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Map of Eureka, CA. 95501
Arts Alive! Eureka
North Coast Open Studios
The tallest trees in the world


Fisherman Sculpture
Rick Kistler with Wunderlust
new City of Eureka, sculpture
photo: Bob Fasic

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Public Art Registry:

To be added to the registry, send your contact information plus a link to your
website to: info @ eureka-art-culture.com

Public Art

To facilitate the development of public art in our community, the Eureka Art and Culture Commission has utilizes a link registry. It is used in conjunction with the Public Art Guidelines. Anyone interested in supporting public art in a proposed project, please contact one of the Commissioners or send an e-mail. If you have an existing project that would benefit by artistic vision or enhancements the commission welcomes public comment at the monthly meetings. We are interested in connecting artists with projects and community members with artists.

Eureka Arts & Culture- Recognition Award
Since the arts play a prominent part of daily life in Eureka, the Commission honors artists and community members who contribute through their creative endeavors with a Recognition Award. (Recognition Award Guideline)(Recognition Award Nomination Form). The nominations for the annual award are due September 1 of each year.

With the largest number of artists per capita in the United States, all the arts are evident everywhere. The sides of buildings are painted with colorful murals. Arts Alive!, a monthly alternative exhibit of artists' work fills the streets with throngs of people, sounds of music, and a vast assortment of art. There are music events and festivals on streets, the harbor and the bay throughout the year. Among the events are the north coast annual open studios tour, museums exhibits and festivities, jazz and dance, Indian crafts and fairs. The number and variety is too numerous to list.

Enhancing Arts and Culture in the Community of Eureka
The natural beauty of the rivers, giant redwoods and ocean frames the arts experience within this vibrant, artistic, northwestern Californian community.

The Art and Culture Commission, among its many purposes, exists to enhance the artistic and cultural experience for all those that live in or visit Eureka.

We welcome your views and suggestions. If you live in Eureka, we encourage your input on culture and public art in our community. Be sure to view our news link.
Contact us for more info
info @ eureka-art-culture.com