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Art attractions

The Deseret News will have its 2001 landscape art show, "The Color of the Land," at the ZCMI Center on Thursday, Sept. 27 through Saturday, Sept. 29. For entry forms visit the paper's Website www.deseretnews.com/artshow/ or call 236-6060.

The Utah State Capitol is hosting the "2nd Annual Lieutenant Governor's Invitational Art Exhibition" through Oct. 8 in the Capitol Rotunda. Featured artists are painters Lee Udall Bennion and Earl Jones, sculptor Frank Riggs and printmaker Harry Taylor.

The Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, will host "Innovations and Continuities in Iranian Architecture from 1000 BC to 1000 AD," a lecture by David Stronach of the University of California/Berkeley on Thursday, Sept. 13, at 4:30 p.m. in room 127 AAC. The lecture is free to the public. On Friday, Sept. 14 at 6:30 p.m., Stronach will present another lecture, "Cyrus and Darius: New Light on the First Royal Architects of Achaemenid Iran," in the Utah Museum of Fine Arts auditorium.

The Museum of Art, Brigham Young University, will continue its popular Kid's Club Drawing Class for young artists. For more information on the classes offered and registration, call 378-8287.

The J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah, will host a panel discussion, "The Olympic Games: Legacy and Challenge," at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 12. Panelists include: Marlene Owens-Rankin, daughter of Jesse Owens; Marlon Shirley, Paralympic gold medalist; and Susan Bachrach, curator of "The Nazi Olympics, Berlin 1936." The discussion, which is held in conjunction with the exhibit, "The Nazi Olympics, Berlin 1936," is free and open to the public.