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!

Ongoing Programs & Artist Calls

  1. 2020 Mayor's Art Show at night

    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 on our website along with satellite art installations downtown.
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  1. House of Strange Ritual windowfront installation

    Windowfront Exhibitions


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

Temporary Art Installations

  1. Shine On
  2. A Call For Our Future

Reflections Space: Shine ON

Currently installed

North Fence on 30th Ave. between Harris & University

Brought to you by ArtCity Eugene 


Shine ON is a SAFE community building public art project that brings school communities, neighborhoods, and the town together on a quest for hope, purpose and creativity through an eco-based and collaborative public art creation. The vision for Reflections Space: Shine ON is to create an inspiring message that the community will carry forward.


Participants can show up to participate in creating the art when they like. There is no mass gathering, only the need to observe, be respectful and wait your turn to add your special items, recycled plastic, or found objects that will fill in the letters and literally spell out the words “SHINE ON”. The letters S-H-I-N-E O-N are ‘mapped’ out with color coded tape on the chain link fence. Participants simply tie their objects into the letter that matches the color of each object. Together we create and Shine ON.


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Reflections Shine ON

Reflections Shine ON


Contact Us

  1. Public Art Manager
    Kate Ali
    Ph: 541-682-6314

    Downtown Program Assistant
    Chanin Santiago