The Hult Center for the Performing Arts is a major attraction for visitors to Eugene, a great city for the arts and outdoors. Come and see for yourself!
Located in the heart of downtown Eugene and within walking distance of the office for Travel Lane County - Eugene, Cascades & Coast (located on 8th and Olive Street), the Hult Center is surrounded by wonderful galleries and restaurants. Immerse yourself in Eugene’s arts and culture and take in the local art scene!
Visit the award-winning Jacobs Gallery on the lower level of the Hult Center. Every month, Lane Arts Council sponsors the First Friday Art Walk with wine tastings, music and of course, wonderful works of art.
See the dressing rooms where Yo-Yo Ma, Bill Cosby, Bonnie Raitt, Bernadette Peters and many others got ready for their Hult performances! The Hult Center’s volunteer group SHO (Support HultCenter Operations) offers free backstage tours every first and third Thursday of the month at noon and other times by request. Reservations are not required. Call 541.682.5733 to confirm and schedule your personal group tour.
The Hult Center for the Performing Arts is home to tremendous treasures of public art. You will find wonderful paintings, tiles, masks, statues, and lots more! Be our guest, visit our online gallery for a sample and discover Art at the Hult Center.
Catpaw Tiles by Michael Pratt, Ginny Adelsheim & Reta Larson of Portland, OR
More than 600 clay tiles extend around Silva Concert Hall & into the Lobby
When you visit Eugene, enjoy a special show at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts. Visit our Events Calendar to find out who is performing this week!
Find out more about the Hult Center's History
The Hult Center for the Performing Arts is a performing arts venue in Eugene, Oregon, where more than 700 events and activities a year are presented by local, national and international promoters. Located in the heart of Eugene's vibrant downtown on Willamette Street between 6th & 7th Avenues, adjacent to the Hilton Eugene and Conference Center, the Hult Center opened its doors more than 30 years ago on September 24th, 1982, and is the first performing arts center in the country built without the benefit of state or national funding.