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    The Seattle Asian Art Museum will hold a Mid Autumn Festival Sept. 29, noon-4 p.m. The event features storytelling, music, and crafts, and features the exhibition "Vietnamese Ceramics: A Separate Tradition." Call 654-3100.

   A photographic exhibit of the Wildlife of Juanita Bay Park is on display at the Kirkland Library through Sept. 30. It features work by W.E. Osborn, 78-year-old amateur wildlife photographer and park ranger. Call 820-6469.

   Over thirty wood engravings of rural people and villages of 1920s France, Italy, and Yugoslavia by the popular British-American artist Clare Leighton are on exhibit at Carolyn Staley Fine Prints in Seattle Oct. 4-Nov. 16. Call 621-1888.

   New works by printmakers from Sev Shoon Arts Center are featured at Anderson Glover Gallery in Kirkland through Oct. 6. Call 739-0303.

   Roger Shimomura: Paintings, Prints, Installation, and Performance, a multi-dimensional exhibition, is on display at the Bellevue Art Museum through Dec. 1. Call 454-3322.

   The Eastside Association of Fine Arts celebrates its twentieth year with its Annual Fall Members' Exhibition entitled "Autumn Splendor" at Bellevue's Meydenbauer Center Sept. 24-Oct. 29. Call 828-8592.

   Seattle Art Museum Rental/Sales Gallery presents New Abstraction, a mixed-media group show through Oct. 19. Call 625-8997.

   Art a la Carte, a lunchtime art program at the Seattle Art Museum, features conversations on art with mixed media artist Norie Sato Sept. 24, 12:15-1 p.m. Call 654-3124.

   <>i>Woven Legacies: Following Clothing from East Asia to Seattle, a textile exhibit, opens with a reception at the Wing Luke Asian Museum in Seattle Sept. 25 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Call 623-5124.

   Seafirst Gallery presents the Korean Artists Association of Washington State's sixth annual membership exhibition and student art awards through Nov. 8 at Columbia Seafirst Center. Call 585-3200.

   The Art Institute of Seattle presents Magic: The Gathering, an exhibit of original illustrations, through Oct. 10. Call 448-0900.

   A photography exhibit by Rebecca Loveless entitiled Making the Leap: Selections from the Island Series is on display at FrameWright Gallery in Bothell through Oct. 23. Call 483-7385.

   A new exhibition of native basketry and weaving from the Columbia River to Northwest Alaska opens Sept. 30 at the Seattle Art Museum. Call 654-3158.

   Local artist Debra Stuckgold's new work In the Realm Of Memory, a collection of mixed media drawings that memorialize the tragedies of humankind, is on display at the College Gallery on the main campus of Shoreline Community College Sept. 16-Oct. 15. Call 546-4774.

   Cornish College of the Arts 1996 Furniture and Light Exhibition features over 50 works by alumni, faculty, and students at the Anderson Glover Gallery in Kirkland Oct. 10-Nov. 10. A reception will be held on Oct. 10, 6-9 p.m. Call 739-0303.

   The Arts Council of Snohomish County presents The Art of Recycling through Nov. 7 at the Everett Center for the Arts. Call 259-0380.

   Recent paintings by Linda Hagemann are featured at Interior Art and Frame in Kirkland through Oct. 2. Call 827-5324.

   Lisa Clayton and Pier Giorgio Fiorentini will be the featured artists during September at Parkland Gallery in Kirkland. Call 827-1462.

   Works by artist Catherine Foster will be exhibited at the Bon Marche Gallery in Seattle through Oct. 31. Call 850-3792.

   The King County Art Gallery, located in the Smith Tower in downtown Seattle, will feature Striped Shorts, Spaceboys & Stuff through Sept. 27. Call 296-7580.

   Sculptures by Ross Brown will be on exhibit at the Anderson Glover Gallery in Kirkland through Oct. 6. Call 739-0303.

   Lakeshore Gallery in Kirkland will feature V.I.P.s, a celebration of love for pets, through Oct. 12. Call 827-0606.

   The Bellevue Public Library will exhibit Fahrenheit '96: Solid.Liquid.Solid, An International Fire Arts Symposium through October 4. Call 641-2954.

   The Seattle Asian Art Museum features Kesa, The Elegance of Japanese Monks' Robes through November 3.