Cityscapes in Chicago, New York, and numerous other worldwide locations will be on display in the latest exhibition at the Beréskin Gallery & Art Academy, with the venue hosting Robert Reeves: Sounds of the City from February 23 through March 29 – a collection of paintings reflecting the hidden beauty in sights that millions of people likely view as everyday.

The principles of STEM – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – will be explored in phenomenally entertaining fashion via the latest guest in Quad City Arts' Visiting Artists series, with juggler and former Cirque du Soleil performer Greg Kennedy bringing his unique, jaw-dropping talents to Moline's Spotlight Theatre on February 28.

One of the Quad Cities' most eagerly anticipated sales events returns to Rock Island's QCCA Expo Center March 1 through 3, as Melting Pot Productions presents the 25th Annual Spring Antique Spectacular Vintage Market, allowing hunters of vintage goods an all-weekend opportunity to shop for a wide range of quality antiques.

An innovative and truly one-of-a-kind artist will delve into the intricacies of his artistic process during a February 28 presentation at the Figge Art Museum, as the Davenport venue hosts a special Artist Talk with New York's Kim Keever, the talent behind the museum's current exhibition Submerged in the Sublime: The Landscape Photography of Kim Keever.

Described by Music Taster's Choice as “one of the top 10 guitarists in the world,” the acclaimed blues rocker Anthony Gomes plays Davenport's Redstone Room on March 2 in support of his 2018 release Peace, Love, & Loud Guitars, demonstrating the talents that led BluesWax to name him its 2003 Artist of the Year and inspired music legend B.B. King to ask, “Where did that voice come from?”

Arguably the most famous symphonic composition in world history will be showcased in thrilling style on March 2 and 3, as the Quad City Symphony Orchestra brings its latest Masterworks presentation Beethoven's 5th Symphony to Davenport's Adler Theatre and Rock Island's Augustana College, with the events also boasting special performances by premier oboe player Dr. Andrew Parker.

On March 3, local stars of the stage will celebrate iconic stars of the screen when the Quad City Singers perform the musical salute Let's Go to the Movies!, with more than two dozen of the Quad Cities' finest vocalists bringing new life to beloved films ranging from Top Hat to The Way We Were to Disney's The Little Mermaid.

With Glide magazine calling him “a classic folk artist that somehow manages to never remain too predictable,” Nashville's folk and alt-country musician Rayland Baxter performs a Moeller Nights concert at East Moline venue The Rust Belt on March 6, his 2018 album Wide Awake described by Rolling Stone as “Baxter’s sharpest batch of social commentary” and “a 10-song rumination on the state of the country – or, as he puts it on the opening track, life in this 'Strange American Dream.'”

A genuine blues-rock legend who famously opened for B.B. King when he was only 12 years old, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joe Bonamassa plays Davenport's Adler Theatre on March 3, treating fans to the hard-driving talents that have resulted in chart-topping success, two Grammy Award nominations, and collaborations with some of blues music's most iconic performers.

A series of fractured fairytales that families can dance to will delight audiences from February 16 through 24, as Davenport Junior Theatre stages the area premiere of Aesop's Falables (A Rock Musical), a student-performed entertainment in which Aesop's familiar figures rebel against their stereotypes and teach valuable lessons along the way.