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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.


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:

Hult Center Community Tickets Program

Hult Center for the Performing Arts distributes free or subsidized tickets to community organizations serving populations lacking adequate access to the performing arts. Program participants include nonprofit organizations focusing on youth development, social services, persons with disabilities, individuals with fixed incomes, or other groups that, for a variety of reasons, do not have regular opportunities to experience high quality performing arts.

An organization must submit an application to become an official partner in the Community Tickets program. Organizations accepted into the program will receive regular communications about performances available for Community Tickets.  

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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. We have collaborated with the following Community Partners:

  • Eugene Public Library
  • Threadbare
  • Wordcrafters

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


Hult Center Community Resource Group

The Hult Center for the Performing Arts 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.

This is a new initiative, and we are thrilled to build this program, implement changes and grow with this group. Applications are currently closed. If you are interested in being notified when applications open up, please email our Education and Community Engagement team at Thank you!

Hult Spotlight

The Hult Center is excited to announce the Hult Spotlight, an ongoing platform to highlight and support all the incredible artists and creators in our community. In the last two years, we hosted two Stay at Home Talent Shows where we got to see our community members amazing talents, and we want to keep the fun going. The Hult Spotlight is solely to elevate artists. No competition, just celebration! We want to see all types of art- music, dance, content creation, hyper-realistic cakes, visual art, poetry. Anything goes!

Learn more about how this new platform works and how to submit your entries below.

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