Mayor's Art Show

Mayors Art Show paint and brushes

The City of Eugene is delighted to bring back the Mayor’s Art Show. The Mayor’s Art Show (MAS) will be part of a larger celebration of contemporary visual art, artists and the City’s public spaces. The MAS celebrates local artists, art production and champions the visual arts. The MAS recognizes the accomplishments of artists who are committed to enriching their communities through visual arts. Our aim with this show is to cultivate diversity, equity, and access to the visual arts and artists. We envision a city of citizens whose success, safety and health are not pre-determined by their race, class, sexual orientation, gender, age, mental or physical ability.


The exhibition will be held in the Maurie Jacobs Community Room at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts. The exhibition will take place July 27, 2018 through August 25, 2018.

  1. Exhibition Information
  2. Submit Entry
  3. Timeline
  4. Salon des Refus├ęs
  5. The Fine Print

The City of Eugene invites artists who live or work in the City of Eugene to submit work for the juried Mayor’s Art Show. Established, emerging, and student artists are encouraged to apply.


Awards

Awards will be given based on the consideration of the following criteria: conceptual strength, artistic merit, innovation, craftsmanship, and materials. Awards include:

  • Mayor’s Choice
  • Juror’s Choice
  • Peoples’ Choice

Eligibility & Entry Fees

  • There is an entry fee of $15.
  • This exhibition is open to all residents who live or work in the City of Eugene.
  • Work must have been completed since January 1, 2016.
  • We are accepting 2D, 3D and digital artworks. (Digital must be self contained and managed by the artist).
    Artist may submit images of one artwork for the jury to consider.
    Images:
    • 2D work must include one image (one additional detail image may be included for a total of two images)
    • 3D must include two to four images (one additional detail image may be included for a total of three to five images).

The curator reserves the right to refuse artworks at any time during the processes: submission, selection, intake and installation.



For questions email Chanin Santiago