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A Bountiful home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright will be open to the public Saturday, Oct. 1, and Sunday, Oct. 2, with guided tours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Lectures on the front lawn will be held at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. each day. Lecturers include Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, archivist for the FLW Foundation, Scottsdale, Ariz.; Peter Goss, architectural historian, U. of U.; and Jane and Don Stromquist, original owners of the home.

The home, Crystalwood, is located at 1289 E. Canyon Creek Drive, Bountiful. For details on how to get there, call 292-9332.A $5 donation (per person) is requested to benefit the Crystalwood Foundation and the Rocky Mountain Dancers, a nonprofit local folk-dance organization.

- Two top Utah artists are currently exhibiting at the Saguaro Gallery in Park City. Painter VaLoy Eaton and sculptor Edward J. Fraughton have collaborated on a two-man show that is nothing less than spectacular. It will continue through Oct. 1. The gallery is located at 314 Main, Park City. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call gallery owner David Lott, 801-645-7667.

- Twenty-one Utah artists will open their studios to the public on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 1 and 2, between the hours of 3-7 p.m. Participating artists include Ruth Hewlett, Rebecca Mann, Russell Case, Norma Forsberg, Nancy Lund, Pilar Pobil, Edie Roberson, Martha Klein Haley, Marian Dunn and Earl Jones; also Galena Perova, Ken Baxter, Woody Renzetti, Robert Hyde, Ian Ramsay, Al Rounds, Ed Maryon, Gary Collins, John Collins, Jossy Lownes and Linda Kohler Barnes.

Tickets, $10, are available at Reuel's Art and Frame, Apple Yard Art, Apple Frame Gallery (Bountiful), Art Editions, Dolores Chase Fine Art, Golden Braid Books, Phillips Gallery, Queen of Arts (Park City) and Rock Barn Gallery (Farmington). They can also be purchased at the studios during the tour. For details, call 942-2069.

Proceeds will be used to host a juried show for the Western Federation of Watercolor Artists.

- Colored Pencil Artists of Utah invites interested artists to attend a presentation by Alan Wood, who will demonstrate how to take professional-looking photographs of artwork for portfolios. The demonstration will be given at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the Senior Citizen's Center, 237 S. 1000 East. For details, call Blythe, 561-9215.

- Lectures, workshops, classes:

Sept. 23-25 (Entrada Institute, Torrey, Wayne County, 1-801-467-9994 or 425-3265) - "Autumn Colors on Boulder Mountain," photography workshop by Scott Smith and Francois Camoin. Open to advanced beginner and intermediate photographers. Cost: $95. Registration limited.

Friday, Sept. 30 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m., National Wildlife Museum, Jackson Hole, Wyo., 1-307-733-2007) - "Art, Politics and Place," a symposium comparing and contrasting the effects of Western art on public awareness of social and political issues of the 19th century with that in the 20th century.

Saturday, Oct. 8 (10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Garden Center) - Panda workshop instructed by Philip Ringwood. Members admitted free; nonmembers $6. Bring your own paints, brushes and paper. For details, call Ching Hai Painting Club, 225-6166.