Ann Rosenthal brings to communities over 30 years experience as an artist, educator, and writer. Her art installations address the local manifestation of global concerns, including climate change, food safety, nuclear waste, migration and extinction. Her work, in collaboration with Steffi Domike, has been shown across the U.S. and internationally.
Ann's essays and work on eco/ community art have been published in several journals and anthologies, and she recently co-authored a series of articles on Art and Feminism through the online art journal, Pittsburgh Articulate.
She teaches foundations, art history, and environmental art courses on-ground and online. In 2016, she initiated and is directing LUNA (Learning Urban Nature through Art), an ecoliteracy and art after-school program in Pittsburgh, funded through a Remake Learning grant from The Sprout Fund. She received her MFA from Carnegie Mellon University in 1999.