Eugene Jeffrey "E.J." Gold (born 1941) is a multi-talented American spiritual teacher, artist, author, musician, video game designer, and comedian. He has worked with groups of students continuously since the 1960s in a large number of activities including art, music, dance, puppetry, comedy, writing, building, tree planting, gardening, gold mining, video gaming, numismatics, rare books, museums, public art auctions, midwifery, jewelry and public workshops. He is the founder of the Institute for the Development of the Harmonious Human Being.

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  • Eugene Jeffrey "E.J." Gold (born 1941) is a multi-talented American spiritual teacher, artist, author, musician, video game designer, and comedian. He has worked with groups of students continuously since the 1960s in a large number of activities including art, music, dance, puppetry, comedy, writing, building, tree planting, gardening, gold mining, video gaming, numismatics, rare books, museums, public art auctions, midwifery, jewelry and public workshops. He is the founder of the Institute for the Development of the Harmonious Human Being. Gold's large-scale JazzArt paintings have served as backdrops for Herbie Hancock, Wynton Marsalis, Nancy Wilson, Oscar Peterson, and Toots Thielemans. His artwork has appeared in the set of Sister, Sister, International Association for Jazz Education, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and other jazz venues. Gold has written and self published over 50 books. He is the founder of the Institute for the Development of the Harmonious Human Being. In addition to starting an online science fiction museum, he is a voting member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. His science fiction stories and articles have been published in a number of monthlies including Omni Magazine. In 1992 his artwork was part of a collaborative show with writer Margaret Randall at the Cedar Tavern in New York City. (en)
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