Philip Arneill & James Catchpole: “Tokyo Jazz Joints”
March 29th to May 7th, 2016
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.
Bill Owens “CARS: New Work From Vintage Negatives and Chromes”
June 17th to August 12th, 2015
“Cars” was photographed in the 1970’s and comprise rich color work as well as Owen’s signature black and white photographic style. “Cars” complements and supplements Owens’ “Suburbia,” which has been called one of the seminal photographic books of the Twentieth Century.
Collective Vision: The Foothill College Photographic Portfolio Exhibition
April 15 – June 1, 2015
Foothill College presents Collective Vision: The Foothill College Photographic Portfolio Exhibition. This show features the work of students completing the two quarter Photographic Portfolio/Professional Practices course, which is the capstone sequence for students who are completing their Associate Degree or Certificate in Photography at Foothill College. The photographs being presented were completed under the direction of Kate Jordahl, Professor of Photography.Exhibiting Photographers include: Diana K. Arreola, Carla Bohnett, Cathy Cakebread , Sanford Carnahan, Melissa Caudle, Agnes Charrel-Berthillier, Linda Chin, Todd Allen Christner, Celac Colvert, Lisa D’Alessandro, Farimehr Farahmand, Bruce Finocchio, Braulio Gonzalez, Laura Hofstadter, Betty Hsu, Masha Kitaigorodsky, Charlotta Kratz, Richard Kuenne, Rita Lane-Smith, Cambria Lowe, Kamil Madoo, Donovan Hathias, Bill Moy, Nasim Moghadam, Dee Rogers, Angelo Rolando, Tom Schmidt, John Trone, Teri Vershel, and Lucy Zhang.
Raúl Cañibano: Storyteller
January 21 – March 11, 2015
The KCI Gallery was pleased to present Raúl Cañibano: Storyteller, the first solo exhibition in the Western United States by internationally acclaimed Cuban photographer Raúl Cañibano. Based in Havana, Cañibano is a storyteller at heart, and uses the camera to narrate the story of his country, its people and their struggles in the post-revolution era. Through his series, Cañibano’s images tell the tales of everyday Cubans in the city (Chronicles of the City) and in the countryside (Guajira’s Land), and confront the loneliness and abandonment of ageing in Cuba (Sunset).
From the hectic streets of Old Havana to the tranquil shores of Myanmar’s Inle Lake; from mystic Roman ruins in Provence to the bustling new neighborhoods of Shanghai; from Boston Harbor to San Francisco Bay, Harlan Crowder captures photographs that give a unique and personal perspective to places, cultures, and people around the world. Wanderlust showcases his travel photographs made over the last decade in North and South America, Asia, Africa, and Europe.
Huangshan and Zhangjiajie, China: Photographs of Land and Culture
Huangshan and Zhangjiajie, China: Photographs of Land and Culture is an exhibit featuring a cross-section of documentary and fine art photography of the land and people of Mainland China. This photo exhibit will be on view June 23 to September 26, 2014 at the Krause Center for Innovation (KCI), Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, California. A public reception will be held at the KCI Gallery on Monday, June 23, from 6-9 PM. All are welcome.Huangshan and Zhangjiajie, China explores the view of 16 photographers who spent two weeks in rural China on two photography trips led by Kate Jordahl, Professor of Photography at Foothill College, Geir Jordahl, Director at PhotoCentral, Hayward, CA and Oliver Klink, professional photographer at IncredibleTravelPhotos.
The two regions photographed were chosen for their unique landscape and their preservation of ancient culture and tradition. Even though China is going through rapid changes and building mega cities, there are still pockets of undiscovered beauty seldom visited by Westerners. Both regions feature UNESCO World Heritage sites, places recognized for their international historical and cultural importance.
Participants in this exhibition, which include both Foothill College photography students and local photographers, are Marti Cagwin, George Cagwin, Susan Carnahan, Sanford Carnahan, Mary desJardins, Francine Freeman, Kate Jordahl, Geir Jordahl, Wendy Hannum, Jacque Kae, Oliver Klink, Larry Miyamura, Susan Quinn, Jim Smith, Tim Wilson, and Rachel Wooster.
FROM BURMA TO MYANMAR: Portrait of a country in transition
May 15th through June 21, 2014
The photography exhibit, FROM BURMA TO MYANMAR: Portrait of a country in transition, captures a country exiting a troubled past and entering a new era of reform and openness. A nominally civilian government was installed in March 2011, ending fifty years of military dictatorship and opening a doorway to increased foreign relationships, investment and tourism. Burma today offers contrasting views of traditional ways and modernization. Seventeen Silicon Valley photographers, many of whom are associated with Foothill College, will share their experiences with 30 photographs at the Krause Center for Innovation (KCI) Gallery, Foothill College.
Katherine Bazak, Cathy Cakebread, Barbara Buchholz Collins, Michael Collins, Harlan Crowder, Lorraine Crowder, Evelyn D’Alessandro, Lisa D’Alessandro, Ann Eddington, Karen Hensman, Ron Herman, Bob Mazawa, Melinda Miller, Susan Neville, Sandy O’Gorman, Don Wheatley and Kate Winn-Rogers.
The photography exhibit, The Cuban Evolution, captures the Cuban people’s trepidation and excitement over economic reforms that are changing Cuba’s direction from a Soviet-style economic system to one that more closely resembles that of China or Vietnam. Fifty-five years after the Cuban Revolution, this group of Silicon Valley photographers captured images of Cuban life at a historic turning point. Thirty photographs by thirteen photographers will be on display at the Krause Center for Innovation (KCI) Gallery, Foothill College.During a two-week professional research trip to Cuba led by Foothill Photography Professor, Ron Herman, these photographers, many of whom are associated with Foothill College, captured images of Cuban life on the cusp of change. Some were visiting Cuba for the first time, while others were all drawn back with Herman to witness firsthand the visible changes that haven taken shape since their first trip.
Exhibitors: Carla Bohnett, Loren Bohnett, Sheila Botein, Allen Gary, Julia Gary, Ron Herman, Bob Hills, Kathy McGovern, Melinda Miller, Aphra Pia, Bill Scull, Bob Thomsen and Don Wheatley.
Diana Dîaz López, Korda’s daughter and head of the Korda Estate, and Professor Ron Herman, Curator of the exhibition, will discuss the life and photographs of Alberto Korda with a special screening of the short film Simply Korda. Following the film there will be a guided walk to the opening reception at the Krause Center for Innovation (KCI) Gallery.
Lunchtime Gallery Talk
October 23, 2013, 12-1 pm
Krause Center for Innovation (KCI) Gallery-Lower Level, Foothill College
Professor Ron Herman, Curator of the exhibition, will discuss the images of Korda’s most famous model, Norka, to commemorate her 75th birthday on this day.
In Focus: The Foothill College Photographic Portfolio Exhibition
April 17- May 17, 2013
Foothill College presents In Focus: The Foothill College Photographic Portfolio Exhibition. This show features the work of students completing the two quarter Photographic Portfolio/Professional Practices course, which is the capstone sequence for students who are completing their AA in Photography at Foothill College. The photographs being presented were completed under the direction of Kate Jordahl, Professor of Photography.
Jason Agron, Ausencio Alvarez, Ashley Brown, Richard Deloof, Clinton Foster, Eve Gamero, Olga Garnova, Bob Gridley, Sassan Hazeghi, Katarzyna Janus, Colin Jaramillo, Naphtalie Joiner, Sara Kerr, Lilla Kuknyo, Katherine Ogg, Laura Oliphant, Kari Revak, Art Roose, Al Ruffinelli, Cristene Sellers, Jim Smith, Ian Thomas, and Rachel Wooster.
Journey to World Heritage: Photography by Kate Jordahl
January 22-February 27, 2013
Kate Jordahl will be sharing her photographs in an exhibition at the Krause Center for Innovation Gallery. This is in partial fulfillment of her Professional Development Leave project. You can also visit the PDL report website at http://www.jordahlphoto.com/PDL2012/PDLReport.html
Photography by Kate Jordahl
From the grand trees of Redwood National Parks in California to the magical landscape of Mount Huangshan in China and a vast variety of natural, cultural and industrial sites in between, the photography of Kate Jordahl captures the spirit of place and showcases locales preserved and protected as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Questions: Contact Kate Jordahl at
José Manuel Fors: Ciudad Fragmentada
Nov 7th through 26th, 2012
Please join us for the first solo exhibition in the San Francisco Bay Area of internationally recognized Cuban artist José Manuel Fors.The artist will be present at the reception and will provide a brief introduction to the exhibition.
Foothill Printmakers is a community of inspired students, artists and cultural advocates advancing creative pursuits in the print and book arts at Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, California.
About Studio 1801
Studio 1801 is an environmentally conscious graphic arts, printmaking and book arts studio. The studio is operated by the Graphic & Interactive Design department (GID) at Foothill College.
A portfolio of original prints about water by the Foothill Printmakers
February 1 – March 12, 2012
Water is the the Foothill College 2011-12 Learning Community subject. In the Fall of 2011, Foothill Printmakers researched and discussed “water,” then responded by creating a portfolio of original prints on the subject. Print processes in the portfolio include relief printing, screenprinting, embossing, intaglio, and pigment transfer.
Daniela Barnea, Joanne Koltnow, Tea Ngamvilaipun, Christine Nolasco, Katherine Ogg, Theresa Pan, Virginia Phelps, Karen Rush, Frances Schaeffer, Dina Scheel, Taylor Solberg, and Linda Stinchfield. Prints were printed in Studio 1801 at Foothill College.
About Foothill Printmakers
Foothill Printmakers is a community of inspired students, artists, and cultural advocates advancing creative pursuits in the print and book arts at Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, California.
About Studio 1801
Studio 1801 is an environmentally conscious graphic arts, printmaking, and book arts studio. The studio is operated by the Graphic & Interactive Design department (GID) at Foothill College.
Produced by Museum of Tolerance from the Simon Wiesenthal Center
February 21 – March 02, 2012
Foothill College will host The Courage to Remember, a traveling exhibit produced by the Museum of Tolerance from the Simon Wiesenthal Center Feb. 21-March 2. Admission to the exhibit is free and the public is invited to attend.After more than 20 years of international acclaim and a celebrated statewide tour, the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s The Courage to Remember will debut at the Krause Center for Innovation (KCI) at Foothill College Feb. 21 and continue through March 2.
The exhibit has drawn more than two million visitors at 73 locations since its inception, making it the most widely attended traveling exhibition on Holocaust education and remembrance. The Courage to Remember is completely unique in that it features 200 exclusive photographs that offer unique insight into the Holocaust and is divided into four distinct themes: Nazi Germany, 1933-1938; Moving Toward the “Final Solution,” 1939-1941; Annihilation in Nazi-occupied Europe, 1941-1945; and Liberation, Building New Lives.
“We are delighted that Foothill College has invited The Courage to Remember to its campus and community,” said Dr. Alfred Balitzer, chairman of the Foundation for California. “The Courage to Remember uses history to empower generations to resist ignorance, fight discrimination and pursue justice for all. In culturally diverse areas like California, this exhibit is not a luxury, it is a necessity.”