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Provo: In August Provo’s Gallery OneTen announced that it is supsending its operations. Citing financial difficulties, director Ashley Christensen indicated that it would no longer be able to operate at its current location. She thanks the community for all the support the gallery has received and indicated that the board is still discussing “continuing projects, gatherings, shows, lectures and readings in the future, and the possibility of resurrecting Gallery 110.”

Park City: The Gallery MAR blog reports that the Park City Gallery Association will once again be turned over to the control of the local galleries. Since the Spring of 2006 the Association was spearheaded by Park City’s Kimball Art Center. “From what I have been able to discern, with this new organization, the Kimball Art Center will be a part of the stroll and Association, but there will not be a charge for the stroll (previously $7) paid to the Kimball,” Maren Bargreen writes on her blog. “This means more responsibility, time and effort for the galleries, but also more say in the organization and operations of the Association.”

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