Neil Horsky is a community artist and educator based in Boston. His interdisciplinary work promotes dialogue, facilitates collective creative action, and addresses social issues through public intervention art, interactive and participatory art installation, collaborative arts-based games, and arts-integrated curricula.
Horsky has taught courses for teens at Boston Center for the Arts, Urbano Project, Upward Bound at Roxbury Community College, and the Urban Scholars program at U-Mass Boston. He’s led creativity and collaboration workshops with children at the Community Art Center, teens at NuVu Studio at MIT, undergraduates at U-Mass Boston, artists and educators at Creative Union, and designers at Reebok’s Advanced Concepts department. He’s received public art commissions from First Night Boston, The Boston Book Festival, The Wooly Fair, and others, and has lectured on his public art and education practice at New England Foundation for the Arts, Lesley University, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Haley House, Old South Meeting House and elsewhere. He received his BA in Art from U-Mass Boston and his MEd in Community Art and Education from Lesley University.