The Children's Art Festival will take place Friday, June 7, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on the northwest lawn of the Springville Museum of Art, 126 E. 400 South, Springville. Part of the 1996 Art City Days, the festival will offer such activities as caligraphy, face painting, story telling, collage painting, interpretive dance, cubism art and a collective papier mache sculpture. Admission is free.
- Four Utah sculptors have been chosen to show their work in "Feats of Clay IX," a national ceramics exhibition at Lincoln Arts, 540 F Street, Lincoln, Calif. The artists are Steven Frederick of Sandy, Jason Hess and Robert Johnson of Logan and Maryann Webster of Salt Lake City. The exhibition runs through June 15. For more information call Lincoln Arts at 1-916-645-9713.- The Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper, Wyo., will exhibit the Jan Perry Mayer Collection of Works on Paper, through July 27. The collection contains work by artists such as Milton Avery, Charles De-muth and William T. Wiley. For more information, contact the museum at 1-307-235-0923.
- The Intermountain Society of Artist has announced the winners of their annual spring show. They are Ruth Hewlett, Mona McGuire, Lynda Nelson, Linda Curley, Benton Patten, Steve Sheffield, Josephine Platt, Nancy Carlston, Elayna Clegg, Wayne Glaus, Keith Hubbard and Kathryn Burnham.
Workshops, lectures and classes
- The Kimball Art Center will present a photography workshop, "Alternative Photography," by Laurel Caryn June 10-14. Tuition is $250, and the materials fee is $30. (Two hours of college credit is available for another $50.) The workshop will explore nontraditional printing methods: the cyanotype, the van dyke and others. Caryn is a professor at the University of Utah.
- The Ceramics Guild at the Utah State University will present a workshop, "Wheel-thrown and Altered Forms," by Mary Law, studio potter from Berkeley, Calif., Saturday, June 1, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and Sunday, June 2, 12-4 p.m. in the USU Ceramics Studio. For more information, call 797-3566.