Neil Horsky is a community artist, educator, musician, and amateur people’s art historian working to cultivate creativity and solidarity among the young and young at heart. He creates clever and biting studio art and public art to protest injustice and to envision a more just world. He develops educational workshops and courses that empower communities by promoting critical thinking, collaboration, and dialogue through the arts. He researches and writes about the work of creative activists in Boston and beyond, past and present, to remind us all of the power artists can wield in the ongoing struggle for social change.
Horsky has collaborated with numerous artists and institutions in Boston on a variety of community art and performing arts projects.