Join us for the second in a series of conversations in the galleries of the Ogden Museum of Southern Art with Level Artist Collective Member, Carl Joe Williams. Carl Joe Williams is a contemporary African American artist known for his multimedia paintings, sculpture, installations and interdisciplinary works. He describes his works as “symphonies of colors” that present a powerful visual experience. Williams’ visual interpretations are enhanced by his vision of art and music as extensions of one another. An accomplished musician as well as a visual artist, Williams incorporates his musical compositions into videos and installations. Found objects play an important role in Williams’ works by becoming elements of a narrative continuum that address societal and historical concerns.