Awards and Honors

  • 2013, Red Boat included in permanent collection of contemporary art, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA
  • 2011, Winner Best of Festival (experimental) 30th Black Maria Film + Video Festival, U.S.A. touring program (The Garden)
  • 2010, Winner best experimental film, The Light Factory Filmmakers Showcase, Charlotte, NC, (Charades)
  • 2010, inclusion in Volume 18 of the Journal of Short Film, 2010 (Sebastian)
  • 2009, Inclusion in Volume 16 of the Journal of Short Film,  (Pledge)
  • 2008, 1st prize Oblò Film Festival, Switzerland (Sebastian)
  • 2008, Mary and John Khosh Award, 51st Chautauqua National Exhibition of American Art (Outlaw)
  • 2007, Directors Choice, Black Maria Film/Video Festival (Pledge)
  • 2005, Inclusion in Volume 1 of the Journal of Short Film (Sigh)
  • 2005, Directors Citation, Black Maria Film/Video Festival (Sigh)
  •  2004, Fellowship, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study 
  • 2004, LEF Moving Image grant
  • 2003, Directors Citation, Black Maria Film/Video Festival, (Skip)
  • 2002, Directors Citation, Black Maria Film/Video Festival, (Black Water)
  • 2001, Massachusetts Cultural Council Media Fellowship
  • 2000, Honorable Mention, New England Film /Video Festival, (Field Far Away)
  •  1999, Directors Citation, Black Maria Film/Video Festival, (boy running)
  •  1999, Grand Prize, XX VideoArt Festival, Locarno, Switzerland, (boy running)
  • 1999, Arts Lottery Grant, Somerville Arts Council, Massachusetts Cultural Council,

Ann Steuernagel is an experimental filmmaker and sound artist. She works with found materials - old 16mm home movies and records - as well as original footage and field recordings. Her films have been shown at festivals and galleries throughout the United States including Boston, New York, and San Francisco as well as in Canada, Mexico, and Europe.

Ann is the recipient of a Locarno Video Art Prize, a Somerville Arts Lottery grant, a Massachusetts Cultural Council Media Fellowship and a LEF grant and was a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. In 2011, her film The Garden won Best of Festival (experimental) at the 30th Black Maria Film Festival. In, 2013, her video Red Boat was included in the permanent collection of the Worcester Museum of Art, Worcester, MA.

In 2015, her work was presented in group shows at the Brattleboro Museum & Arts Center, Vermont and the Chautauqua Institute, Chautauqua, New York. 

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