Voces Unidas is a work of art
Anderson Ranch Arts Center and artist Bunny Brunson have partnered to artistically showcase Voces Unidas. The banner is displayed at 312 E Hyman Avenue in Aspen. The installation will be at this location through the Spring of 2021. The art installation is part of a community-based public art initiative supported by the City of Aspen and Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Voces Unidas was one of seven local organizations highlighted in this project.
This initiative is exciting because it brings visibility to our mission; Latinas and Latinos are thriving, engaged, and leading in all our Roaring Fork Valley communities, including Pitkin County.
Bunny Burson is a world-class artist who resides in our community. Ms. Burson demonstrates her passion for the community in the banner that is centrally located in Aspen. The art installation could not have been done without Bunny Burson and the support of Anderson Ranch Arts Center. This multi-issue art program is a unique opportunity for Voces Unidas to showcase our mission to a wider audience.
Each of the seven art installations encourages exploration of topics that impact our community, such as immigration, politics, LGBTQ issues, and the environment. The art activations are in outdoor locations around the town of Aspen.
To learn more about the Anderson Ranch Arts Center, visit their website.
About the Artist Bunny Burson:
Bunny Burson received a BA in French from Tulane University, which included a year at the Sorbonne in Paris. She then studied at the Memphis College of Art, where she earned a BFA in printmaking. Burson earned her MFA in printmaking and drawing from Washington University in St. Louis. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in St. Louis, New York, Memphis, Nashville, Colorado, and Leipzig, Germany. Recent awards include an artist residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris and the Washington University School of Art Award for Distinction. She is represented by Bruno David Gallery in St. Louis. Burson serves on the National Councils of the Washington University Sam Fox School of Art and the Gephardt Institute for Public Service and the board of trustees of Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass, Colorado, the advisory council of Dieu Donné in New York.