Aurobora Press

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Aurobora is an invitational fine art studio that publishes unique works by artists of regional, national and international reputations and exhibits regularly changing shows of works created by artists during residencies.

At the outset (1993-2010), Aurobora Press was dedicated exclusively to the monotype medium. Over the years, invited artists used the intaglio press as one of many tools to create new works on paper. Inevitably, the monotype process became a springboard for each artist in their creative exploration.[1]

Location

370 Brannon Street, San Francisco

Contact Information

http://www.aurobora.com/
(415) 546-7880
monotype@aurobora.com

Founders

Michael Liener

Dates of Operation

1993-present

Type of Space

Fine art studio and artist residency

Community Served

artists of regional, national and international reputations

Additional Information and Resources

List of Represented Artists

About this Article

This article was originally created as part of SOMArts Cultural Center's Making a Scene: 50 Years of Alternative Bay Area Spaces. To learn how to add or edit content please visit the Bay Area Society for Art & Activism's online History Collection Lab.

Sources

  1. http://www.aurobora.com/sample-page/, 6-25-15