In 2020, Windowfront Exhibitions was developed in the darkest winter days of the pandemic as an initiative to support local artists and bring the vitality of art to the heart of Eugene. The goal of the project was to partner with downtown property managers to transform vacant storefronts into temporary galleries and installation spaces for local artists and arts organizations to present their work.
After more than three years, the program has met great success. This winter 2024 exhibition will be the last to utilize empty storefronts as we change course and secure new permanent public locations throughout the downtown area that have rotational exhibition opportunities for local, regional and national artists.
Celebrate Women’s History month with the "Brilliant & Resilient” pop-up gallery during the First Friday ArtWalk on March 1. Curated by Mobility International USA, this exhibit is a collection of professional photographs featuring the personal stories of 30 women with disabilities who have made positive impacts on the world. Step inside Windowfront Exhibitions and experience this important body of portraits of international women leaders. The First Friday ArtWalk is a self-guided tour. Start at the Farmers Market Pavilion, 80 E. 8th Ave. to pick up your ArtWalk guide and Windowfront Exhibitions card with art installation map.