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Bountiful/Davis Summerfest International 2010 is accepting applications for artist and food booths. The festival is Aug. 5-7; go to to apply. Those who send in applications before March 31 will receive a 10 percent "Early Bird Special" discount on booth fees. Artist booth fees are $135 and food booths are $235. For more information call 801-292-0367.

The fourth annual Bowls for Humanity will be held March 5 at Southworth Reception Hall, 116 W. Center, Provo. Pottery from local student and professional artists will be showcased and available for purchase. Soup and rolls from Marvelous Catering and the Food and Care Coalition's Chef Ken will be available for a nominal fee. Admission is free, and bowls can be purchased, with or without soup, ranging from $3 to $25 (801-360-0390).

The Utah Division of Arts & Museums' Public Art Program, in collaboration with Mountainland Applied Technology College and Division of Facilities Construction and Management, announces a call for artist qualifications for the creation of site-specific public art as part of the inaugural building on the new Mountainland Applied Technology College campus at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi. The deadline for receipt of letters of interest and qualifications is March 4 at 5 p.m. To apply, go online at For more information, go to or call 801-533-3585.

Art-O-Rama, sponsored by the Alliance for the Varied Arts, will run through March 5 at 35 W. 100 South, Logan. Forms for the public to vote on their favorite art will be available; an awards ceremony will be held March 6, 2 p.m.

Salt Lake City Arts Council invites Utah artists to apply for 2010-11 Finch Lane Gallery Exhibitions. Artists who wish to be considered must submit materials by March 15 to Salt Lake City Arts Council, 54 Finch Lane. There is no entry fee. For more information, go to or contact Kim Duffin at 801-596-5000.