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Dixie College will open its 11th annual Robert N. and Peggy Sears Dixie Invitational Art Show Feb. 14 in the Graff Fine Arts Center. On Feb. 13, there will be a preview of the art at 4:30 and a reception and dinner following at 6:30. (For cost and reservations, contact Sharon Rawlings at 801-652-7793. The exhibit will will run through March 16. The exhibit will feature over 75 prominent artists from around the country.

- The Sandy Library will exhibit the charcoal drawings of Susan McKean through February. The drawings, in celebration of Black History Month, contain portraits of blacks.- Heidi Daynes Darley will display recent work in oil and watercolor at the Guthrie Building, 158 E. 200 South, on Feb. 20 and 21, 6-9 p.m. There will be live music and refreshments. Darley attended BYU and the U. of U. and is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth.

- Wasatch Elementary is hosting a traveling exhibition of the Utah Watercolor Society. The exhibit runs through Feb. 19 in the main hall of the school, 30 R. St., Salt Lake City. The exhibition is sponsored by the Utah Arts Council.

- The Scera Art Gallery, 745 S. State in Orem, will host an exhibition by Brian Thayne and Carole Thayne Warburton through February.

- The Hogle Zoo will sponsor, for the fifth year in a row, the art exhibition "World of the Wild" through April 10. The contest was open to all Utah artists.

WORKSHOPS AND LECTURES

- Randall Lake will continue his "The Ins and Outs of Making a Living From Your Art" lecture series this Thursday, Feb. 12. For more information and registration, 581-6463.

- Colleen Parker will present a slide lecture on the use of pastel over monotype on Wednesday, Feb. 11, 7:30 p.m., for the Pastel Society of Utah. The lecture will be at the Utah Gallery (Nelson Labs), 6280 S. Redwood. Admission is free.

- BYU's Museum of Art will feature guest lecturers Erika Doss and Martha Peacock at its Minerva Teichert Lecture Series on Thursday, Feb. 12, 7-8 p.m. in the lecture room of the museum. Admission is free, but reservations are required at the Fine Arts Ticket Office, 801-378-4322.