stories
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