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From Everywhere and Nowhere PDF Print E-mail
Art - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 15 March 2005 18:00
Hella is a band from Sacramento, California. But Zach Hill wants you to know that Hella is also a person. Sort of. Hella is “a musical thing that became a person unto itself,” Hill said. “There’s such an evolution.

Sophisticated and Fun Work Emerges from Mismatched Artists PDF Print E-mail
Art - Feature Stories
Written by Johanna Welzenbach-Hilliard   
Tuesday, 15 March 2005 18:00
When I walked into MidCoast Gallery West in Rock Island to see the current exhibit featuring works by B. Thomas Lytle and Steve Banks, my senses were bombarded. I was overwhelmed by the number and disparateness of pieces on display, and didn’t really know where to begin.

Rock Island Library Brings Back “A Whole Lotta Shakespeare” PDF Print E-mail
Art - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 15 March 2005 18:00
Editor’s note: This is the debut of a new feature in the River Cities’ Reader highlighting news, events, and other information about local libraries. • In celebration of William Shakespeare’s birthday, the Rock Island Public Library will present “A Whole Lotta Shakespeare Going On,” hosting many Shakespeare-related activities for the culture hound.

Embracing Diversity in the Visual Arts PDF Print E-mail
Art - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 24 August 2004 18:00
The skeleton is now covered in glass that sometimes looks green and sometimes looks blue, depending on the light. That skin matches the accents on Davenport’s new parking garages, and the building itself – while monumental – currently appears closer to that aesthetic than art – boxy and blank.

Father Edward M. Catich: World-Renowned Artist Gets His Due in His Own Backyard PDF Print E-mail
Art - Feature Stories
Written by Jodie Shagrin Kavensky   
Tuesday, 25 May 2004 18:00
Recently, at dinner with some Quad Cities politicians and lobbyists, I was asked to name the “best” local artists. Feeling put on the spot, I waxed regal about the subjectivity of art and how critical acclaim and commercial success are but two measures of artistic achievement.

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