The Bountiful/Davis Art Center has moved to its new home at 745 S. Main in Bountiful. The newly remodeled art center has three class rooms equipped with state of the art facilities. The art center will open classes on Tuesday, Oct. 7, and will run classes through Nov. 20. Norma Forsberg, Diane Turner, Rose Ann Peterson, Merrily Kulmer and Lester Lee will be the teachers. For time of classes and fees, call the BDAC at 292-0367.
- The Utah Watercolor Society will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 7:30 p.m. in the Salt Lake County Commission Chambers, 2100 S. State. Darol Allred, watercolorist from Snow College will be the guest speaker.- Artspace Institute of Art and Imagination is having an exhibition of student work at the U.S. Bank, 107 S. Main, Salt Lake City. The exhibit opens Thursday, Oct. 9, and will run through Oct. 24.
WORKSHOPS AND LECTURES
- Oleg Grabar, a professor at the institute of Advanced Studies at Princeton, will present a free lecture, "The Subject-Matter of Persian Painting," on Friday, Oct. 10, 6:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium on the U. campus. The lecture is part of the fourth Reza Ali Khazeni Memorial Lectures. Grabar will also present a lecture on "The Architecture of Isfahan," on Thursday, Oct. 9, 4:30 p.m. in room 127 in the Graduate School of Architecture.
- The Division of Continuing Education, University of Utah, will sponsor "Drawing With the Masters," art classes for grades 5-9, Thursdays, Oct. 2-23, 3:30-5 p.m. at the Utah Museum of Fine Art. For further information and to register, phone U. Youth Education at 581-6984.
- Jane Haworth will continue her workshop classes at the Sundance resort through January. Group rates and classes are available. For more information, call 801-225-4107.
- Katherine Nelson, a former Salt Lake resident, will present a free lecture and slide presentation on her latest book, "Night Fishing: A Woman's Dream Journey." The lecture will be at the Salt Lake Art Center on Wednesday, Oct. 8, at 7 p.m. As an author and an illustrator, Nelson will discuss her work as a matter of self-discovery. For more information, call the SLAC at 328-4201.