Eureka Street Art Festival

The Eureka Street Art Festival (ESAF) is a week-long, city-wide event that takes place each summer. The core mission of the festival is to create intentional, accessible art that enlivens public spaces, stimulates community revitalization, and attracts visitors to Eureka. The annual festival invites local and international artists to paint murals creating a unique walkable and bikeable public art experience. The festival offers the opportunity to watch the creation of large-scale pieces of world-class art and allows the public to interact with artists through artist talks, daily tours, and special events. Please click the "Visit Website" link above for more info.

The Eureka Street Art Festival is FREE and family friendly!​ 

Each day's Art Talk will meet at 5:30pm at a different mural location and may involve a short walk. Hear about the artists process + inspiration, watch them work, and ask them questions!

Monday, July 29th
Meet at the Eureka Theater (612 F Street)
A short walk and talks from 3+ artists: Blake Reagan, Mir de Silva, Violet Crabtree, Megan Phillips, and Melitta Jackson

Tuesday, July 30th
Meet at Opera Alley + F Street
A tour of the Opera Alley Murals from previous years and a talk from Lucas Thornton

Wednesday, July 31st
Meet at the Eureka Center for Spiritual Living (239 Buhne Street)
An in-depth talk with Laci Dane, and a reception hosted by the Center

Thursday, August 1st
Meet at Lima’s Pharmacy (2097 Harrison Ave)
An in-depth talk with Jenna Catsos (Pen+Pine), plus a wellness open house hosted by Lima’s Pharmacy

Friday, August 2nd
Meet at the Inn at 2nd and C (124 C Street)
A tour of the Old Town Slugs of Eureka with artists Shannon Sullivan and Jessica Swan


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Before making plans, please check the event or festival website or Facebook page.