Edie Steiner produces independent media art projects, which are exhibited in international film screenings, art galleries, and published in cultural texts. She teaches arts-based practices in Canadian college and university programs and holds a PhD in Environmental Studies ((York University, 2015).
Current work includes a digital film, Borderland Memories, collaborating with international scholars and cultural workers.
Edie Steiner’s award-winning films are screened at film festivals and in arts and education venues worldwide. Exhibitions include Arsenal Kino, Berlin; Banff Centre for the Arts; Cinematheque Ontario; Cinémathèque Québecois; Collective for Living Cinema, NYC; Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York; and international film festivals (see Film Pages on this site for detailed listings). Television
broadcasts include CBC, Women’s Television Network (WTN), Vision TV, MuchMusic and community cable. Her films have included her original music, collaborating with Canadian musicians Chip Yarwood, Michael Phillip Wojewoda, Malcolm Lewis, and Australian composers Daniel Rojas and Colin Offord.
Photographic collections and exhibitions include the National Gallery of Canadian Photography collection; Art Gallery of Ontario (New Portraits and Exposure); private and public collections (CV available for detailed list). Edie Steiner’s early music artist portraits are represented by Analogue Gallery, Toronto.
Professional associations include Association for Literature, Environment, and Culture in Canada (ALECC), Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN), the Film-Makers Cooperative (NYC), Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC), Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography, and V-Tape.