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Every fourth Thursday of the month | 1-4pm | FREE Bring any art project to work on during this four-hour time period. MAE can provide easels, computers, and drop cloths. Just bring your other materials and project(s).
This group meets the third Thursday of every month at MAE at 1:00 pm Come “zen” and doodle Meet * Create * See
The Treble Tapestry Singers Are Back!
This Group of Women (55-year-olds and up) will Resume Practices on: Thursday, APRIL 4TH MAQUOKETA ART EXPERIENCE 11:30 – 1:00 PM (begin singing at 12:00) Lunch Hour Singers Needed! ( Bring your Lunch) Free and Open To Women Who Like to Sing! Meet, Greet and Create Together Through Song
Gin Lammert | “Painter of Radiant Light”
May 11 – June 24, 2019 Artist reception: May 11th, 2-4PM ARTIST STATEMENT I look for the subtle changes that light creates when observing my surroundings. I’m always searching for what may not be obvious at first glance. Each stroke of paint, pencil, or pastel chalk I make reflect what my eyes see andRead More
Artshare University of Iowa | Cello and Double Bass Recital
Sunday, April 28, 2019 2:00-3:00PM Free and Open to the Public Eva Richards RICHARDS graduated with First Class Honours from the Royal Northern College of Music in 2018, where she studied with Nicholas Trygstad. In November 2018, EvaRead More
Meet the Artists Series | Iowa Art Council
Saturday, April 13, 2019. 12:30 PM Artist Workshop 2:00 PM Artist Talks Begin 3:00 PM Reception Mark your calendar for a Meet the Artist event coming to Maquoketa, Iowa. The five newest Iowa Arts Council Fellows are crisscrossing the state this year to display and discuss their work with other IowaRead More
Eastern Iowa Middle School Jazz Band Festival
Saturday, April 13, 2019 8am – 1pm Come and see the talent of our youth! Free and Open to the Public
Lunch and Learn with Artist Kimberly Darling
MARCH 15, 2019 Times: 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM Bring your lunch and stay as long as you wish! Kimberly Darling Art Discussion: Social Realism/Edward Hopper and the Regionalists and Grant Wood.
Trombone and Piano Recital
March 10, 2019 | 2:00 pm Free and Open to the Public | Donations Always Appreciated Caleb Lambert began his musical training at age eleven in Olympia, Washington where he studied euphonium and trombone with Syd Potter and Richard Lopez. In 2007 Mr. Lambert attended Roosevelt University in Chicago, Il where he studiedRead More
Wendy Allen and William Crook Friday, March 1, 2019| 5:00 – 7:00pm Free and Open to the Public Donations Always Appreciated