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The Barton County Historical Society Museum is holding its first art exhibit, with works inspired by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Andy Warhol, to name three.
It’s the 2014 Watching Young Artists Grow exhibit, sponsored by the Barton County Arts Council. This year, the exhibit of some of the best works from grades K-8 in Great Bend USD 428 has moved from the downtown Art Center to the museum, located just south of town on U.S. 281.
Karen Neuforth, executive director of the Arts Center and research coordinator at the Museum, said moving the exhibit has allowed sponsors ...

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