Eugene Weekly | Eugene is creating the biggest visual art festival held here since 1974.
The Register-Guard | Sometimes the Three Sisters become brilliantly visible in Eugene, Hendricks Park bursts with magnificence, and the Bach festival tantalizes us with aural delights. Add to that area forests, trails, parks and campgrounds that are among the best anywhere.
Tagger vandalizes public art mural in Eugene less than a week after Chinese spray paint artist finished it
The Register-Guard | A new mural in Eugene didn't make it a week before a vandal or vandals marked it with tagger graffiti.
GraffitiStreet | The 20x21EUG Mural Project is an initiative of the City of Eugene Cultural Service's Public Art Program to create 20 or more world-class outdoor murals in Eugene between now and the 2021 IAAF World Championships. This is the first time the World Championships will be held in the United States.
KEZI | A new mural is breathing color and diversity in downtown Eugene as part of the 20X21 EUG Mural Project. This is the 4th mural in the project with the goal of 20 completed murals by 2021, which is the year Eugene hosts the IAAF World Championship.
KVAL | This isn't the largest mural Hua Tunan has ever painted. "I try another one in Dubai," the mural artist from southeast China said. "It was big; different size."
Will they make it? Mural No. 4 in the city of Eugene’s “20 By 21EUG Mural Project,” with Chinese artist Hua Tunan’s dragon-and-tiger theme, is on the wall
The Eugene Review | The fourth of 20 murals that the city of Eugene's public art program is racing to complete by the time the International Association of Athletics Federations comes to town for its world championships in 2021 is freshly on the wall now in the Whiteaker neighborhood.
The Register-Guard | For the past week, Chinese spray paint artist Hua Tunan has been transforming the solid red wall on the west side of Vistra Framing and Gallery in downtown Eugene into a brilliantly colored battle between a serpent-like black dragon and a Bengal tiger.