Another great downtown event coming up next week!
Make plans now to attend first Iowa City Gallery Walk of the year next Friday night, March 3! Meet the artists, from 5-8 pm during downtown Iowa City’s Spring ...Gallery Walk. Gallery Walk takes place at twelve locations and is self-guided, free and family-friendly. Maps are available at each location. Gallery Walk’s newest participant is Public Space One, located in the Wesley Building, 120 N. Dubuque. Other participants include Akar Art, The Englert Theatre, Glassando, Iowa Artisans Gallery, M.C. Ginsberg: Objects of Art, MidWestOne Bank, rsvp, Textiles, the Senior Center’s Old Post Office Gallery, United Action for Youth (UAY) and U.S. Bank. #downtownIowaCity #FreeArtEvent
Don't forget to attend the 2017 One Book Two Book Literature Festival for some family-friendly fun! This year's celebration of children's writing will be February 24-26 in downtown Iowa City. For more information visit their website! www.onebooktwobook.org
What an amazing drawing -- it almost makes you thirsty just looking at it!
Welcome to #MeetTheBandMonday! Every Monday we will introduce one of our Friday Night Concert Series bands. To start, we have David Zollo & The Body Electric with Brian Johannesen performing May 19th!
David Zollo started as a 21-year old in Iowa City who was hungry for rock and roll. He has been a singer, songwriter and keyboardist for his own bands but also a sideman for a long list of musical talents. He started and established Trailer Records, and produced six records of his own material. He has been a producer to up-and-coming bands such as The Pines and Brother Tucker. David Zollo is known as an exuberant and passionate performer, who was clearly born to make music.
Need something fun to do tonight to celebrate Black History Month?
The deadline to apply as an artist to this year's Iowa Arts Festival is coming up quickly -- March 1 will be here before we know it, so apply today! https://www.zapplication.org/event-info.php?ID=5092
In honor of Black History Month, The Dream Center and Iowa City Dream Divas are showcasing a Living Museum on February 18! The museum features live presentations of prominent African Americans, along with a showcase of student and local artists' work. Visit their website for more information about their organization!
- Join the Hawkeye Lunch & Learn lecture series on September 27 as we ...explore fine art printmaking with University of Iowa School of Art and Art History's Professor Anita Jung! RSVP today at Hawkeye Lunch & Learn in Iowa City: The Fine Art Print. #HawkeyeLL