Like so many arts organizations across the country, we at di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art have been deeply moved by the events of the past few weeks. We are revising our mission statement – to include community as an important part of who we serve and what we do – as we consider how an organization like ours can better address critical issues of systemic racism.
The arts have a unique ability to educate, to heal, to bring people together and to spark meaningful reflection and discourse.
di Rosa’s board and staff are committed to being ever more thoughtful in our work as we chart a course for the future of the organization. We stand unified in our belief that Black Lives Matter, and we are committed to continuing to showcase the work of new and underrepresented voices.
We invite you to join us on this journey, and we look forward to providing updates along the way. Please see our diversity + equity FAQ to learn more about how di Rosa is responding to calls for equality, justice, and fairness.
di Rosa Board of Directors and di Rosa Staff