Susan Leibovitz Steinman, Vol. 20 No. 1, 1991
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Susan Leibovitz Steinman

Susan Leibovitz Steinman recieved her MFA in High Distinction in Sculpture at California College of Art, Oakland/San Francisco. Based in California, she creates large scale public installations with multiple stakeholder participation to address ecological, social and economic concerns and community-voiced needs. She has been awarded the National Park Service Art & Community Landscapes residency as well as the San Francisco Potrero Nuevo Fund Prize. She is the co-founder and a director of WEAD (Women Environmental Artists Directory) and the founder and editor of WEAD Magazine.

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Cover, Vol. 20, No. 1, 1991
The crime of feminism is candor: women speaking out to represent themselves in a culture in which to be feminine is to be silent, demure, undemanding, to be the object not the subject, to be the passive not the active.