Have you voiced your opinion yet on which Utahns Salt Lake Tribune editorial cartoonist Pat Bagley should include in a wall-size mural he’ll create at The Leonardo this month?
If not, you have until May 11 to complete the poll associated with this blog post or available here.
Bagley, a finalist for this year’s Pulitzer Prize in editorial cartooning, is the May artist in residence at The Leonardo’s Lab @Leo.
He’s setting up a temporary studio in the art lab where he’ll work on the mural starting the week of May 11, leaving time each day he’s in the lab for patrons to drop by, watch him work and ask questions.
The list Bagley put together for the poll includes notable Utahns through history, both "saints and sinners," he said.
He asks participants to choose 10 from the list, then watch progress on the mural to see whether those they choose come to life.
Tribune staffers will chronicle the mural’s creation with photos and video. Details are still being worked out for a public unveiling at the end of May.
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