20x21 Mural Project

20x21 Eug Murals logo
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20x21 Mural Project

The 20x21 Mural Project is an initiative of the City of Eugene Cultural Service’s Public Art Program to create 20 or more world-class outdoor murals in Eugene before the 2022 IAAF World Championships. The project is led by a highly engaged committee representing collaboration across sectors including communications, law, architecture, small business, nonprofit and the arts. 20×21 aims to bring color and life to Eugene’s urban landscape to foster pride and contribute to a sense of identity. As the project grows, it will seek artist exchanges between Eugene artists and international cities.

Debbie Williamson Smith standing in front of Finton Magee mural

Mural Tours

Free, all ages walking tour

Meets in front of the Eugene Public Library downtown, 100 W. 10th Ave.

Enjoy a free guided walking tour of some of Eugene’s iconic murals with Debbie Williamson-Smith, one of the founding members of the 20x21 Mural Project. Learn behind-the-scenes stories as she highlights Eugene’s monumental mural initiative, as well as several new works of art. Email us with questions, or to cancel your tour.

Sign up:

Saturday, October 7 at 10 a.m.

Sunday, October 8 at 2 p.m.

Self-Guided Tour Resources

20 x 21 Mural Project committee members include:

Paul Denis Godin, ADR Chambers/Stitt Feld Handy Group

Kate Ali, Public Art Manager, City of Eugene

Joseph (Joe) Moore, GMA Architects

Thomas Pettus-Czar, The Barn Light

Jessica Watson, Lane Arts Council

Debbie Williamson-Smith, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Justin Bauer, Art Coordinator

Find us on Facebook and Twitter or at 20x21eug.com