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-Sunshine Terrace Foundation, a non-profit health-care corporation in Logan, will host another art auction this year to raise funds for the foundation. Set for Saturday, Oct. 28, at Sherwood Hills Resort, the auction will also include a buffet dinner, music and dancing.

Art has been donated by many artists with regional and national reputations. They include photographs by Ruth Bernhard and prints by Joseph Mugniani, paintings by Gaell Lindstrom, ceramics by Susan Harris, and wildlife art by Jim Morgan. Some of the other artists donating works include Jenni Christensen, Glen and Barbara Edwards, Larry Elsner, Moishe Smith, Ed Taggart, Twain Tippetts and Adrian Van Suchtelen.Social hour will begin at 6 p.m., followed by a silent auction from 6 to 8 p.m. and a buffet dinner of prime rib, ham, shrimp, potatoes au gratin, salads and desserts from 7 to 8:30 p.m. A live art auction, called by auctioneer Dean Parker, will follow.

Tickets ($25 per person) can be obtained by writing Sunshine Terrace Foundation, P.O. Box 3207, Logan, UT 84321, or phoning Sara Sinclair at l-752-0411.

-Bruce H. Smith, an associate professor of art at Brigham Young University, is exhibiting recent paintings in the Secured Gallery, Harris Fine Arts Center, BYU.

Canning jars, cabbage and cloth are among the objects the artist painted for this show. He titles it "Does the Organism Reflect the Psyche?"

Smith, who has been teaching at BYU for 11 years, said, "There is a really strong feeling and concept in our society that nothing you see is real. I'm saying (in my paintings) there is a significance in the appearance of things."

The show continues at BYU through Nov. 17. There is no cost to view this exhibit.

-The Visiting Artist Series at Utah State University will begin its 1989-90 series with a lecture by Clinton Adams, internationally known painter, printmaker, critic and historian from Albuquerque, N.M. He will introduce the entire series at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 23, in the Laval S. Morris Auditorium (FAV 150) of the Chase Fine Arts Center. The lecture is free and open to the public. For details, call 750-1395.

-A faculty art exhibit by members of Utah State University's Art Department opens Friday, Oct. 27, in the Tippetts Exhibit Hall, Chase Fine Art Center. Works by all USU faculty members will be displayed.

"The faculty show is a nice way to start the year," said faculty member Alice Brown-Wagner. "Students have a lot of questions about our work and it's nice to let them see what we do outside the classroom. Producing art is our research."

A reception has been set for Friday, Oct. 27, from 7 to 9 p.m. It is open to the public. The show will remain in the gallery through Nov. 10. Gallery hours vary. For the fall schedule, call 750-3460.

-The Salt Lake Art Center has just received a generous gift of $13,000 from the George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Foundation. It will be used to fund the three current exhibits celebrating the 150th anniversary of photography. The foundation has also supported other major exhibitions at the art center over the past five years.

Allison South, SLAC director, said, "This commitment to the visual arts in Utah is exemplary. The Salt Lake Art Center is proud to receive the foundation's ongoing support."

-Lectures, workshops, etc.

Tuesday, Oct. 24, 7 p.m. Salt Lake Art Center (328-4201) - Films "Duane Michals (1939-1997)" and "Surrealism." Part of the SLAC's Photographic Film Series.

Wednesday, Oct. 25, noon, Salt Lake Art Center (328-4201) - Lecture by photographer Michelle Lowry. Part of weekly "Art-Lunch" lecture series.

Tuesday, Oct. 31, 7 p.m., Salt Lake Art Center - Photographic Film Series featuring films "Nathan Lyons" and "A.D. Coleman."

Wednesday, Nov. 1, noon, Salt Lake Art Center (328-4201) - Lecture by photographic artist Laurel Mabey. Part of "Art-Lunch" lecture series.

-Richard P. Christenson