Murals create vibrant neighborhoods and contribute to a sense of identity. These large-scale public artworks are also opportunities to expand how we see the world and contribute to a greater sense of belonging for the entire community. From hyperrealism to surrealism, Eugene is proud to be the home of over 40 murals and counting. Take a look at what’s out there.

Coming Up

  1. WE RISE mural artist Rachel Wolfe-Goldsmith

    WE RISE Mural

    Wolfe-Goldsmith's work will highlight the presence and impact of Black and African American youth in Eugene.

    WE RISE Mural Info

Ongoing Programs

  1. MIUSA mural complete

    Community Murals

    Community members and commissioned artists work together to envision and express the history of our region, our community values and/or what we’d like our future to look like.

    Community Murals Info

  1. Bayne Gardner Woodfield Station

    Urban Canvas Program

    Urban Canvas strives to create a vibrant and dynamic public art community in Eugene by providing opportunities for local artists to create murals with local business.

    Urban Canvas Info

  1. Beau Stanton 20X21 Mural

    20x21 EUG Mural Project

    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. 

    20X21 Mural Info

Contact Us

  1. Public Art Manager

    Kate Ali

    Ph: 541-682-6314

    Downtown Public Art Program Assistant

    Chanin Santiago