Support the Fine Arts
Join us and support us
Involvement in the arts is one of the most singularly important undertakings for any individual, community or society. The arts help communities to remain vibrant and attractive to new businesses and families. The arts express the soul of a society and define its hopes and dreams.
We appreciate your support and generosity whether it comes in the form of your time, talent or treasure. We are a non-profit volunteer arts organization and don't charge artists for the sales of their work. Please consider being a patron or sponsor. Individual memberships offer benefits at each level, from Riverssance passes to the commissioning of a special piece of artwork just for you! Check out our membership levels. Corporate gifts and sponsorships are a great way to support the arts community, improve the quality of life for your employees and fellow Quad Citians and generate good will for your company. To request a sponsorship brochure or set up a visit, email Pamela Crouch email@example.com.
2012 Board of Directors
Amy Orr, IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union, President
Kyle Carter, Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce, Vice President
Eileen Roethler, Quad City Bank and Trust, Treasurer
Rian Waterman, Lane and Waterman, LLP, Secretary
Heather Pederson, Deere & Company, Past President
Kathy Betcher-Sprague, Hanson Watson Associates
Lisa Francescon, Captured Moments Photography
Bill Hannan, Artist/Arts Advocate
Regan Hatfield, Star Dog Gallery & Studio
Mary Immesoete, Quad Cities Chamber
Jodie Kavensky, CMC and design
Anne Kirkpatrick, Small Wonders Photography
Rachael Mullins, Davenport Community Schools
Ryan Orr, dphilms
Jodean Rousey Murdoch, Rock Island Arsenal
Keri Rursch, Modern Woodmen of America
LoJo Russo, Musician
Wynne Schafer, Figge Museum
Gaye Shannon Burnett, Literary Artist
Thomas Behne, The Singh Group
Brandon Terronez, Arrowhead
- Riverboat Development Authority
- Lujack Lexus
- John Deere
- Rhythm City Casino
Buy ArtSupporting local artists directly involves you bettering our community. The art that is displayed in MFA galleries events can be purchased directly from the artist or through an MFA director. We charge no commission to the artist or you.
MFA has many opportunities throughout the year and the Quad Cities area for individuals or organizations willing to donate their time or talents in bringing the arts to the people of our community. You can become a valued member of the MFA by contacting Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't just sit there, get involved.