Discover Art Costa’s ‘Sounds Deep’ at BMAC, showcasing mystical deep-sea creatures in art. Join the talk on Dec. 14 for an immersive experience.
Aurora Robson, whose innovative works made of plastic debris are currently on view in the BMAC exhibition HUMAN NATURE WALK, discusses her artmaking life and career with Curator Katie Gass Stowe. The recipient of BMAC’s inaugural Award for Service to Art & Humanity, Robson has inspired countless people to not discard their bottle caps—and instead to bring them to BMAC as contributions to the pieces in her exhibition.
Born in Toronto and raised in Hawaii, Robson studied art history and visual art at Columbia University. Her sculptures have been exhibited and collected internationally, and she has been awarded grants and fellowships from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York Foundation for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts, among other institutions. After living and working in New York City for two decades, Robson now resides in the Hudson Valley.
AURORA ROBSON: HUMAN NATURE WALK is supported by the Wolf Kahn Foundation, subLyme payments, Kim Benzel and Bruce Campbell, Jennifer Carter, Laurie and Thomas Fusco Charitable Fund, Nelson and Penny Rohrbach, and Wendy Stowe.
Registration optional; walk-ins welcome.
To register, call 802-257-0124 x101 or visit: https://www.brattleboromuseum.org/2023/10/04/artist-talk-aurora-robson/