Celebrate Eugene’s vibrant art scene—with The Block is Hot: Vol. 3 —during the July 5th First Friday ArtWalk! Start your self-guided tour at Farmers Market Pavilion (85 E 8th Ave), where you can pick up your ArtWalk Guide and shop the Artist Marketplace before exploring the many galleries and art venues of Downtown Eugene. The monthly First Friday ArtWalk is from 5:30pm-8:00pm and is always free.

View the list of participating venues | Join the Facebook event

Need a ride to the ArtWalk? You can get your free LTD bus pass just before the event on the ArtWalk page!


Farmers Market Pavilion and Plaza (85 E 8th Ave)

Join us at the Farmers Market Pavilion to pick up your ArtWalk guide, and start your adventure!

  • The Block is Hot: Vol. 3 live performances at the Pavilion from 6:30pm-9:15pm. This month features dance, comedy, and music, including performances by Devin Jones, Cameron Daye, Michael Kaye, Gradient, Khoraan, Lil Petty, Kamryn Tierra, and #instaballet.
  • WildCraft Cider Works and The Soul Garden: Vegan Soul Food serving up food and beverages to fuel your evening of ArtWalk fun.
  • Artist Marketplace pop-up shops offer beautiful, handcrafted creations from dozens of local artists. Perfect for small, thoughtful gifts.

           Image: c/o Treylon Day


560 Oak Street, Suite 130

Come to Jazzy Ladies for the showing of John W Olsen’s impressive oil paintings. He uses vivid colors to draw the viewer in while the images reach out.

Image: “The Iris” by Olsen


840 Lawrence St

Open House at the Resonance Building from 5:30-8:00pm with a Bring Your Own Puppet (BYOP) Party from 7:00-900pm. The entire event is family friendly, and all are welcome. The space is devoted to healing, integration, and cocreation. Come meet the licensed practitioners in the building who specialize in a range of healing modalities. Also, learn about our emerging lending library of somatic and co creative supplies. Transmedia artwork is currently on display by artist Christine Olejniczak whose practice offers a unique exploration of sound as the outflow of site-specific creative processes. 

Image: “Wind Map” by Olejniczak