Art directors make wager on LSU-WVU game
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.- Art museum directors at West Virginia University and LSU have made a friendly wager on the outcome of their schools' upcoming meeting on the football field.
No. 3 LSU and No. 18 West Virginia will play in Morgantown on Sept. 24.
Each museum is offering the six-week loan of a work of art if their team loses.
LSU Museum of Art Executive Director Thomas Livesay is putting up a 19th-century silver tea set fashioned in New Orleans.
Joyce Ice, director of The Art Museum of WVU, is offering a Rockwell Kent oil painting focusing on coal's place in U.S. history.
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