Galeria de la Rosa
Artes de la Rosa's dedication to preserving, promoting, and interpreting the art, life, and history of Latino culture for all manifests itself in an eclectic collection of exhibits. Noteworthy among these exhibits is the annual Dia de los Muertos art exhibit which brings together artists of all backgrounds to showcase art that is significant in the representation of this Latin American tradition. Under the stewardship of Artistic Director Adam Adolfo, the Galeria de la Rosa continues to expand its presentation of Art that Matters.
The Galeria de la Rosa is open Monday-Friday from 11:00am to 5:00pm and by special appointment. The gallery is closed on United States national holidays.
“Cuba: Histories of the Present”
Exploring daily life in modern Cuba.
The narrative images of Cubans in a period of rapid change.
A David LaFevor Exhibit
July 6 @ 6-8 pm Opening Reception
Exhibit runs from July 6 to August 3. Gallery hours weekdays, 9 am to 5 pm
A photographic journey that explores the daily life in modern Cuba through street photography and portraitures taken over a span of ten years. Photographer and scholar David LaFevor has been traveling to Havana since 2001 first as a student and then a researcher and photographer. Join us in the opening reception celebrating this exciting photographic journey on our Caribbean neighbor.