Patrons Circle

Support di Rosa and make new friends by joining the Patrons Circle, a group of contemporary art lovers whose philanthropic support makes di Rosas exhibitions and educational programs possible.

Members enjoy all the benefits of di Rosa membership and exclusive engagement opportunities including invitations to quarterly events, tours of private collections and artist studios, art-related travel opportunities, and more!

Vietnam War Memorial

Touring the Vietnam War Memorial with architect of record William Lecky

Past events have included visits to the studios of artists Ned Kahn and Bruce Beasley, a behind the scenes look at collections care at SF Art Conservation, and tours of private collections in Napa and Petaluma.

 

Levels of Support:
$1,500 – Single Member

$2,500 – Dual Member
$5,000 – Sustaining Member

Bruce Beasley

Sculptor Bruce Beasley explains his artistic practice during a studio visit

For more information, please contact Colleen Schulman, Director of Development,  (707) 226-5991 x19 or colleen@dirosaart.org, or click here to join now.

 

Check out our exciting events for Patrons Circle members:

Private Tour of Oliver Ranch

Oliver Ranch

Oliver Ranch is a world-class outdoor museum of site-specific installations in dialogue with the landscape. You’ll enjoy installations throughout the property including works by internationally-recognized artists such as Andy Goldsworthy, Ann Hamilton, Viola Frey, Martin Puryear, and Richard Serra.

Includes bus ride. The tour is approximately 2.5 hours and covers approximately 2.5 miles with 600 feet of elevation change. It can be likened to a light hike in the woods as the paths are unpaved. Participants are required to take the bus; Oliver Ranch will not permit individual cars at the ranch … Continue reading

Travel Trip: Contemporary Art Across Texas

 

Experience the work of Donald Judd and other modern art icons set against the rural landscape of Texas. See impressive private art collections in local residents’ homes. Explore contemporary art at the Rachofsky Warehouse during a private viewing... Continue Reading