It’s that time again, folks! Organizers of the sixth annual Eureka Street Art Festival are gearing up to bring a much-needed dose of color to the drab walls of Broadway.

There are 20 murals planned for this year’s festival. Where is all the art happening, you ask? Keep scrolling for a map of the mural locations along the southern Highway 101 corridor and more information about the painters who will be spreading art and color throughout our fair city.


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Press release from the Eureka Street Art Festival:

This July 31st - August 5th, the Eureka Street Art Festival will be bringing 20 new murals to South Broadway and the 101!

2023 Mural Artists

This year we are welcoming artists from around the corner and around the world. The 2023 Artists include: 

  • Laci Dane - Weott, CA
  • Blake Reagan - Loleta, CA
  • CALANGOSS (Eder Muniz) - Rochester, NY
  • Ripe Mind (Tony Diaz) - Arcata, CA
  • ORLUarts - Oakland, CA
  • Fasm - Modesto, CA
  • REBOUND - Arcata, CA
  • Caitlin McDonagh - Victoria, BC, Canada
  • Ekosaurio - Santurce, Puerto Rico
  • Josh Overington - Arcata, CA
  • Edin + Ben Goulart - Bayside, CA
  • Ladi Ladines - Humboldt County, CA
  • Tamzen Fox - Humboldt County, CA
  • Aerosol Kingdom - Rochester, NY
  • Miles Toland - Nevada City, CA
  • LEHO - Tainan City, Taiwan
  • Kay Lopez - Eureka, CA
  • Mark Worst - Los Angeles, CA
  • Zoë Gelfant - Montreal, QC, Canada

For the week of the Festival, these artists will be painting murals along the 101 and South Broadway, from D Street all the way to the Herrick Overpass. As always, we are featuring a strong group of local artists, including a number of painters who participated in the ESAF Mural Apprentice Program in past years. And this year we are excited to be welcoming international artists again, with muralists coming from as far as Canada, Puerto Rico, and Taiwan to spread some color in Eureka.
You can find examples of all of the artists work on our social media (@EurekaStreetArtFestival) and our website (

How to Enjoy the Festival

  • Drive + walk around the Festival area during the week – Grab a map from our website, the Eureka Visitor Center, Humboldt Cider Company or Festival HQ (located at Papa + Barkley).
  • Daily Art Talks – at 5:30pm This year we will be organizing more in-depth Art Talks each day. Check our website and social media for the schedule and locations.
  • Support the Broadway businesses while you’re out! – Let’s show some love to our local businesses throughout the week.
  • Attend the Block Party on Saturday, August 5th from 12-6, under the Samoa Bridge – Enjoy the huge beer garden, listen to live music, eat tons of good food, watch artists work, shop from local vendors, and meet the mural artists!

The Eureka Street Art Festival’s mission is to create intentional, accessible art that enlivens public spaces, stimulates community revitalization, and attracts visitors to Eureka. ESAF is a Dreammaker Project of the Ink People Center for the Arts.