Visual Arts Week
Visual Arts Week 2022
Visual Arts Week celebrates the visual arts and provides a platform for experimentation, creativity and dialogue. This year’s offerings include a mix of in-person and virtual experiences for participation at all levels.
Visit in-person and virtual galleries to enjoy the diverse creations from our community’s artists. Learn about the inspiration and process behind artworks and exhibitions created in the last year through Lane Arts Council's ArtTalks. Tour satellite art installations displayed in downtown windowfronts and revisit our city’s 20x21 murals. Expand your artistic skills in educational workshops provided by the Maude Kerns Art Center with seasoned artists from our community. Celebrate exceptional emerging artists of our region with the 2022 Eugene Biennial at Karin Clarke Gallery.
Art is a shared interaction, cultural exchange, and a powerful communication that compels us to think, feel and connect. Celebrate the visual arts with us!
Visual Arts Week Kick-Off at the First Friday ArtWalk
Friday, August 5 • 5:30-8 p.m. | Free
Starting at Farmers Market Pavilion and Plaza
The First Friday ArtWalk kicks off Visual Arts Week! Start your evening at the new Farmers Market Pavilion for opening remarks, awards, an artist marketplace, musical performances and entertainment by Lane Arts Council Artist Grant recipients and a virtual reality experience! Then, tour the galleries and art venues downtown to discover the latest in Eugene's art scene.
Explore Visual Arts Week
Downtown Art Tour Map
Walk or roll your way downtown to enjoy many forms of art during Visual Arts Week. From Windowfront Exhibitions to diverse art galleries and unique public art installations throughout the city, there is a lot to take in! Also, stop by the Farmers Market Pavilion and Plaza while you’re in the area to enjoy the newly completed mural by Jean Bradbury on the west wall. Printable map (PDF)
City of Eugene Cultural Services, Lane Arts Council and Maude Kerns Art Center partner to host Visual Arts Week.
ArtCity, Eugene Contemporary Art, Oregon Cultural Trust, WildCraft Cider Works, Pacific Real Estate Services, Broadway Place, Campbell Commercial Real Estate, Toxic Wings, Pipeworks Studios, Glimmer Tech, Wordcrafters in Eugene and Hult Center for the Performing Arts.