KCI Gallery

The KCI gallery is located in the lower level of the building,
and is open for the viewing of exhibited work during our regular hours of operation.

CURRENT EXHIBITION

Italian Hours: Autumn in Florence:
An exhibition from Foothill-De Anza Campus Abroad 2015

May 16 to September 30, 2016

Sunset over Florence

Opening Reception

“Florence Campus Abroad”
slide show presentation
Monday, May 16th
6:00 – 8:00 pm

KCI Gallery
Full resolution photos available.

Contact: Kate Jordahl
Email:
Phone: (650) 949-7318

Foothill College and the Photography Department presents Italian Hours: Autumn in Florence: An exhibition from Foothill-De Anza Campus Abroad 2015. This show features the work of students from the Fall 2015 Campus Abroad Program in Florence, Italy lead by Kate Jordahl and Scott Lankford. The photographs being presented were completed under the direction of Kate Jordahl, Professor of Photography.

Exhibiting Photographers include: Sheila Botein, Cathy Cakebread, Susan Carnahan, Sandy Carnahan, Lisa D’Alessandro, Michelle Danese, Sassan Hazeghi, Deb Hayes, Bob Hills, Kyle Huribut, Kate Jordahl, Geir Jordahl, Amber Kang, Talia Macbeth, Kathy McGovern, David Milgram, Alan Rubinstein, Jim Smith, Joan Sperans, Diana Weir, and Nicole Wemyss.

Location

Foothill College

Krause Center for Innovation (KCI) Gallery- Lower Level
12345 El Monte Road, Building 4000
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022

Use Parking Lot 4. Parking is $3.00. Use quarters or $1 bills only. Disabled Parking in Lot 4-B.
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Gallery Hours

Spring Schedule

Monday – Thursday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Closed Sunday and holidays

PAST EXHIBITIONS

Philip Arneill & James Catchpole: “Tokyo Jazz Joints”

March 29th to May 7th, 2016

Tokyo Jazz Joints

Tokyo Jazz Joints is a visual chronicle of the world of Japanese jazz cafes and bars, which are often hidden, insular worlds where time ceases to exist; spaces removed from the speed and chaos of the modern urban landscape. Tokyo Jazz Joints is an attempt to capture and preserve, if only fleetingly, the transient beauty of these spaces.Photographed by Northern Irish photographer, Philip Arneill, in collaboration with DJ, blogger and researcher, James Catchpole, Tokyo Jazz Joints will be showing at the Krause Center for Innovation from March 29th until May 7th.

To find out more about the project, visit tokyojazzjoints.com and follow @tokyojazzjoints on Twitter.

Visit the Gallery Archives page for information on past exhitibions.