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Living Proof Exhibit's 2022 Exhibition: A Visualization of Hope, will be held at the Figge Art Museum from September 10, 2022- January 1, 2023.


The call for entry is now closed. 

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This year's exhibition is supported by Quad City Arts, through the Arts Dollars re-granting program, supported by the Illinois Arts Council Agency and the Hubbell-Waterman Foundation.

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Living Proof Exhibit’s yearly exhibitions are open to cancer survivors living within a 200-mile radius of the Quad Cities. Our 2021 exhibition at the University of Dubuque features 25 artists from across Iowa and Illinois, reaching as far east as Springfield, IL and as far west as Newton, IA.

While the artwork in our exhibition is chosen through a jury process, our idea of “art” is inclusive and we are open to any medium. Previously, our exhibition has displayed artwork from fiber artists, sculptors, watercolorists, and even wood carvers.

Some of our artists are professional artists, while others use art as stress-relieving hobby. But, no matter their background, our artists bring hope to our community and display the creative spirit of the cancer survivor through their artwork. If you are a cancer survivor and looking to display your artwork, please contact us at to learn more about participating in our 2022 exhibition at the

Figge Art Museum.

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