Stephen Ausherman (USA)

Stephen Ausherman

Stephen Ausherman served as Artist-in-Residence for Bernheim Forest (Kentucky, 2012), Atelier Beeldend Vermogen (Germany, 2011), Cape Cod National Seashore (Massachusetts, 2010), Blue Sky Project (Illinois, 2008), and Cornucopia Art Center (Minnesota, 2007). He was also the 2005 Writer-in-Residence for Bernheim Forest, Devils Tower National Monument, and Buffalo National River. Ausherman received a 2008 New Visions Award in experimental film from the New Mexico Film Office. The resulting video exhibition was featured in the 2009 LAND/ART program in Albuquerque, with selections included in the 2009 WPA Experimental Media Series at the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum.