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Come visit the Figge Art Museum in downtown Davenport, Iowa. This community-centered facility is a gathering place for residents and visitors alike to experience and enjoy the visual arts.

Located on the banks of the Mississippi River, this 100,000 sq.ft. museum, designed by British architect David Chipperfield, includes:
Nine permanent collection galleries
Traveling exhibition galleries
Art studios for children and adults
Family Gallery and Family Activity Center
140 seat auditorium
Library and research stacks
Museum store

The Figge has a collection of approximately 3,000 works that reflect artistic styles and developments from the Renaissance to contemporary art, with particular strengths in American Regionalist, Mexican Colonial and Haitian Art. In addition, the Figge now houses the extensive University of Iowa Art Museum collection featuring an over-12,000-piece collection.


Sunday12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Tuesday10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Upcoming Events

Beaux Arts Fall Art Fair65 Years Strong for the Beaux Arts Bi-annual Fall Art Fair
Cinema at the FiggeCome to the Figge Art Museum for a social hour, presentation by Barry Phipps on his photographic book, and feature film.
Midwest Writing Center Author Talk The Midwest Writing Center presents its keynote author as part of the annual David R. Collins Writers' Conference.
Artist Fashion ShowBurundi fashion designer Justine Jay Jacque debuts her current work during this landmark fashion show.
Opening Reception: Steve BanksArtist Steve Banks returns to Thursdays at the Figge to speak about his completed exhibition, Pop Culture Palimpsest.
Author Talk: Midwest Writing CenterThe Midwest Writing Center presents their program "Young Emerging Writers Feature Reading."
Free AdmissionMuseum Open with Free Admission on June 19.
TASK PartyWhat is a TASK Party? Come join us to find out!
Scholar TalkJoin us for a scholar talk by Dr. Monica Bravo as a part of the Figge's examination of Mexican artists.
Book SaleFlip through books about art and art history at the Figge's first used book sale.
Reception: Azubuike Urban Exposure Film Festival This program provides a creative channel allowing kids to express themselves constructively, non-violently, and increased confidence.
Panel Discussion:Remembering John and Isabel BloomJoin us for a panel discussion about the work and lives of John and Isabel Bloom.
Living Proof Exhitition: A Visualization of HopeJoin the Figge Museum for an exhibition opening showcasing the passion, courage and talent of cancer survivors.
Teacher Appreciation Open HouseTeachers receive free admission to show our appreciation!
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