Blog

Summer Programming Update 6.10.20

Jun 10, 2020

Stay connected to your creativity this summer! Join a Zoom class or take some video lessons in our Virtual Classroom - new classes will be added over the summer. We are booking auditions for Rock Bands for the coming year. We are dipping our toe in the water of in person classes with a Stained Glass class for adults. We miss you and hope to be together in the fall! Stay safe and stay creative!
Never Have I Ever…

Apr 20, 2020

We will remain hunkered down through the end of the school year. Please connect with us on social media, share your art, music, writing with us, we miss you! Look for upcoming FREE virtual classes rolling out May 4th through the 25th to help keep you inspired and creative!
Art Bag Success

Mar 31, 2020

Thanks to all of our donors and helpers! The Art Bags project has been a big success thanks to you!
Art Bags Update

Mar 27, 2020

We have been providing Art Bags for area youth in need of these basic supplies to keep them creative at home.
COVID19 Update 3.16.20

Mar 16, 2020

Our classes have been postponed and our office is closed. We are working remotely, and will be making a plans for our next steps to reschedule classes, etc.
COVID19 Update 3.12.20

Mar 12, 2020

Find out what Eastern Iowa Arts Academy is doing and stay tuned for updates!
The George Madlon Award

Jan 8, 2020

Named for the first recipient of this honor, the George Madlon Award was given this fall to an individual who demonstrates extraordinary commitment and dedication to our mission of igniting passion and building community through the exploration of the visual and performing arts. We are pleased to both present and dedicate this award to George Madlon.
Savvy and Maddy at EIAA

Nov 1, 2019

Children's Book Author Kendra Preston donates proceeds from her current book, "Savvy and Maddy's Amazing Art Project" to the Eastern Iowa Arts Academy. She shares about her creative journey.
ITC Midwest Awards Grant to EIAA

Jan 28, 2019

The Eastern Iowa Arts Academy has received a $5,000 grant from ITC Midwest to support fine arts educational opportunities for students.