When visiting Humboldt, you can expect to have a positive and engaging experience. The artwork in the city shows history, local life, and cultures in various murals and sculptures. Welcome to Humboldt and enjoy our wonderful artwork!
Sincere thanks to the many sponsors, volunteers, partners and agencies that support the development of public art in the community.
Reconciliation Mural by Kevin PeeAce
A Reconciliation mural was designed by Kevin PeeAce with inspiration from 185 students at the four local schools.
This collaboration was funded through a Development Grant from Sask Arts. Students also painted portions of the mural in June. A ceremony was held on June 21. Thanks to Elder Stuart Bitternose for his Blessing, Harold Littletent for sharing traditional dances, and to Bryan McNabb of Horizon School Division for helping to coordinate the ceremony. Thanks also to Public Art Chair Barrie Broad for being the MC, and to Kevin PeeAce for sharing his personal story about the mural and Reconciliation.
We are appreciative of the support of the schools in Humboldt, and specifically Cathy Korte-Monz, Jackie Bay, Celeste Leray-Leicht and Chloe Monz for coordinating the painting by their students.
Mayor Michael Behiel, artist Kevin PeeAce, Director Jennifer Fitzpatrick, and Superintendent of Indigenous Education Bryan McNabb with students at the Reconciliation Mural Ceremony on National Indigenous Peoples Day – June 21, 2022, Humboldt City Hall
Old Saskatchewan by Urban Lukan
Take a tour of Old Saskatchewan with the series of 12 Urban Lukan murals throughout the Humboldt Downtown Business Improvement District! Each unique silhouette tells about a different part of life in the past, all from drawings by local artist Urban Lukan.
Print out the brochure and map and enjoy exploring!
The city has a selection of distinctive murals, including the Our Humboldt mosaic which was part of the Canada 150 Mural Mosaic project across the country.
Sculptures and Morse Code Messages
View the artwork that shares more stories of the community.
Catherine Weldon sent the first telegraph in August 1878. Watch for a series of telegraph messages on the sidewalks of Humboldt each summer.
The Public Art committee continues to look for new ways to infuse art into the city. Please contact us if you wish to create a work of art, or would like art added to your building or site! If you would like to help support the creation of public art, please click on the Support Us button or contact us to make a tax deductible donation towards an upcoming community project.