Community Engagement Programs
Our Community Engagement programs strive to enhance relationships with community organizations and individuals throughout the greater Eugene area. Through a variety of enrichment programs and community partnerships, we seek to bring the performing arts to a diverse population within our extended community.
Our Community Tickets Program helps to ensure that all people, regardless of economic ability, have access to the performing arts. Through partnerships with local non-profits, our program provides free or discounted tickets to families all throughout Lane County. If you would like more information, or if you know of a local non-profit that would like to be a part of our Community Tickets Program, please feel free to contact us at HultEducation@eugene-or.gov.
Community Partner Highlight
The Hult Center works with local organizations to create enriching opportunities in our communities. Our Community Partners have helped us to offer everything from book clubs to writing workshops to screen-printing tutorials. If you are interested in collaborating on a community program, please reach out to HultEducation@eugene-or.gov.
Last fall, the Hult Center through our Hult Presents program collaborated with Threadbare and the Eugene Public Library to host a Teen Poster Competition. The winning design was used for the production of Manual Cinema’s Frankenstein and Threadbare printed a small batch of posters. Our winning designer got a hands-on lesson from Threadbare screen printers and two free tickets to attend the production of Frankenstein.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SERIES
The Hult Center is proud to partner with a number of incredible local organizations and businesses around our National Geographic Live series to help bring awareness about local environmental issues. Partners include:
- McKenzie River Trust
- Cascades Raptor Center
- Save the Oregon Dunes
- Oregon Wild
- Museum of Natural and Cultural History
- Friends of Trees
- Lane Community College
- Master Recyclers
- Rivers to Ridges Partnership
- Walama Restoration Project
- Boy Scouts of America – Oregon Trail Council
- Marley’s Monsters
- Eugene Science Center
- Master Recyclers
- City of Eugene Parks and Open Space
Did you miss the Hult Happy Hours? Or do you want to rewatch some of your favorite performances? Check out some of our previously recorded performances on our Youtube page.
Be sure to check back on this page for future shows and livestreamed events!