Arts & Culture

University of Dubuque Heritage Center

As the pandemic continues, the University of Dubuque announced that performances in the Heritage Center will be delayed until at least January. 

The Quad City Symphony Riverfront Pops concert will return to LeClaire Park on September 12th, under a slew of new health and safety rules.

COVID & the Arts: Live Theater Resumes ?

Jul 15, 2020

The first indoor live theater in the Quad-Cities since the coronavirus shutdown will be the spooky ghost story, “The Turn of the Screw,” opening Thursday (July 16) at downtown Moline’s Black Box Theatre.

COVID & the Arts: BHC ArtFusion Magazine

Jul 13, 2020
Black Hawk College

Creating art is typically a solitary activity. For Black Hawk College students this spring, it was more isolating than usual, as they worked together – while apart – to produce a 36-page art magazine.

Scribble: Liv Ryan

Jul 11, 2020

Because of COVID-19, Quad City Arts made changes to this summer’s Metro Arts program. 


Downtown Rock Island has now been added to the National Register of Historic Places. This morning, city officials held a celebration after two years of work.

On Midwest Week, after working on it for more than 40 years, a Davenport woman has published her first book - a history of one of this area's most important early settlers.

COVID & the Arts: Art Comforts the Bereaved

Jun 28, 2020
Trimble Pointe

Trimble Pointe in the Quad Cities is using art to provide comfort during grief, and to help celebrate life.