2018 Brand Boeshaar 
Scholarship Program

The results are in for the recipients of this year's prestigious $12,000 scholarships
for students majoring in art or in art education. The program is funded by the Brand Boeshaar Foundation Fund, managed by the Figge Education Department, and administered by the Community Foundation of the Great River Bend. 

2018 Recipients
Lillian L. Brand Scholarship - Gabriella Schadt, Homeschool
Isabelle M. Brand Scholarship - Emily Menke, Moline High School
Lucille Brand Boeshaar Scholarship - Lindsey Abell, Rock Island High School
William Brand Boeshaar Scholarship - Isabelle Kern, Davenport Central
High School

Honorable mentions, and recipients of $500 scholarships:
Don Heggen Memorial Scholarship Fund - Rachel Hunt, Pleasant Valley High School and Katie Melville, Davenport West High School

Image by Gabriella Schadt

Scouts at the Figge

Boy Scout Programs
Boy Scouts of all ages can have fun learning experiences while earning arts and crafts badges/patches at the Figge Art Museum. A guided tour of the Figge's permanent galleries and traveling exhibitions is included in each workshop.  Badge workshops are 3-hour events and include completion of all requirements for the particular badge the boys are working towards.
We also offer non-badge workshops through our Partner Program.  Scout packs can schedule one of these 2-hour events that includes a guided museum tour and a studio art experience.  Activities accomplished in a Partner Program can be often be applied toward one of the art badges in the Boy Scout manual. 
To Register: Please call 563.345-6655. Registration is required a minimum of 2 weeks before the
scheduled event.  A minimum of 10 Scouts/workshop is required.
Contact Information: Call 563.345-6655 or to schedule a workshop.

For more information about programs for Girl Scouts, visit the Girl Scout website or contact Kelsey at 563.345-6655 or


Birthday Fun at the Figge!

Have a fun, creative birthday party! The Figge is equiped to make any birthday celebration a memorable one for your child. Multiple options are available and are geared towards specific age groups. Complete the registration form.

Download a flyer with more information. 



Supported by Brand Boeshaar Foundation and Hubbell Waterman Foundation.

The Education Department is committed to helping visitors of all ages and diverse learning styles gain a greater understanding and appreciation of the Figge’s unique collections and changing exhibitions. Programs and services are designed to promote life-long learning in the visual arts, stimulate independent and critical thinking skills, and encourage visitors to see the world around them differently.