Joshua Hosterman earned his BFA in sculpture at Minneapolis College of Art and Design and has additionally studied social sciences and economics. He comes from a family of technical types and has been making objects by hand and machine his whole life.
Josh practices visual and community art. He has managed a non-profit teaching wood shop, worked in the preservation bindery at a large public library, hosted custom sextoy crafting workshops, opened an anarchist community center, and received several public art grants. Nowadays, he mostly enjoys drawing, documentary photography, and helping others create objects and situations.
In addition to reinventing the contemporary arts institution, he currently co-directs the Visitor Center Artist Camp and is apprenticing to tattoo at NoCo Studio Tattoo in Loveland, CO.
He is an enthusiast of the precision of the human hand, eye, and intuition.