Party affiliation: Republican
Robin Robertson Salmon, museum curator, editor. Certified American Society Appraisers, 1999. Named Young Career Woman Business & Professional Women, 1977-1978, Career Woman of Year, 1989-1990; recipient Inaugural Brookgreen Culture award, Brookgreen Gardens, 2005; research fellow Waccamaw Center History & Cultural Studies, Coastal Carolina University, since 1993.
Historian & archivist Brookgreen Gardens, Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, 1975—1997, editor publication, 1978—1996, vice president academic affairs, current collections, 1990—1995, vice president collections, curator of sculpture, since 1995. Sculpture consultant South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, 1984. Member founding committee Georgetown (South Carolina) County Arts Council, 1987-1988.
Regional advisor South Carolina Arts Commission, Columbia, 1987. Developer museum education programs, 1981. Advisor United States Mint, State Quarters Project & medallic art projects, since 2002.
Advisor South Carolina ETV Art Website for Schools, since 2002. Board directors South Carolina Arts Alliance, since 2006.
- Brookgreen Gardens (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))
- Brookgreen Gardens evolved into the cultural attraction it is today from its beginning in 1930 as a winter home for philanthropist Archer Milton Huntington and his wife, sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington.
- Sculpture of Brookgreen Gardens (Images of America)
- Brookgreen Gardens’ expansive property exhibits the finest outdoor collection of American figurative sculpture in the world.
Member South Carolina Abandoned Cultural Property Board, 1992, South Carolina Save Outdoor Sculpture Project advisory board, 1993. Member American Association Museum (Southeast museum conference, education committee, chair SEMC curators committee since 1993), National Sculpture Society (board directors 1996-2006, editorial board Sculpture Review magazine, since 1996, member exhibitions committee, since 1997, chair exhibitions committee, 1997-2004, since 2006, advisory board directors, since 2006, Allied Professional member, 1991, Sculpture House Annual award, 2007), South Carolina Federation Museum.
1975 - 1997
1978 - 1996