Hoboken public art
Hoboken residents and visitors are invited to experience an immersive outdoor public art installation of four sculptures by renowned artist Tom Fruin.
The four sculptures are collectively called Home in Hoboken and include the Hi-5 House at Sinatra Park Amphitheatre; Street Ministry at Monroe Center Plaza, and two Icon Camp Houses at Church Square Park.
Join the Hoboken Business Alliance and Tom Fruin on Sunday, March 19th at 3pm for the grand finale Closing Walking Tour and Artist Talk. The tour includes a visit led by the artist to the four-sculpture collective beginning at Monroe Center Plaza, walking to Church Square Park, and will conclude at with sunset views at Sinatra Park Amphitheatre.
“I love to reach the most diverse audience possible, and Hoboken is the perfect setting for a very diverse group of people going about their days,” Fruin said, adding that Hoboken’s walkable community with many public parks and plazas, and all of the “cultural offerings you’d expect in this urban and engaged family-friendly community” make Hoboken the ideal spot for public art. Fruin also extolled the virtues of it having “the best views which affords the most amazing backdrops for the artworks!”