HUBweek’s most eye-catching art exhibitions are now on display

And you can see them all for free.

A woman stops to take a photo of the feature wall painted by Okuda San Miguel inside HUBweek.

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HUBweek 2018 kicked off throughout Boston on Monday, and by Wednesday, the festival’s “HUB” at City Hall Plaza was filled with splashes of color as the event’s exhibitions officially opened to the public. Shipping containers now sit awash in lush reds, blues, and greens, tagged by graffiti artists both local and international.

At this festival of the future, you’ll find innovative and enthralling installations, from a “remote reality residency” that bathes viewers in a a sea of white to a tangible “Neon Demon Crystal Cave” with enough vibrant hues and oddball shapes to keep even a toddler art critic’s attention.


Here are some of the highlights of the art on display at HUBweek 2018.

A mural by Adam O’Day on shipping containers is part of the public art exhibition “We the Future” during HUBweek at City Hall Plaza.

A container mural by Sneha Shrestha is also part of “We The Future” at City Hall Plaza.

Featured artist Okuda San Miguel’s container mural is on display.

Visit City Hall Plaza to see the container mural by artist Deme Phive.

Artist Benjamin Stabbings’ container mural is awash with blues.

Daniel Alexander Smith of works on art installation “Remote Reality Residency,” which is part of “We the Future.”

Lucy Schwartz, 2, admires an art installation titled “Neon Dream Crystal Cave” while visiting “We The Future.”

Jose Ramos of Osram demonstrates a Human Centric Lighting chair during HUBweek at City Hall Plaza.

Visitors take part in “Cosmic Meditation” in the Immersive Dome during HUBweek at City Hall Plaza.