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Prehistoric Museum calls for exhibit artists


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The Prehistoric Museum will give area artists an opportunity to showcase their art in a professional gallery setting. The exhibition will run from Nov. 18 through Feb. 4, and is open to all Utah artists (amateur and professional) east of the Wasatch Front Range.

Entries will be accepted Nov. 12-16 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (museum is closed Sunday).

All media will be accepted, but limited to two pieces per artist (photography to be showcased in a separate exhibit

later in the year). Art previously exhibited at the Prehistoric Museum is ineligible for inclusion in the show. All flat art needs to be framed and wired for hanging or otherwise ready for display. Sculptures accepted subject to case size limitations and/or need for physical security.

The Prehistoric Museum reserves the right to reject, or remove from display, any submitted artwork deemed inappropriate or offensive. All art should be self-insured. While the Prehistoric Museum will take reasonable precautions to ensure the safety of the art while at the museum, it cannot be held financially responsible for damage or loss. Any art sold during the show will be subject to a 25 percent sales commission to the Prehistoric Museum.

Direct any questions to Lloyd Logan, (435) 613-5760 or Lloyd.Logan@usu.edu.

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