Artist Susan Leibovitz Steinman creates large scale public installations with multiple stakeholder participation to address ecological, social and economic concerns and community-voiced needs.
Based in CA, she is an “itinerant social sculptor,” who travels globally to create street front, temporal, improvisational, performative artworks.
Her EOE Projects (equal opportunity eating) model low cost green techniques and social strategies on public land for public use, food rights, natural asset protection, bioremediation, ecological revitalization and tourism for clean local survival.
Select awards: National Park Service Art & Community Landscapes residency; San Francisco Potrero Nuevo Fund Prize.
WEAD-Women Environmental Artists Directory–cofounder, Director, Magazine founder and editor.
MFA, High Distinction in Sculpture, California College of Art, Oakland/San Francisco.