Napa’s di Rosa gallery closes following California wildfires

Napa di Rosa center

Mark di Suvero’s sculpture For Veronica (1987) photographed on October 10, 2017. Di Rosa staff is currently working with conservators to assess artworks that were affected by the smoke and determine the professional cleaning measures required.


NAPA, Calif.—Due to the recent Northern California wildfires, di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art in Napa is closed until further notice. This includes postponement of all events related to the upcoming exhibition Be Not Still: Living in Uncertain Times, including the press preview scheduled for November 2 and opening reception on November 4.

A notice about the rescheduled exhibition dates will be sent once they are determined. Di Rosa is closed until safety and conservation needs from the smoke are assessed.

For updates on the status of Be Not Still: Living in Uncertain Times, check the exhibition page on di Rosa’s website. Additional updates will be shared on di Rosa’s social media pages.

About di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art:

Di Rosa is a catalyst for transformative experiences with contemporary art of Northern California. The nonprofit art center presents dynamic exhibitions and educational programs for all ages and houses the foremost collection of contemporary Bay Area art in the world. A wide range of styles, media, and subject matter provide an overview of the creative energy and freedom to experiment that characterize this region of California. Di Rosa features three galleries, a sculpture park, a 35-acre lake, and a wildlife preserve, all located on 217 scenic acres in Napa Valley’s famed Carneros region. For more information, visit