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The Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA) joined thousands of other arts institutions Tuesday in observing the 26th annual Day With(out) Art. The Museum offered visitors several opportunities to reflect on the ongoing effects of AIDS on the art world and society, including draping Cyrus Edwin Dallin's "The Scout" bronze sculpture in black cloth and the screening throughout the day of "Radiant Presence," a slide show of works by artists with HIV/AIDS.