KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE!
Rock Rose Gallery introduces The Folk Tree Collection
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Grateful to street artist John Zender for giving the Rock Rose Gallery sign a 2018 surprise Face Lift!
Rock Rose to participate in the Highland Park Heritage Trust 35th Anniversary Celebration, Sunday, March 18, 2018, 10am - 5pm at Abbey San Encino, 6211 Arroyo Glen Street in historic Highland Park. We'll feature the Folk Tree Collection.
Rock Rose working with the Lummis Days Community Foundation
Rock Rose Gallery is proud to introduce "The Folk Tree" art collection curated by founder/owner Rocky Behr who passed away in 2016. Rock Rose is committed to continuing her legacy, offering an incredibly beautiful array of authentic Mexican and Latin American folk art hand picked by "Rocky, who was an intrepid traveler, writer, collector and staunch supporter of artists and artisans, an important pillar in folk art in the country.” Friend, Victor Solis In addition to art, we will provide folk art workshops and conversations with local and guest artists, becoming a welcoming destination for visiting artists, students and community to enjoy and study all that comes with creating Folk Art.
A multi-cultural Arts Incubator for the Visual and Performing Arts, Rock Rose has provided an inviting and safe space for youth, neighbors and local artists to explore their creativity since opening August of 2000.
For information: call Producer/Director, Rosamaria Marquez at (323) 635-9125
email: email@example.com Located at 4108 N. Figueroa St., Historic Highland Park, CA 90065.
Rochalinne "Rocky" Behr 1929 - 2016
Founder, Owner of The Folk Tree
- *California Arts Council 2016-18 -LACity - Councilman Gil Cedillo
*Marquez Family *Magdalena Alba
*Suzie Hsi *Renee Quinn *Armando Zubia/Passages Ent.
*Paul & Darenka Postal *Dr. Martina Ayala *Maydy Bran-Orona *Olga Hall
*Mary Fitzpatrick *Britta Couris *Carmela Gomes
Youth Arts Internship Program 2017-2018
Now in our 3rd year, we work with seniors from Academia Avance Charter High School:
Thank you to the California Arts Council
for awarding Rock Rose Gallery a 2016-18 Cultural Pathways Grant.
A new category designed to support small and grassroots organizations. We look forward to informing you of future Visual and Performing Arts Programs and Workshops for Youth. Thank you to our Fiscal Receiver - Latino Arts Network
MISSION: Bridging Communities through the Arts. Continuing the legacy of mentor,
C. Bernard "Jack" Jackson, co-founder of the Inner City Cultural Center.
To be continued...
Rosamaria Marquez and our community of Artists and Friends
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