Community Partners

di Rosa is proud to recognize the following outstanding partnering organizations:

Arts Council Napa Valley

Arts Council Napa Valley (ACNV) is a local arts agency connecting, advocating and leading the arts community in Napa Valley. Together, we promote common initiatives including visual arts education and encourage the hiring of Napa Valley artists through the Creative Directory platform. Past collaborations include a “Teaching Visual Literacy Workshop” co-sponsored by ACNV and the Napa Valley Unified School District (NVUSD), a 2019 Arts Crisis Response Training, and di Rosa Days. This year, ACNV is a partner of di Rosa’s pilot Community Murals Project.  Learn more

Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley inspires and enables all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens. di Rosa and the Boys & Girls Clubs are entering the third year of partnership on a project that encourages teens to explore art and artmaking techniques with Bay Area-based artists. Learn more

California College of the Arts

California College of the Arts (CCA) educates students to shape culture and society through the practice and critical study of art, architecture, design, and writing. During the 2018-2019 academic year, di Rosa hosted two faculty retreats. In fall 2020, we will culminate a long-term project related to di Rosa’s Winery lake and land with community arts chair Susanne Cockrell. Learn more

Community Resources for Children

Community Resources for Children (CRC) provides resources for the early care and education of children in Napa County. di Rosa is pleased to participate in CRC’s Active Minds early childhood learning program, providing occasional sessions for parents and their children off-site with art project supplies they can take home. Participants have the opportunity to visit for free with complimentary guest passes.  Learn more

Napa Valley College Performing Arts

Napa Valley College Theater Arts creates high-quality theater experiences on stage and in the classroom. Building on successful collaborations since 2017, Professor of Theater Arts/Performing Arts Coordinator and Artistic Director Jennifer King will direct a performance of The Tempest for Shakespeare Napa Valley at di Rosa in fall 2020.  Learn more

Napa County Library

The Napa County Library aims to enrich people’s lives with books and information. di Rosa is pleased to continue its second year of offering the free, intergenerational program interACTIVE at the Main Branch in conjunction with exhibitions on view. Library cardholders also receive complimentary admission to di Rosa’s early childhood literacy program, Short Stories. Learn more

Nimbus Arts

Nimbus Arts is dedicated to fostering creative expression, nurturing curiosity, innovating through collaboration, and building a sense of community. During di Rosa’s Days site-wide event, di Rosa’s outdoor studio is activated with hands-on workshops and activities facilitated by Nimbus Arts and their artists. Learn more 

Sonoma Community Center Ceramic Artist in Residence Program

The Ceramic Artist in Residence Program offers a self-directed emerging or established ceramic artist a supportive work environment to explore ideas and create a cohesive body of work. di Rosa provides a membership card to the artist so they may easily access the galleries for inspiration. In exchange, the artist is encouraged to create something inspired by a work on view, which can then be displayed in their culminating exhibition at the community center. Learn More

Sonoma Valley Regional Library

The Sonoma Regional Library brings information, ideas, and people together to build a stronger community. di Rosa replicated the successful interACTIVE program at Sonoma Regional Library in October 2019 and will do so again in 2020. Learn more


Previous partners have included Art Practical, KQED Education TV, Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, Visual Thinking Strategies, and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.