YOUTH AND TEEN PROGRAMS
Scouts at the Figge
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 begins each workshop. See photos of scouts at the Figge.
Learn more about Boy Scout programs
For more information about programs for Girl Scouts, visit the Girl Scout website or contact Emily Droessler at EmilyD@GirlScoutsToday.org or 309.788.0833 x308.
Celebrate your birthday at the Figge!
Have a fun, creative birthday party! The Figge is equipeed to make any birthday celebration a memorable one for your child. Multiple options are available and are geared towards specific age groups. Learn more.
Visit Studio 1 to explore installations that are designed to complement selected special exhibitions with hands-on activities that will challenge your imagination.
Currently in Studio1:
Telling Stories with Pictures
September 27, 2014-January 18, 2015
Why did the artist make a collage instead of a painting? Does this picture have a message? Can art make a difference? Explore these questions and work out answers in this Studio 1 installation that complements African-American Art Since 1950: Perspectives from the David C. Driskell Center. Use your artistic voice to create art at
the activity tables that tells a story or sends a message.
David C. Driskell, Pine Trees #5, 1965, oil on canvas, purchased with funds from
the C. Sylvia and Eddie Brown Arts Acquisition Fund
This gallery is designed to encourage looking and creating.
Located on Level 2, next to the Family Activity Center.
Seldom Seen Works from the Figge Collection
Take this opportunity to view 2 works of art which are rarely on view at the Figge. Icon, a painting by Harland Goudie, a professor at Knox College, and Byron Burford's Cocoa-Outdoors . The paintings will be hung in the Family Gallery, along with information about the paintings and artists, and activities for the entire family.
Brand Boeshaar Scholarship
Since 2000, the Brand Boeshaar Scholarship Program has awarded $576,000 to graduating seniors in eastern Iowa and western Illinois who wish to study fine arts, design or art education in college. To be considered for this prestigious $12,000 scholarship, applicants must submit a completed application, high school transcript, two letters of support, and a portfolio of 12 works. 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.
Application and portfolio deadline for 2014 has passed.
Please consider applying for the scholarship in 2015.
Questions? Contact Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org or 563.326.7804 x2045.
Brand Boeshaar Scholarship Recipients
The Brand Boeshaar Scholarship Program awards four scholarships annually to students who wish to earn a degree in fine art, graphic design or art education at a college or university. This year’s scholarships were presented to the following individuals:
2014 Scholarship Recipients
Lillian L. Brand Avery Gott (Moline High School)
Isabelle M. Brand Emma DeMarr (Davenport West High School)
Lucille Brand Boeshaar Jasmine Mendez (Moline High School)
William Brand Boeshaar Maxwell McInnis (Bettendorf High School)
Honorable Mentions Malcom Kresse (Davenport Central High School)
and Sydney Griffin (Moline High School)