ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (November 2, 2023) — The Moline Public Art Commission (MPAC) recently commissioned the largest mural project in the City of Moline, and quite possibly the Quad Cities. This mural project has garnered a lot of coverage from local media, and has started a great conversation around public art, which we LOVE!

ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (September 22, 2023) — Tickets are now available online for concerts from featured artists in residence with the Quad City Arts’ Visiting Artist Series.

Six of the artists in residence for the 2023-2024 season will give public performances as part of the newly branded “Quad City Arts Presents” concert series. The artists performing in concert are as follows:

ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (August 11, 2023) — A keystone program of Quad City Arts, this nationally-recognized residency program brings professional performing artists directly to schools to do outreach performances that might otherwise be out of reach. Featuring artists from different artistic and cultural backgrounds, these performances inspire, uplift, educate, and transform a student’s academic, social, and emotional well-being.

ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (May 2, 2023) — It’s that time of year again when you can maximize the impact you can have on arts and culture in our community by making a donation to Quad City Arts through Birdies for Charity!

ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (October 11, 2022) — Move over pumpkin spice, it’s almost time for some peppermint mocha! Celebrating 37 years of holiday magic, all your favorite special events are back at the Kwik Star Festival of Trees, including the FREE holiday parade on Saturday, November 19, 10AM, in downtown Davenport.

With over 150 designer displays, five special events and fun-filled attractions, there is something for everyone!

ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (October 4, 2022) — We know it’s “spooky season,” but we have some exciting news about Festival of Trees.

ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (December 15, 2021) — Quad City Arts is pleased to announce Arts Dollars grants for the 2022 cycle. Applications are welcome from individual artists, K-12 schools, and non-profit organizations partnering with artists. All art forms are eligible. Since 1990, Quad City Arts has supported the local art community by awarding more than $1,000,000 in grants to local artists, non-profit organizations, and schools.

ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (August 16, 2021) — Quad City Arts’ Visiting Artist Series is so excited to present nine artists from across the US for in-person outreach activities for students.