The City of Kettering Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department re-opening information can be found at playkettering.org/covid19

(8/6/2020) Please note: updates on re-opening additional spaces and services available now.

UPCOMING EXHIBITION

 Rosewood Gallery has reopened to the public! Please see upcoming exhibitions, updated hours and safety information below and on our upcoming gallery season page. In the meantime, we're excited to welcome you to our virtual gallery.

On view through August 7
ARTHUR KETTNER (Dayton, OH), CERAMICS
MARK FLAKE (Statesville, NC), PAINTING

July 6 - August 9
Nicki Strouss (Dayton,OH) – Postponed until further notice
Chris Maddox (Philadelphia, PA) – Postponed until further notice

August 17 – September 25
HWD 2020 Invitational Sculpture Exhibition
HWD (Height, Width, Depth) is an annual exhibition of three-dimensional work. This year, HWD will feature Dayton-area artists that have participated in exhibitions at Rosewood Gallery and with the public art program within the past ten years.  HWD will take place both in-person at Rosewood Gallery, as well as be available for viewing in a virtual gallery on www.playketteringoh.org/gallery.

Artist awards are presented by the Joan W. McCoy Memorial Art Fund, including three awards totally $600 for the Virginia Krause Hess Award for Excellence in Sculpture and a $150 People’s Choice Award.

October 5 – November 13
Lori Kella (Cleveland, OH) Erie: Lost and Found
Artist Closing Reception: November 13
Artist Workshop: November 14

In Erie: Lost and Found, Lori Kella explores historical, environmental, and personal connections to her home on the Great Lakes. The resulting photographs are a tableau of the changing ecology of the lake and its shores. “Together these photographic works investigate loss due to pervasive environmental threats, while offering a moment of reflection and renewed discovery.” Lori Kella, Erie: Lost and Found is supported in part by a grant from FotoFocus.

NOVEMBER 22– JANUARY 3
ERIN HOLSCHER ALMAZAN (Oakwood)
&
KATE SNOW (Cleveland)

almazanErin Holscher Almazan’s presents a series of linoleum cut prints and paintings that “explore the depths of women’s relationships with one self and one another.”

Kate Snow “tackles the tenuous world of order and chaos and the desire to control the uncontrollable” with her gouache and print-making ink paintings.

COVID-19 Safety Information and Facility Hours:

Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm

2nd and 4th Saturdays, 9 am – 3 pm

Patrons may enter Rosewood through the Main Front Door Entrance (by the flag pole) or at the Accessibility Doors on the North side of the building.  A key to the gallery must be checked out in the front office.

Six patrons will be permitted in the gallery at any one time.

Patrons are requested to keep gallery doors closed while they are viewing the exhibitions.

  • Do not use the Rosewood facility if you have symptoms of COVID-19
  • By order of the Ohio Department of Health, patrons are required to wear a facial covering when in common areas. A covering will be provided by Rosewood staff if requested.
  • Maintain 6 feet physical distance from other individuals
  • Clean all equipment after each use
  • Sanitize hands regularly
  • Do not move tables, chairs or equipment
  • Do not use equipment that has been unplugged to allow for distancing
  • Limit time spent socializing
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