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Josiah Golson is the Programs Director at Stove Works. Through his practices as an artist, lawyer, and the founder of 800 Collective, Golson explores the possibilities of art as a means of civic engagement and dialogue. Golson’s art workshops and projects reveal communities’ complexities and reveal patterns, connections, and ideas that are often overlooked. Golson is the author of The Souls of Free Folk (Polyphemus Press, 2018), a genre-blending story inspired by the legacy of Black art and activism, and his current work explores the role of popular music in the construction of identity and definition of belonging.
November 18, 2021 – January 9, 2022