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Figge Art Museum Provides Artists Platform Despite Pandemic

Etta Brooks April 1, 2021

The Figge Art Museum is showcasing the artwork of seven Augustana students and students from six neighborhood colleges at the College Invitational Exhibition, which runs until June 6. Given the pandemic,...

Mesh, 2015 is one of the installations by Canadian artist Mia Feuer on display in the Totems of the Anthropocene exhibit at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport, IA. The gallery is located on the fourth floor of the building and will run until December 29th, 2019.

Figge Art Museum showcases new exhibit

Abigail Johnson October 3, 2019

The Figge Art Museum opened up their latest exhibit, “Mia Feuer: Totems of the Anthropocene,” on Sept. 21, which consists of works by Candian artist Mia Feuer. The exhibit will run until Dec. 29. According...

Alumni exhibit artistic achievements at ATMA

Alumni exhibit artistic achievements at ATMA

Shanela Ranaraja September 3, 2018

The Augustana Teaching Museum of Art (ATMA) is buzzing with conversation. Visitors wander through the Centennial Hall Galleries, lingering before certain pieces or returning to their favourites. There...

Pop the Augie Bubble: Museums

September 24, 2016

The Figge Art Museum - Davenport, IA As the major art exhibition and education facility between Chicago and Des Moines, the Figge Art Museum offers all kinds of different art collections and displays for...

Augustana Teaching Museum of Art hosts senior inquiry projects

May 4, 2016

On April 13 the Augustana Teaching Museum of Art opened up its walls to ten seniors to display their Senior Inquiry projects in New Departures. These projects included pieces in studio art and graphic...

Vistors view open shrine at the King Tut exhibit at the Putnam Museum.

Tut exhibit brings new life to Putnam museum

April 7, 2016

On Nov. 4, 1922, one of the most significant discoveries of the modern world was unearthed. British archaeologist Howard Carter and his crew completed a more than 30 year dream of finding the steps to...

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