|CSU ‘Faces of Energy’ photo contest set|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Colorado has it all! Sun, wind, water, oil, gas, coal, minerals and a rich cultural history associated with energy production and use. To capture the state’s collective energy story, Colorado State University has launched a first-of-its-kind photo contest in preparation for a unique traveling exhibit.
Visually intriguing snapshots of energy extraction, generation, transmission, infrastructure, workers, consumption, conservation and more are encouraged.
Confirmed locations for the traveling exhibit include the new CSU Powerhouse Energy Campus in Fort Collins, the CSU Natural Gas Symposium in Denver, the newly refurbished Alliance Center in Denver and the John McConnell Math & Science Center in Grand Junction.
Other potential host venues abound and will be determined once photos have been selected for the exhibit.
Photos must include at least one person, although people do not have to be the focal point. Contestants must be prepared to submit a brief caption that explains the significance of the photo to themselves, their family, their community, the region, the state, the nation or the world.
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