Check out the August 4th ArtWalk guide or Mural Tour insert.

38. #instaballet at Oregon Contemporary Theatre
(194 W Broadway)  Website

Help dancers from Eugene Ballet Company make a new ballet! No dance experience is required and all ages are welcome. Stop by anytime between 5:30 and 8pm to be part of the creative process and suggest steps or ideas, or sit back and watch the ballet unfold.  The final audience-choreographed ballet is presented at 8pm.

39. 2017 Eugene Parklet Competition (3 parklets located in front of Townshend’s Teahouse and Broadway Metro, and 1 parklet in front of 942 Olive St)
A Parklet is an extension of the sidewalk into a parking lane that provides additional sidewalk space for pedestrian use. This competition is a partnership between City of Eugene Parking Department (EPark) and the AIA Southwestern Oregon, and is part of an initiative to increase pedestrian presence and community involvement in downtown Eugene. Out of 13 entries, 4 were chosen to be built in Downtown Eugene and are available for public use during the ArtWalk!

40. Nerd Art Night at the Shoryuken League
(881 Willamette St)
Come get your geek on and check out pop-culture artwork and jewelry by Tommy Harbour, Kelli Harbour-Byers, Jesse Tannehill from Spookyswirl Arts, Chris Akins and Matthew Edewaard from Area 51, Cortney Fellet from Steel Web, and Kylea Phillips. Ages 21+. 7-10pm.

41. The Palmo Center presents Tibet Night at Whirled Pies
(199 W 8th Ave)  Website

The event celebrates a culture of peace, featuring a talk on Dharma and it’s integration in Tibetan culture by the Venerable Tulku Jigme Ripoche. Enjoy Tibetan music, art, including a Thanka masterpiece painted by HH the Dalai Lama’s Thanka painter, and the silent auction which helps support the Palmo Center to keep the art and culture of Tibet alive! 5:30-8pm.

42. No Shame Eugene
(99 W 10th Ave)   Facebook

The show begins at 8pm with fifteen original, 5-minute acts including monologues, sketch comedy, and the experimental. Each show is comprised of the first fifteen acts to register with the host when doors open – come as a performer, or no shame in just watching!