DAVENPORT, IOWA (June 28, 2021) — The West Davenport Arts Council, in conjunction with Metropolitan Community Church of the Quad Cities (MCC QC), is hosting an art exhibition for local artist Jen Hansen on the evening of Wednesday, June 30, 6-8PM. Light refreshments will be served. Jen's art is currently on display at MCC QC, located at 2930 Locust St in Davenport, through the end of July.

MUSCATINE, IOWA (June 21, 2021) — Visitors to the Muscatine Art Center have plenty to take in. Between the exhibitions in the Stanley Gallery, the period rooms in the historic house, and the changing galleries on the second floor of the house, an array of artwork is presented. Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray and Alterations: Tailored Solutions to Climate Change, on view this summer, have been previously highlighted.

ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (June 17, 2021) — Quad City Arts is excited to announce the full schedule of events for Chalk Art Fest in Schwiebert Park, downtown Rock Island, June 26-27.  


DAVENPORT, IOWA (June 9, 2021) — The Putnam Museum and Science Center will host a Gateway to Space Weekend on June 12-13. The event will feature the ISU FLEx, a mobile learning program including virtual reality, 3D printing, augmented reality and more!

MUSCATINE, IOWA (June 9, 2021) In December 2020, the Public Art Advisory Commission for the City of Muscatine announced two new public art projects — murals for retaining walls on Houser Street and concept design proposals for the area near the roundabout at Mulberry Avenue and Second Street.

ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (June 4, 2021) — Seven public sculptures in Bettendorf and two in Moline will be moving to other locations and replaced with new sculptures over the next 15 days, beginning Monday, June 7. Moline is adding two more sculptures this year, and the Geneseo Public Library will be leasing a sculpture for the first time.

MUSCATINE, IOWA (May 20, 2021) — On May 29, the Muscatine Art Center opens two crowd-pleasing exhibitions that are sure to engage and inspire local residents and visitors alike. “Alterations. tailored solutions to climate change,” an exhibition by artist and environmental educator Nancy Judd, features 15 sculptures that appear to be high-fashion couture but are actually made from garbage, litter, and objects found in nature.


Pale bill 16.5 x 5 x 5 ceramic by Megan Quinn


ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (April 22, 2021) — Quad City Arts is pleased to present the 5th annual Chalk Art Fest, live and in-person this summer!  While last year’s event went virtual with artists chalking up their driveways, porches, and sidewalks, we are thrilled to host this year’s event in the beautiful setting of Schwiebert Riverfront Park, in downtown Rock Island, directly across the street from Quad City Arts headquarters and gallery.