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Community Engagement Programs

Hult Center Community Resource Group

The Hult Center Community Resource Group creates and holds space for historically marginalized and/or underrepresented communities to gather and converse; empowering individuals to participate, share knowledge and support the art they want to experience; thereby making the Hult Center and the programs safe and accessible for all.

The Community Resource Group is currently accepting applications for the 2024-2026 seasons. If you have any questions about the group or application, please feel free to reach out to us at 

Applications are open through June 28th. 



Childrens Choir Festival gathered in Hult Center lobby

Community Conversations

Community Conversations are free non-ticketed events and podcast episodes inspired by Hult Presents shows. Our intention with these conversations is to go a little deeper by interviewing community members on subjects related to select performances and invite attendees to join in conversation. 

Please listen to our latest podcast episode inspired by the Changemaker Speaker series, we speak to two local changemakers about environmental pollution and the impact on the community of West Eugene. We will hear how Beyond Toxics partnered with Kalapuya High School to take positive actions towards sharing out information and processing trauma through the power of ART!


Passport to Adventure

Thank you to the incredible local organizations and businesses who tabled at our Changemaker Series to help spread awareness about local environmental issues. Prize packages were awarded to several community members who participated in the Passport to Adventure.

If your business or organization is interested in participating next year, please reach out to hulteducation@eugene.or-gov.

Check out this blog to learn about our 2024 Changemaker Partners

Special shout out to Kalapuya High School student artist who displayed their art. To learn more Project One: Data Graffiti


Show image for the Changemaker Speaker Series


Community Partner Highlight

The Hult Center works with local organizations to create enriching opportunities in our communities. We have worked with community partners to create everything from book clubs to workshops to backstage experiences.

Our latest community partner highlight is with Ophelia’s Place. OP is a nonprofit dedicated to empowering girls* ages 10-18. Girls today are dealing with so much. OP is here to support them, encourage them, guide them, and help them tap into their innate power so they can manage life’s challenges and thrive. OP youth had the opportunity to connect with Broadway’s Mean Girls performers through the  Community Conversation podcast and a Dance Masterclass. In addition, a group attended opening night through our Bridge to Broadway program.

If you are interested in collaborating on a community program, please reach out to

*How does OP define “girl?”