Aubrey Roemer was born in Rochester, NY. She received her BFA from Pratt Institute while working as an Americorps Scholar in the public education sector, and is currently pursuing her MFA at Pratt.
Post-undergrad, Roemer interned with NYC artists, galleries and worked as a journalist for Art Observed: specializing in covering the NYC auction seasons. She has attended residencies throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia.
Roemer has received grants from Pratt Institute, Do Your Part, Paddlers For Humanity, World Connect, and ARTwerk. She has exhibited throughout the USA and internationally, while garnering international press for her work. She has spoken at museums, schools and community
centers around the world about her work. Roemer’s projects span Nicaragua, Indonesia, Greece, India and the USA, often created in collaboration with NGO’s: La Isla Network addressing the CKDu epidemic, environmental initiatives as the Director of Art and Communications for Oceans Care, with Desmos and Metadrasi working on refugee relief and with I Was A Sari in India. Domestically, Roemer teamed up with New York Cares, Unicef, the Rural and Migrant Ministry and Wall Therapy bringing art and education to communities in New York State.