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Stayin' Alive 

When: May 9-July 26 2014
Price: Free admission
Call her an environmental activist, a peace-maker or a contemporary artist, but Aurora Robson is also a lover of plastics. For her multi-media installations, she gives the material a significant role in addressing issues related to both human consciousness and the environment. According to information on the exhibit, the title is “asking us to consider what exactly staying alive on earth entails.” Her usage of plastics and other debris should leave us contemplating what we consume on a daily basis and how our decisions will affect future generations. It’s a powerful concept, but one that is delivered through whimsical, beautifully executed work that makes you rethink the usage of plastic. Opening reception on May 9, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. (Anita Overcash)

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