The Salt Lake Organizing Committee has announced 10 grants to Utah museums as part of the Cultural Olympiad on Tour Exhibition program.

Here is a list of the grant winners, titles of the exhibitions and tentative exhibition dates.

Children's Music of Utah, Salt Lake City, "Song to the Creator: Traditional Arts of Native American Women of the Plateau," February 2002.

College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum, Price, "This Contest Is for Real Hands: Rodeo Photographs of the 1930s," Jan. 28-March 4, 2002.

Dan O'Laurie Canyon Country Museum, Moab, "Song to the Creator: Traditional Arts of Native American Women of the Plateau," March 2002.

Friends of the Salt Lake City Public Library, Salt Lake City, "Photography of the Old West," Jan. 28-Feb. 21, 2002.

Heritage Museum of Layton, Layton, "Something that a Cowboy Knows: a Photographic Essay," Feb. 3-March 10, 2002.

Museum of San Rafael, Castle Dale, "Artists of the American West," Feb. 3-March 10, 2002.

Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, Logan, "Enhancements: Hand-crafted Functional Objects," Jan. 6-March 16, 2002.

People Preserving Peteetneet, Payson, "Indian Artists of the Northwest," Feb. 1-March 1, 2002.

Treehouse Children's Museum, Ogden, "Heart and Hands: Musical Instrument Makers of America," March 2-April 28, 2002.

Weber State University Collett Art Gallery, Ogden, "Photography of Bruce Davidson," dates to be announced.

The grant program provides awards ranging from $1,200-$3,000 to museums and cultural institutions that have committed to bringing selected exhibitions to the state during the the time of the 2002 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. To qualify for a grant museums, galleries and other institutions from throughout Utah must match the award in cash or value-in-kind.