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. Check out what’s happening today!

Spotlight

  1. Spring Up Exhibition Lindsay Swing

    Windowfront Exhibitions

    Come downtown by foot, car or bike to enjoy windowfronts transformed into art installations.

    Windowfront Exhibitions Info

  1. 2021 Mayor's Art Show People's Choice winner Kum Ja Lee

    Mayor's Art Show - Call to Artists

    The City of Eugene invites artists to submit work for the juried Mayor’s Art Show. The exhibition will be held virtually and will be on display in the downtown Eugene Public Library. Submission deadline 10 p.m. May 23.

    Mayor's Art Show Info

Temporary Art Installations

  1. Culture Raising
  2. Shine On
  3. A Call For Our Future

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Riverfront Park Fenceline

Coming soon with the opening of the Riverfront Park

Presented by ArtCity, in partnership with City of Eugene Parks and Open Spaces and Cultural Services


Culture Raising is a temporary public art project along a 100 foot fenceline in the new Riverfront Park. The artwork brings awareness to the Native American people and cultures in our community. Through this installation, the public will see larger than life faces of Native American people who live in our community. Half of each elder’s face is matched with a youth or young adult face, representing the past, present and future of the cultures and emphasizing unity. This project was made possible by Urban Renewal Funding and was an open call artist opportunity.


More Culture Raising Information


Contact Us

  1. Public Art Manager

    Kate Ali

    Ph: 541-682-6314


  2. Downtown Public Art Program Assistant

    Chanin Santiago