We are very pleased to welcome nationally-renowned conceptual artist, social sculptor, and eco-feminist activist, Susan Leibovitz Steinman as our guest artist for the for the Fall 2013 MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts residency in Port Townsend, Washington. This event is free and open to the public.
Steinman produces large-scale green “artscapes” involving diverse stakeholder participation. Exhibited globally, her art models public and personal ecological strategies: organic gardens, slow food, community revitalization, native plants, natural assets conservation, and even green tourism.
Concurrently, Steinman produces museum and gallery work in multiple media using salvage and organic materials. She is co-founder of WEAD—Women Environmental Artists Directory, and edits its online magazine. A prominent lecturer and writer, Steinman has contributed to several books, including Suzanne Lacy’s seminal Mapping the Terrain, New Genre Art.
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