Hub City Humanities
Hub City Humanities celebrates New Brunswick's CREATIVITY, CULTURE, and COMMUNITY!
Empowering our neighborhoods through the arts, and arts education, and by supporting these efforts in all forms, the City initiatives are designed to contribute to the quality of life for all residents, thereby enhancing economic and community development within our City.
Pictured above: Mural "Raritan River Ways," by Leon Rainbow.
Located in Elmer B. Boyd Park on the Raritan River, created in partnership with the City of New Brunswick. The mural was created in response to oral histories and community discussions related to personal experiences with the Raritan River. Completed in October 2019.
Pictured below: Mural theme "It is better to light a candle then to curse the darkness," series by RH DOAZ.
Located in Alice Jennings Archibald Park in New Brunswick, created in partnership with the City of New Brunswick. This mural series serves as a legacy piece between Alice Jennings Archibald and the students of McKinley Community School. The series is in response to oral histories and interviews, and archive research with support from the New Brunswick Free Public Library and Scarlet & Black of Rutgers University. Completed in October 2020.