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- OPENING THIS WEEK

- Sunday, April 16

Alvin Gittins Gallery (Art and Architecture Bldg., U. campus, 581-8677) - MFA graduate show featuring printmaking by Greg Roach through April 25.

- Wednesday, April 19

Central Utah Arts Center (80 N. Main, Ephraim, 283-5110/4195) - "Manti High School Student Art Show" through May 23.

Leftbank Gallery* (242 S. 200 West, 539-0343) - "Hallucinations Before Sleep," a mixed-media exhibition featuring works by Suzanne Simpson, Anthony Siciliano and Trent Biltoft through May 12.

- Friday, April 21

Finch Lane Gallery (54 Finch Lane, 596-5000) - Sculpture by Zach Hadlock, ceramics by Kathleen Royster and works on paper by Gregory Schulte through June 2. Opening reception, April 21, 6-9 p.m. in conjunction with Gallery Stroll.

- Southam Gallery (50 East Broadway, 322-0376) - Spring group show through May 31.

- Saturday, April 22

Anderson-Foothill Library (1135 S. 2100 East, 524-8278) - Oil paintings by J. L. Sloan, through May 26. Public reception Friday, April 28, 7-8 p.m.

- CONTINUING EXHIBITS

A Woman's Place Bookstore - Cottonwood (4835 S. Highland Drive

Cottonwood MallT, 278-9855) - Watercolors by Shirley Nelson, colored pencil by Holly Williams and earthenware bowls by Kathleen Reagan through May 28.

A Woman's Place Bookstore - Hidden Valley (Hidden Valley Mall, Draper, 576-8500) - Varied media by Stacee Clayton, to continue indefinitely.

A Woman's Place Bookstore - Foothill (1400 Foothill Drive, Foothill Village, 583-6431) - Photographs by Ruth Gier through April 23.

Ancient Future Gallery* (863 E. 900 South, 539-8777) - "Uncontrollably Contained," featuring vessels and handmade baskets by member artists through April.

Anderson-Foothill Library (1135 S. 2100 East, 524-8278) - Watercolors by Karen Sullivan through April 21.

Alpine Art (430 E. South Temple, 355-1155) - Large collection of LeConte Stewart plus works by Robert Barrett, Michael Bedard, Russel Case, Marian Dunn, Lynn Farrar, George Hanrahan, Fred Lyman, Rose Anne Peterson, Ian Ramsay, Kirk Randle, Miri Weible and James Wilson. Exhibit is ongoing.

Art Access Gallery* (339 W. Pierpont, 328-0703) - Installation, "No Sheep May Safely Graze," (about nuclear testing, bureaucracy and unintended consequences) by Anne Vin-sel through May 5.

Atrium Gallery (third floor, Salt Lake City Public Library) - "The Absent Iron Curtain: Images of Eastern Europe in Transition." Photographs by Mary Troutman through May 24.

C Gallery (466 S. 500 East, 359-8625) - "N is for Nelson: Joan's PX - Tickle the Funny Bone," work by Joan Nelson through June 4.

Color Litho Gallery (1055 S. 700 West, 972-1056) - Artwork by Al Rounds, Helen Paul, Kurt Randall and other artists. Upstairs gallery: Selections by Norman Rockwell and Charles M. Russell.

Dolores Chase Gallery* (260 S. 200 West, 328-2787) - "The Figure," featuring paintings and sculpture by Rita Lambros, Jon Rappelye, Neil Jussila, Linda Anderson, Judith Stewart and gallery regulars.

Frames, Inc. (4878 S. Highland Drive, 277-8401) - "Kindred-Kind," an exhibition of the works of Trevor Southey and David Smith-Harrison through April 22.

Glendinning Gallery (617 E. South Temple, 533-5895) - An exhibit of commissioned artwork in public buildings throughout the state through June 23.

Hogle Zoo Auditorium (2600 E. Sunnyside Ave., 582-1631) - The Second Annual Zoo Exhibition, "The World of the Wild," through April 16.

Holladay Library (2150 E. 4800 South, 943-4636, Ext. 334) - Oils by Carleen Logan through April. Also trout wood carvings by J. D. Pettegrew through May 31.

Meyer Gallery (305 Main, Park City, 649-8160) - Two-man show featuring the paintings of Michael Workman and Luke Frazier through April.

Museum of Church History and Art (45 N. West Temple, 240-2299) - "Sacred Connections: Native Art of the American Southwest," curated by senior museum curator Richard Oman, through Aug. 20, 1995. East Gallery: "Jesus Once Was a Little Child . . . ," an exhibit designed especially for children, through September 1995. Also, "Visions of Faith: Selections from Latter-day Saint International Art Competitions," which opened in January, will remain open for nearly a year, closing Jan. 7, 1996. Also, "The Lord's Supper," a special Easter season exhibit that includes a piece by Salvador Dali, through April 30.

Park Gallery (54 Finch Lane, 596-5000) - Works in ink, pencil, tempera, acrylic, oil and watercolor by Jack Whitaker through April 28.

Phillips Gallery* (444 E. 200 South, 364-8284) - "Laws of Nature" by Allen Bishop through May 12.

Repartee Gallery* (592 Main, Park City, 649-4514) - "Images of the Land," featuring the work of Steve Adams, Brad Aldridge, Marilee Campbell, Marinko Cetvei, Elva Malin, Robert Marshall, Dennis Smith and Andrew Watson through April.

Rio Grande Cafe (270 S. Rio Grande, 364-3302) - Paintings of Thomas Elmo Williams through April.

Salt Lake Art Center* (20 S. West Temple, 328-4201) - "Domestic Neon," sculpture by Montana artist Willem Volkersz, through April 27. Also, in the Upstairs gallery, A. F. Caldiero's "The Food that Fits the Hunger" through May 7.

Schorr Gallery - West Jordan City Hall (8000 S. Redwood Road, 569-5100) - Featuring the work of daughter and mother (Shirley Panting and Lorita Cardon Dymock) through April 27.

Tyler Library (315 Wood St., Midvale) - Oil paintings by Mona McGuire through April.

University of Utah Hospital Lobby - "Making a Good Impression," featuring prints - relief, intaglio, planographic, stencil and digital - and printmaking tools through July 10.

Utah Museum of Fine Art* (University of Utah, S. Campus Drive, 581-7332) - Paintings by Marion Stiebel Siciliano through May 7. Also, "Dreamkeepers: The Utah Opera Company," featuring costumes and set designs through May 21.

Williams Fine Art* (Main Lobby, Eagle Gate Plaza, 60 E. South Temple, 534-0331) - Works by Kent Wallis, Richard Murray, Al Rounds, Alvin Gittins and early Utah artists through April.

* Member, Salt Lake Art Dealers Association.

- OUTSIDE SALT LAKE CITY

Art Gallery (F303 Harris Fine Arts Center, BYU, Provo, 378-2881) - "Annual Student Show" through April 28.

Bountiful/Davis Art Center (2175 S. Main, Bountiful, 292-0367) - The 1995 Davis County High School Student Art Exhibit through April 21.

Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery (Southern Utah University, Cedar City, 586-5432) - Annual Cedar City Art Committee Exhibit through the April 28. Three of the participating artists are from Utah: Valerie Cohen and Bill Klein from Cedar City and Michael Pyler from Springdale. Also, ceramics by Brian Jensen through April 28.

Brigham City Museum-Gallery (24 N. 300 West, Brigham City, 723-6769) - "African Art: Matters of Life and Death" and "Navajo Children's Art: Make It Beautiful," Utah Arts Council traveling exhibits through April 27.

Central Utah Arts Center (80 N. Main, Ephraim, 283-5110/4195) - "Utah, the West and Imagination," featuring the work of Stan Elmer through April 18.

Eccles Community Art Center (2580 Jefferson Ave., Ogden, 392-6935) - "Interlacements," weavings by the Mary Meigs Atwater Weavers Guild of Utah and watercolors by J. Lynn Peterson through April 25. Also, watercolors pastels and Prismacolors by William A Lewis through April 28.

Kimball Art Center (638 Park Ave., Park City, 649-8882) - Main gallery: Exhibit by artists participating as instructors in the center's 1995 Summer Art Institute Series. Trevor Southey, Joan Grabow, Fred Wright, Royden Card and Jen Shurtliff are just some of the artists showing through May 5. Badami gallery: Handmade paper and collage by Joyce Blegen through May 5.

Museum of Art (Brigham Young University, North Campus Drive, Provo, 378-2787) - "To Be In This Country," featuring the paintings of V. Douglas Snow through April. Also, "American Musical Instruments from the Metropolitan Museum of Art," through Sept. 30; "150 Years of American Painting," artwork from BYU's permanent collection, on display through August 1999; "C.C.A. Christensen's Mormon Panorama," through September; and "Out of Print: Works by 25 Utah Artists," through September; "West Meets East: Folding Screens and Paintings" by Allen West through August, and an installation by world renowned artist Patrick Ireland, through the end of summer.

Myra Powell Gallery (Union Station, 2501 Wall Ave., Ogden, 629-8444) - Ceramic works by the Wasatch Front Potters through April.

Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art (650 N. 1100 East, Logan, 797-0163) - NEH Museum of Art (Utah State University, Logan, 750-1351) - Harrison Gallery: "Nora Eccles Harrison Ceramics Collection," through August.

Nicolaysen Art Museum (400 E. Collins Drive, Casper, Wyo., 235-5247) - Abstract paintings by Lynn Brooks Korn through May 21. Also, "Images of the Land: Works from the Nicolaysen Art Museum collection" through Aug. 27. Some of the artists exhibiting are Rodney Kerswill, Lyle Tayson, Conrad Schwiering, Kirk Randle, Rupert Conrad and Montana and Steve Naegle. "The Radiant Object: Self Taught Artists From the Volkersz Collection" through April 23.

St. George Art Museum (175 E. 200 North, St. George, 674-4256) - Watercolors of the Grand Canyon and Southern Utah by Allan J. Schulz through May 19.

Tippetts Gallery (Utah State University campus, 797-3460) - Student art show, featuring the disciplines of drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking and photography through April 20.

Weber State University (Ogden, 626-6445) - "Decent," a multimedia installation about time, genealogy and evolution by Beverly Penn and Jill Bedgood through April 21.

- CALL FOR ENTRIES

Salt Lake County has approved a program allocating $50,000 to stimulate small, community-based arts groups in the county. Funding comes from the TRCC (tourism, recreation, cultural and convention) fund. The committee will consider an organization's demonstrated need for support, ability to implement the project and evidence of intent to provide public service to citizens of Salt Lake County. Local arts councils and community-based organizations with budgets less than $100,000 are encouraged to apply for county grants. Applications are available from the Department of Community and Support Services, 2001 S. State, N4100. The deadline for submission is May 5 at 5 p.m. For more information contact Heather Montgomery at 468-3624.

Oil Painters of America announces that the "Mountain Regional Competition," open to Utah, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Nevada, will hang in the Kimball Art Center May 7-10. Slide entries due April 10. Actual painting entries due May 3. Juror will be Dr. Vern Swanson, Springville Museum of Art. For more information contact Linda Curley, 10292 Dimple Dale Rd., Sandy, UT 84092 or call 942-0289.

Artists age 50 and over are invited to submit paintings for the "Utah Images" art show. The exhibition, sponsored by Equitable Life & Casualty Insurance Company, will be held in conjunction with the "1995 Utah Arts Festival." Paintings selected for the show will be elligible for cash awards and will be exhibited during the arts festival. Artists may submit up to two paintings in any medium on a Utah theme. Paintings must be no larger than 36 by 50 inches and be suitably framed for hanging. Watercolors over 16 by 20 inches should be mounted with Plexiglas. Artist information, and if desired, the price should be firmly attached to the back of each submission. The artist is responsible for any insurance of his work. The expense of shipping and handling is also the artist's responsibility. All entries must be received by 4 p.m. June 9, at Equitable's home office, #3 Triad Center, Suite 200, Salt Lake City. Works will be judged by Bernadette Brown, Curator of Art and Education Services at the Utah Museum of Fine Art and Dorothy Greenland, Fine Arts Librarian, University of Utah Marriot Library.

The Utah Quilt Guild and the Springville Museum of Art announce a call for entries for the "Twenty-Second Annual Quilt Show '95." Open to all quilters in the United States, the participants may enter two quilts not previously entered and no more than three years old. To be eligible, quilts must meet the definition: "Two pieces of fabric that have been quilted together with fiber batting." Quilts may be representational or nonobjective in form. There is a nonrefundable entry fee of $7 for each quilt entered. Hand-delivered work should be brought to the museum in fabric bags with name and address on outside. Works shipped to the museum should be packed in a sturdy carton or box. Quilts will be accepted for judging between Wednesday, May 25, and Saturday, May 29. Quilts not properly prepared for hanging will be disqualified. For more information and an entry form contact Springville Museum of Art, 126 E. 400 South, Springville, UT 84663 or phone 489-2727.

1995 Asian Festival announces a call for entries for work incorporating the theme, "The Year of the Pig." Participants may submit up to one entry per category: literary (poetry, short stories and essays), visual art (two or three-dimensional of any media) and photography (black and white or color). Age categories are children (7-12), teens (13-18) and adult. All entries must be accompanied by an entry form available at the Asian Association of Utah, 21 E. 2100 South, Suite 102, Salt Lake City, UT 84115. Entries must be received on or before May 5. For more information, contact Jo-Ann, 237-2131; Allison, 486-5987; or Karen, 581-5206.

The Bountiful/Davis Art Center invites artists and fine arts and crafts organizations interested in presenting their work for exhibition during 1996 to apply. Artists should submit application, resume and up to 10 slides of work by Monday, May 15. All media are eligible. For an application and any additional information, contact the Bountiful/ Davis Art Center at 292-0367.