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Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection

thru Oct. 9; culled from CRMA’s collection of works created after 1950, the exhibit explores the potential of abstraction in the hands of post-World War II artists; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot

theu Sept. 4; the artist will create an ephemeral tonal landscape of color and light by casting thousands of threads across the span of the Figge’s fourth-floor gallery; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits

thru Dec. 30; seeking artists for temporary displays of 2 to 3 months to allow a full range of our public to see and appreciate the artwork; there is no fee to display and no commission on any works purchased; there are spaces next to each display area for artists to show contact information; as this is not retail space, we do not allow prices on the works themselves; all proposed shows need to be primarily 2D artwork; there is limited availability of 3D art display space; the main show is in our central “Blue Wall” area ( 30' long), and Gallery Hallway Cases (2x 7'wide x 9' tall x 18" deep) that space is for 2-D work only; we also accept proposals for two artists or small group shows; contact David Zahn at dzahnkoi@yahoo.com for more information and to submit sample images. Event Title: Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits. Venue: Moline Public Library. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Moline Public Library. For more info visit molinelibrary.com.

Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery

thru Dec. 31; Quad City Arts features the work of emerging artists who have 10-20 canvases or framed pieces of art to exhibit in our Second Avenue Window Gallery for 6-8 weeks; sculpture is also welcome; all artists will be featured with their own page on our website during the exhibit; to apply, click to add your contact information, tell us about yourself (how you decided to express yourself visually) and tell us about your artwork (subject matter, medium, size range and inspiration.); submit 5 clear images of your artwork; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery. Venue: Quad City Arts Center. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Quad City Arts Center. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

College Invitational 2022

thru Aug. 28; students to be included in this exhibition hail from eight area colleges and universities, including Augustana College, Black Hawk College, Clinton Community College, Knox College, Monmouth College, Scott Community College, St. Ambrose University, and Western Illinois University; art professors from each of the participating colleges were tasked with selecting the top works from their school to include in this year’s exhibit; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: College Invitational 2022. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Decolonial Intervention

thru July 9, 2023; Mexican/Latinx multidisciplinary artist Tlisza Jaurique will use her inherited indigenous upbringing and aesthetics to create an intervention surrounding the Figge’s Spanish Vice Regal collection; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Decolonial Intervention. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades

thru Oct. 30; paintings, drawings, ceramics, assemblages, constructions, games, and puppets were all part of Pinney’s repertoire; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way

thru Aug. 28; Drewelowe was born in New Hampton, Iowa, and became the first person to receive a master of arts degree from the University of Iowa in 1924; she spent most of her adult life in Boulder, Colorado, where she was a passionate and prolific painter; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist

thru Aug. 22; the exhibit explores the work, life, and career of the 19nth-century American artist who has been credited with being one of the first artists from this country to adopt Impressionism and to nurture its acceptance in the United States; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens

thru Aug. 29; exhibit of  colorful image-packed paintings, tables, and sculptures by Mahar from Rock Island, IL, and paintings of people enjoying the seaside by Steffens from Wapella, IL; $1 for parking; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens. Venue: Quad City International Airport Gallery. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Quad City International Airport Gallery. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time

thru Sept. 11; painter William Havlicek's poetic eulogy to Iowa’s seasonal changes, ochre harvests, russet woods and silent streams; Tue. Wed. & Fri. 10am-5pm, Thu.10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-5pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Event Title: The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting

thru Apr. 30; the exhibit gives insight into our country’s past through the work of revered American artists including Thomas Cole, Severin Roesen, Albert Bierstadt, and John Frederick Kensett; drawn from the collection of the Warner Foundation, the paintings range from bountiful still-lifes to awe-inspiring landscapes and reflect 19th-century society and culture. Ideas surrounding national pride, agricultural growth, the rise of the middle class, and westward expansion will be explored through these paintings and show how understanding our past is integral to moving forward; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union

thru Sept. 11; the first two-person exhibition of their work explores the potential relationships that exist between them; noon to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday; noon to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday; 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Urban Exposure: The American City Scene

drawn entirely from the Figge’s collection, Urban Exposure, showcases a compelling array of twentieth and twenty-first century artwork exploring the human condition within the urban American scene; through these diverse views of city life, this exhibition asks us to recognize the experiences we share and what it means to live and work in America; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Urban Exposure: The American City Scene. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Where Children Sleep: Photographs by James Mollison

thru Aug. 21; this revealing series of photographs shares the diverse stories of children in many different countries; each studio-style portrait is accompanied by a detailed study of the child’s “bedroom,” which can range from elaborate sanctuaries to the barest spaces set aside for sleep; an Historic House exhibition; Tue.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Thu. 10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-4pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits

Calls For Entry thru Dec. 30; seeking artists for temporary displays of 2 to 3 months to allow a full range of our public to see and appreciate the artwork; there is no fee to display and no commission on any works purchased; there are spaces next to each display area for artists to show contact information; as this is not retail space, we do not allow prices on the works themselves; all proposed shows need to be primarily 2D artwork; there is limited availability of 3D art display space; the main show is in our central “Blue Wall” area ( 30' long), and Gallery Hallway Cases (2x 7'wide x 9' tall x 18" deep) that space is for 2-D work only; we also accept proposals for two artists or small group shows; contact David Zahn at dzahnkoi@yahoo.com for more information and to submit sample images. Event Title: Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits. Venue: Moline Public Library. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Moline Public Library. For more info visit molinelibrary.com.

Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery

Calls For Entry thru Dec. 31; Quad City Arts features the work of emerging artists who have 10-20 canvases or framed pieces of art to exhibit in our Second Avenue Window Gallery for 6-8 weeks; sculpture is also welcome; all artists will be featured with their own page on our website during the exhibit; to apply, click to add your contact information, tell us about yourself (how you decided to express yourself visually) and tell us about your artwork (subject matter, medium, size range and inspiration.); submit 5 clear images of your artwork; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery. Venue: Quad City Arts Center. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Quad City Arts Center. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Oct. 9; culled from CRMA’s collection of works created after 1950, the exhibit explores the potential of abstraction in the hands of post-World War II artists; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows theu Sept. 4; the artist will create an ephemeral tonal landscape of color and light by casting thousands of threads across the span of the Figge’s fourth-floor gallery; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Art in Roman Life

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec 31; over 50 works, including coins, glass vessels, ceramic lamps, marble sculptures, and more; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Beyond the Prairie: Midwestern Art from the Collection

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; exhibit showcases the work of artists inspired by life in Iowa and surrounding states; longtime museum favorites share gallery space with contemporary artworks, highlighting the great diversity and creativity present in the CRMA collection and the Midwest; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

College Invitational 2022

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 28; students to be included in this exhibition hail from eight area colleges and universities, including Augustana College, Black Hawk College, Clinton Community College, Knox College, Monmouth College, Scott Community College, St. Ambrose University, and Western Illinois University; art professors from each of the participating colleges were tasked with selecting the top works from their school to include in this year’s exhibit; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: College Invitational 2022. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Decolonial Intervention

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru July 9, 2023; Mexican/Latinx multidisciplinary artist Tlisza Jaurique will use her inherited indigenous upbringing and aesthetics to create an intervention surrounding the Figge’s Spanish Vice Regal collection; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Decolonial Intervention. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Oct. 30; paintings, drawings, ceramics, assemblages, constructions, games, and puppets were all part of Pinney’s repertoire; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 28; Drewelowe was born in New Hampton, Iowa, and became the first person to receive a master of arts degree from the University of Iowa in 1924; she spent most of her adult life in Boulder, Colorado, where she was a passionate and prolific painter; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Grant Wood: From Farm Boy to American Icon

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; the installation reflects the depth of the CRMA’s Grant Wood collection as well as the great breadth of Woods’ career; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 22; the exhibit explores the work, life, and career of the 19nth-century American artist who has been credited with being one of the first artists from this country to adopt Impressionism and to nurture its acceptance in the United States; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 29; exhibit of  colorful image-packed paintings, tables, and sculptures by Mahar from Rock Island, IL, and paintings of people enjoying the seaside by Steffens from Wapella, IL; $1 for parking; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens. Venue: Quad City International Airport Gallery. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Quad City International Airport Gallery. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

Marvin Cone: An American Vision

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; a single-gallery exhibition that serves as an introductory overview of Cone’s lengthy and prolific artistic career; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Mauricio Lasansky: Master Printmaker

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec 31; artistic takes on the venerated Iowa City artist and his works; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Sept. 11; painter William Havlicek's poetic eulogy to Iowa’s seasonal changes, ochre harvests, russet woods and silent streams; Tue. Wed. & Fri. 10am-5pm, Thu.10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-5pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Event Title: The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Apr. 30; the exhibit gives insight into our country’s past through the work of revered American artists including Thomas Cole, Severin Roesen, Albert Bierstadt, and John Frederick Kensett; drawn from the collection of the Warner Foundation, the paintings range from bountiful still-lifes to awe-inspiring landscapes and reflect 19th-century society and culture. Ideas surrounding national pride, agricultural growth, the rise of the middle class, and westward expansion will be explored through these paintings and show how understanding our past is integral to moving forward; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Sept. 11; the first two-person exhibition of their work explores the potential relationships that exist between them; noon to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday; noon to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday; 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Urban Exposure: The American City Scene

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows drawn entirely from the Figge’s collection, Urban Exposure, showcases a compelling array of twentieth and twenty-first century artwork exploring the human condition within the urban American scene; through these diverse views of city life, this exhibition asks us to recognize the experiences we share and what it means to live and work in America; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Urban Exposure: The American City Scene. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Where Children Sleep: Photographs by James Mollison

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 21; this revealing series of photographs shares the diverse stories of children in many different countries; each studio-style portrait is accompanied by a detailed study of the child’s “bedroom,” which can range from elaborate sanctuaries to the barest spaces set aside for sleep; an Historic House exhibition; Tue.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Thu. 10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-4pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

Craft-Tea

crafters aged 16 and up are invited to bring your own crafts and socialize with other crafters; we'll provide the tea; for information, call 563-344-4175. Event Title: Craft-Tea. Venue: Bettendorf Public Library. Tuesday, August 16, 2022, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM. Bettendorf Public Library. For more info visit www.bettendorflibrary.com.

Craft-Tea

VISUAL ART Openings/Gallery Events crafters aged 16 and up are invited to bring your own crafts and socialize with other crafters; we'll provide the tea; for information, call 563-344-4175. Event Title: Craft-Tea. Venue: Bettendorf Public Library. Tuesday, August 16, 2022, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM. Bettendorf Public Library. For more info visit www.bettendorflibrary.com.

Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection

thru Oct. 9; culled from CRMA’s collection of works created after 1950, the exhibit explores the potential of abstraction in the hands of post-World War II artists; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot

theu Sept. 4; the artist will create an ephemeral tonal landscape of color and light by casting thousands of threads across the span of the Figge’s fourth-floor gallery; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits

thru Dec. 30; seeking artists for temporary displays of 2 to 3 months to allow a full range of our public to see and appreciate the artwork; there is no fee to display and no commission on any works purchased; there are spaces next to each display area for artists to show contact information; as this is not retail space, we do not allow prices on the works themselves; all proposed shows need to be primarily 2D artwork; there is limited availability of 3D art display space; the main show is in our central “Blue Wall” area ( 30' long), and Gallery Hallway Cases (2x 7'wide x 9' tall x 18" deep) that space is for 2-D work only; we also accept proposals for two artists or small group shows; contact David Zahn at dzahnkoi@yahoo.com for more information and to submit sample images. Event Title: Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits. Venue: Moline Public Library. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Moline Public Library. For more info visit molinelibrary.com.

Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery

thru Dec. 31; Quad City Arts features the work of emerging artists who have 10-20 canvases or framed pieces of art to exhibit in our Second Avenue Window Gallery for 6-8 weeks; sculpture is also welcome; all artists will be featured with their own page on our website during the exhibit; to apply, click to add your contact information, tell us about yourself (how you decided to express yourself visually) and tell us about your artwork (subject matter, medium, size range and inspiration.); submit 5 clear images of your artwork; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery. Venue: Quad City Arts Center. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Quad City Arts Center. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

College Invitational 2022

thru Aug. 28; students to be included in this exhibition hail from eight area colleges and universities, including Augustana College, Black Hawk College, Clinton Community College, Knox College, Monmouth College, Scott Community College, St. Ambrose University, and Western Illinois University; art professors from each of the participating colleges were tasked with selecting the top works from their school to include in this year’s exhibit; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: College Invitational 2022. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Decolonial Intervention

thru July 9, 2023; Mexican/Latinx multidisciplinary artist Tlisza Jaurique will use her inherited indigenous upbringing and aesthetics to create an intervention surrounding the Figge’s Spanish Vice Regal collection; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Decolonial Intervention. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades

thru Oct. 30; paintings, drawings, ceramics, assemblages, constructions, games, and puppets were all part of Pinney’s repertoire; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way

thru Aug. 28; Drewelowe was born in New Hampton, Iowa, and became the first person to receive a master of arts degree from the University of Iowa in 1924; she spent most of her adult life in Boulder, Colorado, where she was a passionate and prolific painter; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist

thru Aug. 22; the exhibit explores the work, life, and career of the 19nth-century American artist who has been credited with being one of the first artists from this country to adopt Impressionism and to nurture its acceptance in the United States; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens

thru Aug. 29; exhibit of  colorful image-packed paintings, tables, and sculptures by Mahar from Rock Island, IL, and paintings of people enjoying the seaside by Steffens from Wapella, IL; $1 for parking; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens. Venue: Quad City International Airport Gallery. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Quad City International Airport Gallery. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time

thru Sept. 11; painter William Havlicek's poetic eulogy to Iowa’s seasonal changes, ochre harvests, russet woods and silent streams; Tue. Wed. & Fri. 10am-5pm, Thu.10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-5pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Event Title: The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting

thru Apr. 30; the exhibit gives insight into our country’s past through the work of revered American artists including Thomas Cole, Severin Roesen, Albert Bierstadt, and John Frederick Kensett; drawn from the collection of the Warner Foundation, the paintings range from bountiful still-lifes to awe-inspiring landscapes and reflect 19th-century society and culture. Ideas surrounding national pride, agricultural growth, the rise of the middle class, and westward expansion will be explored through these paintings and show how understanding our past is integral to moving forward; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union

thru Sept. 11; the first two-person exhibition of their work explores the potential relationships that exist between them; noon to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday; noon to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday; 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Urban Exposure: The American City Scene

drawn entirely from the Figge’s collection, Urban Exposure, showcases a compelling array of twentieth and twenty-first century artwork exploring the human condition within the urban American scene; through these diverse views of city life, this exhibition asks us to recognize the experiences we share and what it means to live and work in America; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Urban Exposure: The American City Scene. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Where Children Sleep: Photographs by James Mollison

thru Aug. 21; this revealing series of photographs shares the diverse stories of children in many different countries; each studio-style portrait is accompanied by a detailed study of the child’s “bedroom,” which can range from elaborate sanctuaries to the barest spaces set aside for sleep; an Historic House exhibition; Tue.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Thu. 10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-4pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits

Calls For Entry thru Dec. 30; seeking artists for temporary displays of 2 to 3 months to allow a full range of our public to see and appreciate the artwork; there is no fee to display and no commission on any works purchased; there are spaces next to each display area for artists to show contact information; as this is not retail space, we do not allow prices on the works themselves; all proposed shows need to be primarily 2D artwork; there is limited availability of 3D art display space; the main show is in our central “Blue Wall” area ( 30' long), and Gallery Hallway Cases (2x 7'wide x 9' tall x 18" deep) that space is for 2-D work only; we also accept proposals for two artists or small group shows; contact David Zahn at dzahnkoi@yahoo.com for more information and to submit sample images. Event Title: Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits. Venue: Moline Public Library. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Moline Public Library. For more info visit molinelibrary.com.

Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery

Calls For Entry thru Dec. 31; Quad City Arts features the work of emerging artists who have 10-20 canvases or framed pieces of art to exhibit in our Second Avenue Window Gallery for 6-8 weeks; sculpture is also welcome; all artists will be featured with their own page on our website during the exhibit; to apply, click to add your contact information, tell us about yourself (how you decided to express yourself visually) and tell us about your artwork (subject matter, medium, size range and inspiration.); submit 5 clear images of your artwork; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery. Venue: Quad City Arts Center. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Quad City Arts Center. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Oct. 9; culled from CRMA’s collection of works created after 1950, the exhibit explores the potential of abstraction in the hands of post-World War II artists; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows theu Sept. 4; the artist will create an ephemeral tonal landscape of color and light by casting thousands of threads across the span of the Figge’s fourth-floor gallery; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Art in Roman Life

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec 31; over 50 works, including coins, glass vessels, ceramic lamps, marble sculptures, and more; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Beyond the Prairie: Midwestern Art from the Collection

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; exhibit showcases the work of artists inspired by life in Iowa and surrounding states; longtime museum favorites share gallery space with contemporary artworks, highlighting the great diversity and creativity present in the CRMA collection and the Midwest; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

College Invitational 2022

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 28; students to be included in this exhibition hail from eight area colleges and universities, including Augustana College, Black Hawk College, Clinton Community College, Knox College, Monmouth College, Scott Community College, St. Ambrose University, and Western Illinois University; art professors from each of the participating colleges were tasked with selecting the top works from their school to include in this year’s exhibit; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: College Invitational 2022. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Decolonial Intervention

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru July 9, 2023; Mexican/Latinx multidisciplinary artist Tlisza Jaurique will use her inherited indigenous upbringing and aesthetics to create an intervention surrounding the Figge’s Spanish Vice Regal collection; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Decolonial Intervention. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Oct. 30; paintings, drawings, ceramics, assemblages, constructions, games, and puppets were all part of Pinney’s repertoire; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 28; Drewelowe was born in New Hampton, Iowa, and became the first person to receive a master of arts degree from the University of Iowa in 1924; she spent most of her adult life in Boulder, Colorado, where she was a passionate and prolific painter; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Grant Wood: From Farm Boy to American Icon

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; the installation reflects the depth of the CRMA’s Grant Wood collection as well as the great breadth of Woods’ career; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 22; the exhibit explores the work, life, and career of the 19nth-century American artist who has been credited with being one of the first artists from this country to adopt Impressionism and to nurture its acceptance in the United States; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 29; exhibit of  colorful image-packed paintings, tables, and sculptures by Mahar from Rock Island, IL, and paintings of people enjoying the seaside by Steffens from Wapella, IL; $1 for parking; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens. Venue: Quad City International Airport Gallery. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Quad City International Airport Gallery. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

Marvin Cone: An American Vision

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; a single-gallery exhibition that serves as an introductory overview of Cone’s lengthy and prolific artistic career; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Mauricio Lasansky: Master Printmaker

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec 31; artistic takes on the venerated Iowa City artist and his works; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Sept. 11; painter William Havlicek's poetic eulogy to Iowa’s seasonal changes, ochre harvests, russet woods and silent streams; Tue. Wed. & Fri. 10am-5pm, Thu.10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-5pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Event Title: The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Apr. 30; the exhibit gives insight into our country’s past through the work of revered American artists including Thomas Cole, Severin Roesen, Albert Bierstadt, and John Frederick Kensett; drawn from the collection of the Warner Foundation, the paintings range from bountiful still-lifes to awe-inspiring landscapes and reflect 19th-century society and culture. Ideas surrounding national pride, agricultural growth, the rise of the middle class, and westward expansion will be explored through these paintings and show how understanding our past is integral to moving forward; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Sept. 11; the first two-person exhibition of their work explores the potential relationships that exist between them; noon to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday; noon to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday; 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Urban Exposure: The American City Scene

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows drawn entirely from the Figge’s collection, Urban Exposure, showcases a compelling array of twentieth and twenty-first century artwork exploring the human condition within the urban American scene; through these diverse views of city life, this exhibition asks us to recognize the experiences we share and what it means to live and work in America; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Urban Exposure: The American City Scene. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Where Children Sleep: Photographs by James Mollison

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 21; this revealing series of photographs shares the diverse stories of children in many different countries; each studio-style portrait is accompanied by a detailed study of the child’s “bedroom,” which can range from elaborate sanctuaries to the barest spaces set aside for sleep; an Historic House exhibition; Tue.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Thu. 10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-4pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

Stitching & More

on all Wednesdays but the 2nd Wednesdays of the month; work on your crafts and projects while visiting with friends; for information, call 309-523-3440. Event Title: Stitching & More. Venue: River Valley District Library. Wednesday, August 17, 2022, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM. River Valley District Library. For more info visit rivervalleylibrary.org.

Stitching & More

Classes on all Wednesdays but the 2nd Wednesdays of the month; work on your crafts and projects while visiting with friends; for information, call 309-523-3440. Event Title: Stitching & More. Venue: River Valley District Library. Wednesday, August 17, 2022, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM. River Valley District Library. For more info visit rivervalleylibrary.org.

Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection

thru Oct. 9; culled from CRMA’s collection of works created after 1950, the exhibit explores the potential of abstraction in the hands of post-World War II artists; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot

theu Sept. 4; the artist will create an ephemeral tonal landscape of color and light by casting thousands of threads across the span of the Figge’s fourth-floor gallery; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits

thru Dec. 30; seeking artists for temporary displays of 2 to 3 months to allow a full range of our public to see and appreciate the artwork; there is no fee to display and no commission on any works purchased; there are spaces next to each display area for artists to show contact information; as this is not retail space, we do not allow prices on the works themselves; all proposed shows need to be primarily 2D artwork; there is limited availability of 3D art display space; the main show is in our central “Blue Wall” area ( 30' long), and Gallery Hallway Cases (2x 7'wide x 9' tall x 18" deep) that space is for 2-D work only; we also accept proposals for two artists or small group shows; contact David Zahn at dzahnkoi@yahoo.com for more information and to submit sample images. Event Title: Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits. Venue: Moline Public Library. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Moline Public Library. For more info visit molinelibrary.com.

Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery

thru Dec. 31; Quad City Arts features the work of emerging artists who have 10-20 canvases or framed pieces of art to exhibit in our Second Avenue Window Gallery for 6-8 weeks; sculpture is also welcome; all artists will be featured with their own page on our website during the exhibit; to apply, click to add your contact information, tell us about yourself (how you decided to express yourself visually) and tell us about your artwork (subject matter, medium, size range and inspiration.); submit 5 clear images of your artwork; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery. Venue: Quad City Arts Center. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Quad City Arts Center. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

College Invitational 2022

thru Aug. 28; students to be included in this exhibition hail from eight area colleges and universities, including Augustana College, Black Hawk College, Clinton Community College, Knox College, Monmouth College, Scott Community College, St. Ambrose University, and Western Illinois University; art professors from each of the participating colleges were tasked with selecting the top works from their school to include in this year’s exhibit; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: College Invitational 2022. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Decolonial Intervention

thru July 9, 2023; Mexican/Latinx multidisciplinary artist Tlisza Jaurique will use her inherited indigenous upbringing and aesthetics to create an intervention surrounding the Figge’s Spanish Vice Regal collection; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Decolonial Intervention. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades

thru Oct. 30; paintings, drawings, ceramics, assemblages, constructions, games, and puppets were all part of Pinney’s repertoire; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way

thru Aug. 28; Drewelowe was born in New Hampton, Iowa, and became the first person to receive a master of arts degree from the University of Iowa in 1924; she spent most of her adult life in Boulder, Colorado, where she was a passionate and prolific painter; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist

thru Aug. 22; the exhibit explores the work, life, and career of the 19nth-century American artist who has been credited with being one of the first artists from this country to adopt Impressionism and to nurture its acceptance in the United States; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens

thru Aug. 29; exhibit of  colorful image-packed paintings, tables, and sculptures by Mahar from Rock Island, IL, and paintings of people enjoying the seaside by Steffens from Wapella, IL; $1 for parking; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens. Venue: Quad City International Airport Gallery. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Quad City International Airport Gallery. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time

thru Sept. 11; painter William Havlicek's poetic eulogy to Iowa’s seasonal changes, ochre harvests, russet woods and silent streams; Tue. Wed. & Fri. 10am-5pm, Thu.10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-5pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Event Title: The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting

thru Apr. 30; the exhibit gives insight into our country’s past through the work of revered American artists including Thomas Cole, Severin Roesen, Albert Bierstadt, and John Frederick Kensett; drawn from the collection of the Warner Foundation, the paintings range from bountiful still-lifes to awe-inspiring landscapes and reflect 19th-century society and culture. Ideas surrounding national pride, agricultural growth, the rise of the middle class, and westward expansion will be explored through these paintings and show how understanding our past is integral to moving forward; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union

thru Sept. 11; the first two-person exhibition of their work explores the potential relationships that exist between them; noon to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday; noon to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday; 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Urban Exposure: The American City Scene

drawn entirely from the Figge’s collection, Urban Exposure, showcases a compelling array of twentieth and twenty-first century artwork exploring the human condition within the urban American scene; through these diverse views of city life, this exhibition asks us to recognize the experiences we share and what it means to live and work in America; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Urban Exposure: The American City Scene. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Where Children Sleep: Photographs by James Mollison

thru Aug. 21; this revealing series of photographs shares the diverse stories of children in many different countries; each studio-style portrait is accompanied by a detailed study of the child’s “bedroom,” which can range from elaborate sanctuaries to the barest spaces set aside for sleep; an Historic House exhibition; Tue.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Thu. 10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-4pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits

Calls For Entry thru Dec. 30; seeking artists for temporary displays of 2 to 3 months to allow a full range of our public to see and appreciate the artwork; there is no fee to display and no commission on any works purchased; there are spaces next to each display area for artists to show contact information; as this is not retail space, we do not allow prices on the works themselves; all proposed shows need to be primarily 2D artwork; there is limited availability of 3D art display space; the main show is in our central “Blue Wall” area ( 30' long), and Gallery Hallway Cases (2x 7'wide x 9' tall x 18" deep) that space is for 2-D work only; we also accept proposals for two artists or small group shows; contact David Zahn at dzahnkoi@yahoo.com for more information and to submit sample images. Event Title: Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits. Venue: Moline Public Library. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Moline Public Library. For more info visit molinelibrary.com.

Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery

Calls For Entry thru Dec. 31; Quad City Arts features the work of emerging artists who have 10-20 canvases or framed pieces of art to exhibit in our Second Avenue Window Gallery for 6-8 weeks; sculpture is also welcome; all artists will be featured with their own page on our website during the exhibit; to apply, click to add your contact information, tell us about yourself (how you decided to express yourself visually) and tell us about your artwork (subject matter, medium, size range and inspiration.); submit 5 clear images of your artwork; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery. Venue: Quad City Arts Center. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Quad City Arts Center. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Oct. 9; culled from CRMA’s collection of works created after 1950, the exhibit explores the potential of abstraction in the hands of post-World War II artists; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows theu Sept. 4; the artist will create an ephemeral tonal landscape of color and light by casting thousands of threads across the span of the Figge’s fourth-floor gallery; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Art in Roman Life

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec 31; over 50 works, including coins, glass vessels, ceramic lamps, marble sculptures, and more; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Beyond the Prairie: Midwestern Art from the Collection

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; exhibit showcases the work of artists inspired by life in Iowa and surrounding states; longtime museum favorites share gallery space with contemporary artworks, highlighting the great diversity and creativity present in the CRMA collection and the Midwest; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

College Invitational 2022

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 28; students to be included in this exhibition hail from eight area colleges and universities, including Augustana College, Black Hawk College, Clinton Community College, Knox College, Monmouth College, Scott Community College, St. Ambrose University, and Western Illinois University; art professors from each of the participating colleges were tasked with selecting the top works from their school to include in this year’s exhibit; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: College Invitational 2022. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Decolonial Intervention

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru July 9, 2023; Mexican/Latinx multidisciplinary artist Tlisza Jaurique will use her inherited indigenous upbringing and aesthetics to create an intervention surrounding the Figge’s Spanish Vice Regal collection; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Decolonial Intervention. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Oct. 30; paintings, drawings, ceramics, assemblages, constructions, games, and puppets were all part of Pinney’s repertoire; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 28; Drewelowe was born in New Hampton, Iowa, and became the first person to receive a master of arts degree from the University of Iowa in 1924; she spent most of her adult life in Boulder, Colorado, where she was a passionate and prolific painter; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Grant Wood: From Farm Boy to American Icon

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; the installation reflects the depth of the CRMA’s Grant Wood collection as well as the great breadth of Woods’ career; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 22; the exhibit explores the work, life, and career of the 19nth-century American artist who has been credited with being one of the first artists from this country to adopt Impressionism and to nurture its acceptance in the United States; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 29; exhibit of  colorful image-packed paintings, tables, and sculptures by Mahar from Rock Island, IL, and paintings of people enjoying the seaside by Steffens from Wapella, IL; $1 for parking; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens. Venue: Quad City International Airport Gallery. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Quad City International Airport Gallery. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

Marvin Cone: An American Vision

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; a single-gallery exhibition that serves as an introductory overview of Cone’s lengthy and prolific artistic career; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Mauricio Lasansky: Master Printmaker

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec 31; artistic takes on the venerated Iowa City artist and his works; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Sept. 11; painter William Havlicek's poetic eulogy to Iowa’s seasonal changes, ochre harvests, russet woods and silent streams; Tue. Wed. & Fri. 10am-5pm, Thu.10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-5pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Event Title: The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Apr. 30; the exhibit gives insight into our country’s past through the work of revered American artists including Thomas Cole, Severin Roesen, Albert Bierstadt, and John Frederick Kensett; drawn from the collection of the Warner Foundation, the paintings range from bountiful still-lifes to awe-inspiring landscapes and reflect 19th-century society and culture. Ideas surrounding national pride, agricultural growth, the rise of the middle class, and westward expansion will be explored through these paintings and show how understanding our past is integral to moving forward; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Sept. 11; the first two-person exhibition of their work explores the potential relationships that exist between them; noon to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday; noon to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday; 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Urban Exposure: The American City Scene

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows drawn entirely from the Figge’s collection, Urban Exposure, showcases a compelling array of twentieth and twenty-first century artwork exploring the human condition within the urban American scene; through these diverse views of city life, this exhibition asks us to recognize the experiences we share and what it means to live and work in America; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Urban Exposure: The American City Scene. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Where Children Sleep: Photographs by James Mollison

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 21; this revealing series of photographs shares the diverse stories of children in many different countries; each studio-style portrait is accompanied by a detailed study of the child’s “bedroom,” which can range from elaborate sanctuaries to the barest spaces set aside for sleep; an Historic House exhibition; Tue.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Thu. 10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-4pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

Artist Talk: LaToya Hobbs

Hobbs' artwork "The Everyday" was acquired for the permanent collection earlier this year; free; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Artist Talk: LaToya Hobbs. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Thursdays at the Figge

weekly programs featuring artists, curators, scholars, and community partners to explore creativity in all forms; free; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Thursdays at the Figge. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Artist Talk: LaToya Hobbs

VISUAL ART Openings/Gallery Events Hobbs' artwork "The Everyday" was acquired for the permanent collection earlier this year; free; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Artist Talk: LaToya Hobbs. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Thursdays at the Figge

VISUAL ART Openings/Gallery Events weekly programs featuring artists, curators, scholars, and community partners to explore creativity in all forms; free; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Thursdays at the Figge. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Thursday, August 18, 2022, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection

thru Oct. 9; culled from CRMA’s collection of works created after 1950, the exhibit explores the potential of abstraction in the hands of post-World War II artists; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Friday, August 19, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot

theu Sept. 4; the artist will create an ephemeral tonal landscape of color and light by casting thousands of threads across the span of the Figge’s fourth-floor gallery; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits

thru Dec. 30; seeking artists for temporary displays of 2 to 3 months to allow a full range of our public to see and appreciate the artwork; there is no fee to display and no commission on any works purchased; there are spaces next to each display area for artists to show contact information; as this is not retail space, we do not allow prices on the works themselves; all proposed shows need to be primarily 2D artwork; there is limited availability of 3D art display space; the main show is in our central “Blue Wall” area ( 30' long), and Gallery Hallway Cases (2x 7'wide x 9' tall x 18" deep) that space is for 2-D work only; we also accept proposals for two artists or small group shows; contact David Zahn at dzahnkoi@yahoo.com for more information and to submit sample images. Event Title: Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits. Venue: Moline Public Library. Friday, August 19, 2022. Moline Public Library. For more info visit molinelibrary.com.

Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery

thru Dec. 31; Quad City Arts features the work of emerging artists who have 10-20 canvases or framed pieces of art to exhibit in our Second Avenue Window Gallery for 6-8 weeks; sculpture is also welcome; all artists will be featured with their own page on our website during the exhibit; to apply, click to add your contact information, tell us about yourself (how you decided to express yourself visually) and tell us about your artwork (subject matter, medium, size range and inspiration.); submit 5 clear images of your artwork; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery. Venue: Quad City Arts Center. Friday, August 19, 2022. Quad City Arts Center. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

College Invitational 2022

thru Aug. 28; students to be included in this exhibition hail from eight area colleges and universities, including Augustana College, Black Hawk College, Clinton Community College, Knox College, Monmouth College, Scott Community College, St. Ambrose University, and Western Illinois University; art professors from each of the participating colleges were tasked with selecting the top works from their school to include in this year’s exhibit; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: College Invitational 2022. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Decolonial Intervention

thru July 9, 2023; Mexican/Latinx multidisciplinary artist Tlisza Jaurique will use her inherited indigenous upbringing and aesthetics to create an intervention surrounding the Figge’s Spanish Vice Regal collection; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Decolonial Intervention. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades

thru Oct. 30; paintings, drawings, ceramics, assemblages, constructions, games, and puppets were all part of Pinney’s repertoire; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Friday, August 19, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way

thru Aug. 28; Drewelowe was born in New Hampton, Iowa, and became the first person to receive a master of arts degree from the University of Iowa in 1924; she spent most of her adult life in Boulder, Colorado, where she was a passionate and prolific painter; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Friday, August 19, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist

thru Aug. 22; the exhibit explores the work, life, and career of the 19nth-century American artist who has been credited with being one of the first artists from this country to adopt Impressionism and to nurture its acceptance in the United States; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens

thru Aug. 29; exhibit of  colorful image-packed paintings, tables, and sculptures by Mahar from Rock Island, IL, and paintings of people enjoying the seaside by Steffens from Wapella, IL; $1 for parking; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens. Venue: Quad City International Airport Gallery. Friday, August 19, 2022. Quad City International Airport Gallery. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time

thru Sept. 11; painter William Havlicek's poetic eulogy to Iowa’s seasonal changes, ochre harvests, russet woods and silent streams; Tue. Wed. & Fri. 10am-5pm, Thu.10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-5pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Event Title: The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Friday, August 19, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting

thru Apr. 30; the exhibit gives insight into our country’s past through the work of revered American artists including Thomas Cole, Severin Roesen, Albert Bierstadt, and John Frederick Kensett; drawn from the collection of the Warner Foundation, the paintings range from bountiful still-lifes to awe-inspiring landscapes and reflect 19th-century society and culture. Ideas surrounding national pride, agricultural growth, the rise of the middle class, and westward expansion will be explored through these paintings and show how understanding our past is integral to moving forward; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union

thru Sept. 11; the first two-person exhibition of their work explores the potential relationships that exist between them; noon to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday; noon to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday; 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Friday, August 19, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Urban Exposure: The American City Scene

drawn entirely from the Figge’s collection, Urban Exposure, showcases a compelling array of twentieth and twenty-first century artwork exploring the human condition within the urban American scene; through these diverse views of city life, this exhibition asks us to recognize the experiences we share and what it means to live and work in America; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Urban Exposure: The American City Scene. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Where Children Sleep: Photographs by James Mollison

thru Aug. 21; this revealing series of photographs shares the diverse stories of children in many different countries; each studio-style portrait is accompanied by a detailed study of the child’s “bedroom,” which can range from elaborate sanctuaries to the barest spaces set aside for sleep; an Historic House exhibition; Tue.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Thu. 10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-4pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Friday, August 19, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits

Calls For Entry thru Dec. 30; seeking artists for temporary displays of 2 to 3 months to allow a full range of our public to see and appreciate the artwork; there is no fee to display and no commission on any works purchased; there are spaces next to each display area for artists to show contact information; as this is not retail space, we do not allow prices on the works themselves; all proposed shows need to be primarily 2D artwork; there is limited availability of 3D art display space; the main show is in our central “Blue Wall” area ( 30' long), and Gallery Hallway Cases (2x 7'wide x 9' tall x 18" deep) that space is for 2-D work only; we also accept proposals for two artists or small group shows; contact David Zahn at dzahnkoi@yahoo.com for more information and to submit sample images. Event Title: Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits. Venue: Moline Public Library. Friday, August 19, 2022. Moline Public Library. For more info visit molinelibrary.com.

Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery

Calls For Entry thru Dec. 31; Quad City Arts features the work of emerging artists who have 10-20 canvases or framed pieces of art to exhibit in our Second Avenue Window Gallery for 6-8 weeks; sculpture is also welcome; all artists will be featured with their own page on our website during the exhibit; to apply, click to add your contact information, tell us about yourself (how you decided to express yourself visually) and tell us about your artwork (subject matter, medium, size range and inspiration.); submit 5 clear images of your artwork; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery. Venue: Quad City Arts Center. Friday, August 19, 2022. Quad City Arts Center. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Oct. 9; culled from CRMA’s collection of works created after 1950, the exhibit explores the potential of abstraction in the hands of post-World War II artists; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Friday, August 19, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows theu Sept. 4; the artist will create an ephemeral tonal landscape of color and light by casting thousands of threads across the span of the Figge’s fourth-floor gallery; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Art in Roman Life

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec 31; over 50 works, including coins, glass vessels, ceramic lamps, marble sculptures, and more; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Friday, August 19, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Beyond the Prairie: Midwestern Art from the Collection

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; exhibit showcases the work of artists inspired by life in Iowa and surrounding states; longtime museum favorites share gallery space with contemporary artworks, highlighting the great diversity and creativity present in the CRMA collection and the Midwest; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Friday, August 19, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

College Invitational 2022

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 28; students to be included in this exhibition hail from eight area colleges and universities, including Augustana College, Black Hawk College, Clinton Community College, Knox College, Monmouth College, Scott Community College, St. Ambrose University, and Western Illinois University; art professors from each of the participating colleges were tasked with selecting the top works from their school to include in this year’s exhibit; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: College Invitational 2022. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Decolonial Intervention

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru July 9, 2023; Mexican/Latinx multidisciplinary artist Tlisza Jaurique will use her inherited indigenous upbringing and aesthetics to create an intervention surrounding the Figge’s Spanish Vice Regal collection; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Decolonial Intervention. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Oct. 30; paintings, drawings, ceramics, assemblages, constructions, games, and puppets were all part of Pinney’s repertoire; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Friday, August 19, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 28; Drewelowe was born in New Hampton, Iowa, and became the first person to receive a master of arts degree from the University of Iowa in 1924; she spent most of her adult life in Boulder, Colorado, where she was a passionate and prolific painter; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Friday, August 19, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Grant Wood: From Farm Boy to American Icon

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; the installation reflects the depth of the CRMA’s Grant Wood collection as well as the great breadth of Woods’ career; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Friday, August 19, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 22; the exhibit explores the work, life, and career of the 19nth-century American artist who has been credited with being one of the first artists from this country to adopt Impressionism and to nurture its acceptance in the United States; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 29; exhibit of  colorful image-packed paintings, tables, and sculptures by Mahar from Rock Island, IL, and paintings of people enjoying the seaside by Steffens from Wapella, IL; $1 for parking; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens. Venue: Quad City International Airport Gallery. Friday, August 19, 2022. Quad City International Airport Gallery. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

Marvin Cone: An American Vision

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; a single-gallery exhibition that serves as an introductory overview of Cone’s lengthy and prolific artistic career; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Friday, August 19, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Mauricio Lasansky: Master Printmaker

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec 31; artistic takes on the venerated Iowa City artist and his works; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Friday, August 19, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Sept. 11; painter William Havlicek's poetic eulogy to Iowa’s seasonal changes, ochre harvests, russet woods and silent streams; Tue. Wed. & Fri. 10am-5pm, Thu.10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-5pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Event Title: The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Friday, August 19, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Apr. 30; the exhibit gives insight into our country’s past through the work of revered American artists including Thomas Cole, Severin Roesen, Albert Bierstadt, and John Frederick Kensett; drawn from the collection of the Warner Foundation, the paintings range from bountiful still-lifes to awe-inspiring landscapes and reflect 19th-century society and culture. Ideas surrounding national pride, agricultural growth, the rise of the middle class, and westward expansion will be explored through these paintings and show how understanding our past is integral to moving forward; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Sept. 11; the first two-person exhibition of their work explores the potential relationships that exist between them; noon to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday; noon to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday; 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Friday, August 19, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Urban Exposure: The American City Scene

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows drawn entirely from the Figge’s collection, Urban Exposure, showcases a compelling array of twentieth and twenty-first century artwork exploring the human condition within the urban American scene; through these diverse views of city life, this exhibition asks us to recognize the experiences we share and what it means to live and work in America; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Urban Exposure: The American City Scene. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Where Children Sleep: Photographs by James Mollison

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 21; this revealing series of photographs shares the diverse stories of children in many different countries; each studio-style portrait is accompanied by a detailed study of the child’s “bedroom,” which can range from elaborate sanctuaries to the barest spaces set aside for sleep; an Historic House exhibition; Tue.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Thu. 10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-4pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Friday, August 19, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

Figure Drawing

with instructors Peter Xiao and Paul Lange; learn figure drawing by practicing your skills and adapting to change in these facilitated classes; bring your own supplies; all non-toxic and non-photographic media are welcome; $15; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Figure Drawing. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Figure Drawing

Classes with instructors Peter Xiao and Paul Lange; learn figure drawing by practicing your skills and adapting to change in these facilitated classes; bring your own supplies; all non-toxic and non-photographic media are welcome; $15; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Figure Drawing. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Friday, August 19, 2022, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection

thru Oct. 9; culled from CRMA’s collection of works created after 1950, the exhibit explores the potential of abstraction in the hands of post-World War II artists; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot

theu Sept. 4; the artist will create an ephemeral tonal landscape of color and light by casting thousands of threads across the span of the Figge’s fourth-floor gallery; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits

thru Dec. 30; seeking artists for temporary displays of 2 to 3 months to allow a full range of our public to see and appreciate the artwork; there is no fee to display and no commission on any works purchased; there are spaces next to each display area for artists to show contact information; as this is not retail space, we do not allow prices on the works themselves; all proposed shows need to be primarily 2D artwork; there is limited availability of 3D art display space; the main show is in our central “Blue Wall” area ( 30' long), and Gallery Hallway Cases (2x 7'wide x 9' tall x 18" deep) that space is for 2-D work only; we also accept proposals for two artists or small group shows; contact David Zahn at dzahnkoi@yahoo.com for more information and to submit sample images. Event Title: Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits. Venue: Moline Public Library. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Moline Public Library. For more info visit molinelibrary.com.

Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery

thru Dec. 31; Quad City Arts features the work of emerging artists who have 10-20 canvases or framed pieces of art to exhibit in our Second Avenue Window Gallery for 6-8 weeks; sculpture is also welcome; all artists will be featured with their own page on our website during the exhibit; to apply, click to add your contact information, tell us about yourself (how you decided to express yourself visually) and tell us about your artwork (subject matter, medium, size range and inspiration.); submit 5 clear images of your artwork; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery. Venue: Quad City Arts Center. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Quad City Arts Center. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

College Invitational 2022

thru Aug. 28; students to be included in this exhibition hail from eight area colleges and universities, including Augustana College, Black Hawk College, Clinton Community College, Knox College, Monmouth College, Scott Community College, St. Ambrose University, and Western Illinois University; art professors from each of the participating colleges were tasked with selecting the top works from their school to include in this year’s exhibit; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: College Invitational 2022. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Decolonial Intervention

thru July 9, 2023; Mexican/Latinx multidisciplinary artist Tlisza Jaurique will use her inherited indigenous upbringing and aesthetics to create an intervention surrounding the Figge’s Spanish Vice Regal collection; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Decolonial Intervention. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades

thru Oct. 30; paintings, drawings, ceramics, assemblages, constructions, games, and puppets were all part of Pinney’s repertoire; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way

thru Aug. 28; Drewelowe was born in New Hampton, Iowa, and became the first person to receive a master of arts degree from the University of Iowa in 1924; she spent most of her adult life in Boulder, Colorado, where she was a passionate and prolific painter; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist

thru Aug. 22; the exhibit explores the work, life, and career of the 19nth-century American artist who has been credited with being one of the first artists from this country to adopt Impressionism and to nurture its acceptance in the United States; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens

thru Aug. 29; exhibit of  colorful image-packed paintings, tables, and sculptures by Mahar from Rock Island, IL, and paintings of people enjoying the seaside by Steffens from Wapella, IL; $1 for parking; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens. Venue: Quad City International Airport Gallery. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Quad City International Airport Gallery. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time

thru Sept. 11; painter William Havlicek's poetic eulogy to Iowa’s seasonal changes, ochre harvests, russet woods and silent streams; Tue. Wed. & Fri. 10am-5pm, Thu.10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-5pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Event Title: The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting

thru Apr. 30; the exhibit gives insight into our country’s past through the work of revered American artists including Thomas Cole, Severin Roesen, Albert Bierstadt, and John Frederick Kensett; drawn from the collection of the Warner Foundation, the paintings range from bountiful still-lifes to awe-inspiring landscapes and reflect 19th-century society and culture. Ideas surrounding national pride, agricultural growth, the rise of the middle class, and westward expansion will be explored through these paintings and show how understanding our past is integral to moving forward; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union

thru Sept. 11; the first two-person exhibition of their work explores the potential relationships that exist between them; noon to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday; noon to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday; 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Urban Exposure: The American City Scene

drawn entirely from the Figge’s collection, Urban Exposure, showcases a compelling array of twentieth and twenty-first century artwork exploring the human condition within the urban American scene; through these diverse views of city life, this exhibition asks us to recognize the experiences we share and what it means to live and work in America; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Urban Exposure: The American City Scene. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Where Children Sleep: Photographs by James Mollison

thru Aug. 21; this revealing series of photographs shares the diverse stories of children in many different countries; each studio-style portrait is accompanied by a detailed study of the child’s “bedroom,” which can range from elaborate sanctuaries to the barest spaces set aside for sleep; an Historic House exhibition; Tue.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Thu. 10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-4pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits

Calls For Entry thru Dec. 30; seeking artists for temporary displays of 2 to 3 months to allow a full range of our public to see and appreciate the artwork; there is no fee to display and no commission on any works purchased; there are spaces next to each display area for artists to show contact information; as this is not retail space, we do not allow prices on the works themselves; all proposed shows need to be primarily 2D artwork; there is limited availability of 3D art display space; the main show is in our central “Blue Wall” area ( 30' long), and Gallery Hallway Cases (2x 7'wide x 9' tall x 18" deep) that space is for 2-D work only; we also accept proposals for two artists or small group shows; contact David Zahn at dzahnkoi@yahoo.com for more information and to submit sample images. Event Title: Call for Entries: Moline Public Library Exhibits. Venue: Moline Public Library. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Moline Public Library. For more info visit molinelibrary.com.

Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery

Calls For Entry thru Dec. 31; Quad City Arts features the work of emerging artists who have 10-20 canvases or framed pieces of art to exhibit in our Second Avenue Window Gallery for 6-8 weeks; sculpture is also welcome; all artists will be featured with their own page on our website during the exhibit; to apply, click to add your contact information, tell us about yourself (how you decided to express yourself visually) and tell us about your artwork (subject matter, medium, size range and inspiration.); submit 5 clear images of your artwork; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Call for Entries: Second Avenue Window Gallery. Venue: Quad City Arts Center. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Quad City Arts Center. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Oct. 9; culled from CRMA’s collection of works created after 1950, the exhibit explores the potential of abstraction in the hands of post-World War II artists; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Abstract Ideas: Abstract Art from the Collection. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows theu Sept. 4; the artist will create an ephemeral tonal landscape of color and light by casting thousands of threads across the span of the Figge’s fourth-floor gallery; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Anne Lindberg: think like the river with poet Ginny Threefoot. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Art in Roman Life

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec 31; over 50 works, including coins, glass vessels, ceramic lamps, marble sculptures, and more; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Beyond the Prairie: Midwestern Art from the Collection

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; exhibit showcases the work of artists inspired by life in Iowa and surrounding states; longtime museum favorites share gallery space with contemporary artworks, highlighting the great diversity and creativity present in the CRMA collection and the Midwest; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

College Invitational 2022

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 28; students to be included in this exhibition hail from eight area colleges and universities, including Augustana College, Black Hawk College, Clinton Community College, Knox College, Monmouth College, Scott Community College, St. Ambrose University, and Western Illinois University; art professors from each of the participating colleges were tasked with selecting the top works from their school to include in this year’s exhibit; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: College Invitational 2022. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Decolonial Intervention

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru July 9, 2023; Mexican/Latinx multidisciplinary artist Tlisza Jaurique will use her inherited indigenous upbringing and aesthetics to create an intervention surrounding the Figge’s Spanish Vice Regal collection; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Decolonial Intervention. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Oct. 30; paintings, drawings, ceramics, assemblages, constructions, games, and puppets were all part of Pinney’s repertoire; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Dick Pinney: Jack of All Trades. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 28; Drewelowe was born in New Hampton, Iowa, and became the first person to receive a master of arts degree from the University of Iowa in 1924; she spent most of her adult life in Boulder, Colorado, where she was a passionate and prolific painter; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; $4-8; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Eve Drewelowe: Painting Her Way. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Grant Wood: From Farm Boy to American Icon

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; the installation reflects the depth of the CRMA’s Grant Wood collection as well as the great breadth of Woods’ career; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 22; the exhibit explores the work, life, and career of the 19nth-century American artist who has been credited with being one of the first artists from this country to adopt Impressionism and to nurture its acceptance in the United States; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: John Leslie Breck: American Impressionist. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 29; exhibit of  colorful image-packed paintings, tables, and sculptures by Mahar from Rock Island, IL, and paintings of people enjoying the seaside by Steffens from Wapella, IL; $1 for parking; for information, call 309-793-1213. Event Title: Lisa Mahar - Judy Steffens. Venue: Quad City International Airport Gallery. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Quad City International Airport Gallery. For more info visit www.quadcityarts.com.

Marvin Cone: An American Vision

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec. 31; a single-gallery exhibition that serves as an introductory overview of Cone’s lengthy and prolific artistic career; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Mauricio Lasansky: Master Printmaker

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Dec 31; artistic takes on the venerated Iowa City artist and his works; noon-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, noon to 8pm on Thursday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Sept. 11; painter William Havlicek's poetic eulogy to Iowa’s seasonal changes, ochre harvests, russet woods and silent streams; Tue. Wed. & Fri. 10am-5pm, Thu.10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-5pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Event Title: The Sanctuary of the Sun: Seasons & Time. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Apr. 30; the exhibit gives insight into our country’s past through the work of revered American artists including Thomas Cole, Severin Roesen, Albert Bierstadt, and John Frederick Kensett; drawn from the collection of the Warner Foundation, the paintings range from bountiful still-lifes to awe-inspiring landscapes and reflect 19th-century society and culture. Ideas surrounding national pride, agricultural growth, the rise of the middle class, and westward expansion will be explored through these paintings and show how understanding our past is integral to moving forward; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: The Warner Foundation Collection: History in the Painting. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Sept. 11; the first two-person exhibition of their work explores the potential relationships that exist between them; noon to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday; noon to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday; 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Tomás & Charlie Lasansky: An Artistic Union. Venue: Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Urban Exposure: The American City Scene

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows drawn entirely from the Figge’s collection, Urban Exposure, showcases a compelling array of twentieth and twenty-first century artwork exploring the human condition within the urban American scene; through these diverse views of city life, this exhibition asks us to recognize the experiences we share and what it means to live and work in America; Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Thu. 10am-8pm, Sun. noon-5pm; $4-10; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Urban Exposure: The American City Scene. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Where Children Sleep: Photographs by James Mollison

VISUAL ARTS Exhibits & Shows thru Aug. 21; this revealing series of photographs shares the diverse stories of children in many different countries; each studio-style portrait is accompanied by a detailed study of the child’s “bedroom,” which can range from elaborate sanctuaries to the barest spaces set aside for sleep; an Historic House exhibition; Tue.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Thu. 10am-7pm, Sat. & Sun. 1-4pm; free, with donations appreciated; for information, call 563-263-8282. Venue: Muscatine Art Center. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Muscatine Art Center. For more info visit www.muscatineartcenter.org.

Oil Painting Saturdays

with instructor David Anderson; learn to see, draw, and understand value and edges and study color by understanding the importance of making color charts; we will grasp the value of composition and learn how light effects color while applying it to a still life; utilizing what was learned in the first session, each ongoing class will continue to build upon the last in moving students forward in the art of oil painting; $150 for four classes beginning the Saturday of your choice; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Oil Painting Saturdays. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Oil Painting Saturdays

Classes with instructor David Anderson; learn to see, draw, and understand value and edges and study color by understanding the importance of making color charts; we will grasp the value of composition and learn how light effects color while applying it to a still life; utilizing what was learned in the first session, each ongoing class will continue to build upon the last in moving students forward in the art of oil painting; $150 for four classes beginning the Saturday of your choice; for information, call 563-326-7804. Event Title: Oil Painting Saturdays. Venue: Figge Art Museum. Saturday, August 20, 2022, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM. Figge Art Museum. For more info visit figgeartmuseum.org.

Free Admission to the Grant Wood Studio

thru Dec. 31; admission is free for everyone during regular Studio hours courtesy of a grant from the Esther and Robert Armstrong Charitable Trust; docent-guided tours available; Sat. & Sun. noon-4pm; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Free Admission to the Grant Wood Studio. Venue: Grant Wood Studio. Saturday, August 20, 2022, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Grant Wood Studio. For more info visit www.crma.org.

Free Admission to the Grant Wood Studio

VISUAL ART Openings/Gallery Events thru Dec. 31; admission is free for everyone during regular Studio hours courtesy of a grant from the Esther and Robert Armstrong Charitable Trust; docent-guided tours available; Sat. & Sun. noon-4pm; for information, call 319-366-7503. Event Title: Free Admission to the Grant Wood Studio. Venue: Grant Wood Studio. Saturday, August 20, 2022, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Grant Wood Studio. For more info visit www.crma.org.