Arts & Culture in Dubuque

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Register now for the 4th Annual Arts & Business Luncheon

Coming to the Grand River Center at the Port of Dubuque on Tuesday, November 19 from 12-1:30 PM.

Keynote by Carl Atiya Swanson of Springboard for the Arts followed by conversation with local arts and business cross-sector collaboration pioneers. More information is available on our Arts & Business Luncheon page or click here to register online.

In conjunction with the annual luncheon on November 19, we're also hosting an Arts & Business Academy workshop to provide our creative sector with an opportunity to expand their skills and maximize their ability to thrive. More information our Arts & Business Academy page or click here to register online.

Learn more about the City of Dubuque Arts and Cultural Master Plan and how you can get involved!

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Arts and Cultural Master Plan Welcomes the Dubuque Community!

The Arts and Cultural Master Plan and subsequent Community Engagement Strategy empowers the community to take on the responsibility of enacting the community's desire to to see and experience more arts and culture in Dubuque. We invite all members of the community to participate in bringing the Arts and Cultural master plan to fruition! To learn more about how you can participate, click here

The Arts Mean Business in Dubuque


The arts industry in Dubuque generates $47.2 million in annual economic activity.
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State of the Arts Report


Click here to view a PDF of the State of the Arts. 

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