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.
Presented by River Action, 822 East River Drive, Davenport IA
For the 18th consecutive year, River Action will host area tours for senior citizens that utilize existing riverfront trails, allowing participants to see and learn about beautiful area locales and landmarks from the front seat of covered golf carts.
Based in Little Rock, Arkansas, the touring musicians of Amasa Hines will perform a Moeller Nights concert steeped in the band's unique blend of soul, Afro-beat, psychedelic, blues, dub, and indie-rock stylings.
The Mississippi Valley Blues Society presents a special concert headlined by a two-time winner of the Blues Music Awards' “Best Instrumentalist – Bass” citation, as well as a Chicago-blues artist whom Downbeat magazine described as “a real crowd-pleaser.”
Codfish Hollow's annual two-day music festival will find its 2017 headliner performing sets as a solo artist and a band frontman, with folk-rock and Americana artist Nathaniel Rateliff gracing the Maquoketa-barn stage on both Friday and Saturday night.
The creator of Aerobics with Soul, a popular workout routine based on the tenets of African dance, author Maria Nhambu will share tales of her extraordinary life in a special Davenport library event, along with readings from her memoirs Africa's Child and the newly released America's Daughter.
Performing in support of her fourth album Chills & Fever, released this past spring, blues singer/songwriter/guitarist Samantha Fish returns to Davenport's Redstone Room in a stop on her nationwide September tour that takes the artist from Owensboro, Kentucky, to San Diego California.
Founded in 2015 by the Quad Cities Cybersecurity Alliance, the third-annual CornCon – an event designed to raise community awareness and provide business solutions for dealing with cybersecurity threats – will feature a September 8 workshop for business leaders and IT professionals, and a September 9 general conference boasting guest speakers, hands-on workshops, contests, and a vendor expo.
Based on the famed mystery writer's most successful novel – with more than 100 million copies sold and Publications International recognition as the seventh-best-selling title of all time – Agatha Christie's 1939 And Then There Were None was adapted by Christie herself into a 1943 West End stage hit, with its 1944 Broadway run lasting 426 performances.