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The Rural Art and Culture Summit in Morris, Minn., in June drew people from all over the region to discuss how the arts could be leveraged to create vibrant communities. Springboard for the Arts’ rural program staff, which organized the conference, are Bryce Barsness, Naomi Schliesman and Michele Anderson. Photo by Eric Santwire
The Rural Art and Culture Summit in Morris, Minn., in June drew people from all over the region to discuss how the arts could be leveraged to create vibrant communities. Springboard for the Arts’ rural program staff, which organized the conference, are Bryce Barsness, Naomi Schliesman and Michele Anderson. Photo by Eric Santwire

The Rural Art and Culture Summit in Morris, Minn., in June drew people from all over the region to discuss how the arts could be leveraged to create vibrant communities. Springboard for the Arts’ rural program staff, which organized the conference, are Bryce Barsness, Naomi Schliesman and Michele Anderson. Photo by Eric Santwire

The Rural Art and Culture Summit in Morris, Minn., in June drew people from all over the region to discuss how the arts could be leveraged to create vibrant communities. Springboard for the Arts’ rural program staff, which organized the conference, are Bryce Barsness, Naomi Schliesman and Michele Anderson. Photo by Eric Santwire

The Rural Art and Culture Summit in Morris, Minn., in June drew people from all over the region to discuss how the arts could be leveraged to create vibrant communities. Springboard for the Arts’ rural program staff, which organized the conference, are Bryce Barsness, Naomi Schliesman and Michele Anderson. Photo by Eric Santwire

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