ROCKC ISLAND, ILLINOIS (June 18, 2020) — From July 2-August 31, 2020, Quad City Arts Art @ the Airport presents Ralph Scott’sdigital paintings, Andrea Van Wyk’s oil paintings, and Terry Rathje’s sculptures.
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (June 10, 2020) — Six public sculptures in Bettendorf and four in Rock Island will be moving out and replaced with new ones over the next two weeks, starting tomorrow. Each city has elected to keep a sculpture from last years’ selection for another year. Quad City Arts has facilitated the leasing and installation of public sculpture in the Quad Cities since 2002.
BETTENDORF, IOWA (June 9, 2020) — After raising more than $500,000 through grants, corporate donors, private donors, and public sources; the Family Museum is ready to open the Luckey Climber presented by Genesis Birth Center to the public.
WATERLOO, IOWA (June 2, 2020) — Entries are now being accepted into the 2020 Capture the Heart of America photo contest.
From day-to-day life on the family farm to the ever-changing industry, agriculture has proven to be one of America's most compelling stories. Through the contest, photographers from across the country can share their own piece of this important story as they see it through their camera lens.
MUSCATINE, IOWA (May 28, 2020) — The opening of the exhibition, “Till Death: Wedding and Mourning Traditions,” has been anticipated by Muscatine Art Center insiders for the last few years. Now that the exhibition is the first on view following a closure of several months, staff hopes the stunning historic gowns will bring the return of visitors.
BETTENDORF, IOWA (May 21, 2020) — Beginning Friday, May 22, 2020, the Family Museum will once again open its doors to the public. New guidelines have been implemented to help ensure the health and safety of Museum staff and guests.
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (April 28, 2020) — Whatever artwork you have felt compelled to create during this time of uncertainty, Quad City Arts wants to share it with the public at a time when we hope to be able to gather socially again to celebrate the power of creativity.
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