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SW MN Arts Council Prairie Star Award

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The Southwest Minnesota Arts Council is pleased to announce John Sterner of Marshall (Lyon County) as the recipient of the 2022 Prairie Star Award. The Prairie Star Award given out every other year and it recognizes an individual artist whose body of work has made a significant contribution to the arts over an extended period of time, who has been recognized by their artistic peers, and who has best exemplified the highest quality of work in the SMAC region. In recognizing these individuals publicly, the awards will raise the profile of the arts in their communities and throughout the SMAC region. The public is invited to join SMAC in publicly honoring John Sterner at our Annual Celebration of the arts and artists in our southwest Minnesota region. This Fall the celebration will be held in Appleton (Swift County) on Saturday, September 24th.

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