Swiss artist Loher, whose video installations combine performance art, music, and dance, returns to the Figge to discuss her latest work and its relation to current environmental issues, including a decline in pollinators.
September 'Sideshow' New Works by David Balluff at Rozz-Tox Local artist David Balluff will be exhibiting paintings and silkscreen prints at Rozz Tox in September, with an opening on September 8th, from 5-7pm.
For the first time, Quad City Arts and MidCoast Fine Arts have collaborated to produce a bi-state, regional art exhibition, with the works on display chosen from submissions sent from artists throughout a 250-mile radius of the Quad Cities.
In celebration of its new location on State Street, the Quad Cities venue will present an exhibition of the newest paintings Solon, Iowa-based artist Jeff Allen and gallery owner Pat Beréskin.
The design for the Hero Street Monument came to artist Sonny Soliz in a dream. Not simply as a concept, but, as he said in an interview, as a completed monument that looks exactly as he dreamed it.
The first gallery exhibition of the 2017-18 school year will feature three decades' worth of works by Crawford, who has concentrated on woodcuts and monotypes since earning a 1987 MA in Fine Art from Peoria's Bradley University.
Augustana College's first art exhibition of its 2017-18 school year finds dozens of contemporary artists and poets responding to the history of multiracial coalitions – including the Rainbow Coalition, the Young Patriots Organization, and the Black Panther Party – that have organized against racism, poverty, and oppression.
An associate professor of painting and drawing and the director of graduate studies at the University of Arkansas, acclaimed visual artist Musgnug explores both nature and the painting process in her latest touring exhibition of works on paper.
The final area festival of 2017's summer will commence in this inaugural celebration of music, film, comedy, and visual art, with performances and activities scheduled at 14 downtown-Davenport venues.
The River Cities’ Reader’s 2017 photo contest received more than 100 entries in four categories: “Uniquely Quad Cities,” “Reflection,” “Urban,” and “Rural.” Here are our winners and favorites.
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