Visual Art

Visual art transforms cultural landscapes, invokes meaningful dialogues, and inspires people of all ages and backgrounds. From temporary art installations to our local and international murals to our percent for art collection, there are many ways to enjoy and engage the visual arts in Eugene.


  1. Visual Arts Week graphic

    Visual Arts Week

    October 6-15

    Celebrating the visual arts with the Mayor's Art Show, Lane Arts Council's First Friday ArtWalk, workshops, artist highlights, a parade and more!

    Visual Arts Week Info

  1. Culture Raising fence

    Culture Raising


    Culture Raising is a temporary public art project along a 100-foot fenceline in the new Riverfront Park.

    Culture Raising Info

  1. Mayor's Art Show art by Analee Fuentes

    Mayor's Art Show

    October 6-29

    Mayor's Art Show celebrates local artists, art production and champions the visual arts. View the show online or at the downtown Eugene Public Library.

    Mayor's Art Show Info

Ongoing Programs

  1. BRIDGE Metanoia Catalyst

    Temporary Exhibitions

    Temporary art exhibitions are an entry point for artists to create work in the public realm. Artists are given opportunities to engage the City as a studio and a playground, providing unexpected creative experiences.

    Temporary Exhibitions Info

  1. Franco Jaz Fasoli Mural from LTD Bus Station by Ben Schorzman


    Murals create vibrant neighborhoods and contribute to a sense of identity.  Eugene is proud to be the home of over 40 murals and counting.

    Mural Info

  1. Blue Heron image by Isaac Marquez

    Art in Public Places

    Eugene’s vision for a public art experience is to offer our city as both exhibit and studio. Our goal is to support public art that authentically expresses the timeline we live in, inspires wonder and invokes dialogue.

    Art in Public Places Info

Contact Us

  1. Public Art Manager

    Kate Ali

    Ph: 541-682-6314

  2. Senior Public Art Coordinator

    Chanin Santiago

    Ph: 541-682-6360