EUREKA, Calif. (KIEM) — The third annual Eureka Street Art Festival kicks off this upcoming Monday, and will be adding new murals and poetry installations to the Henderson Center neighborhood.
The week-long festival will feature all Humboldt County and California artists. It will include 12 new murals and 8 sidewalk poetry installations focusing primarily on E and F Streets between Henderson and Harris Streets.
Due to covid-19 and safety concerns, there will be no block party this year, but there are a few different ways you can still participate!
You can follow a self-guided walking tour, check out one of the daily live-streamed art walks on Facebook, or enjoy streaming content on the Eureka Street Art Festival’s Facebook and Instagram.
Remember to wear your mask, observe physical distancing guidelines, and stay home if you’re not feeling well.
Here is a full list of this year’s artists: Alme Allen (McKinleyville), Ashley Rose (Ferndale), Benjamin Goulart (Bayside), Carl Avery (Cottonwood), Ellie Gainey (Roseville), Gina Tuzzi (Blue Lake), James Carey (Huntington Beach), Jose Moreno (Eureka), Julian Lang (McKinleyville), Melitta Jackson (Mckinleyville), and Mir deSilva (Eureka).