The Kala Gallery is a light filled 2,200 square foot exhibition space. The gallery presents approximately six exhibitions each year in a wide range of media by both emerging and recognized artists. Two of the exhibitions feature new works by Kala Fellowship artists and Artist-in-Residence members of the Institute working in print, digital media, video, installation, photography and book arts. The remainder of Kala’s annual programming focuses on curated exhibitions assembled around a unifying theme, process or media. Applications are accepted for both individual and group exhibition proposals and should be directed to Mayumi Hamanaka, Gallery Director.
Saturday, noon-4:30 p.m.
Other times by appointment
Kala Art Institute is able to curated exhibitions for businesses, public facilities, and special interest groups on a case-by-case basis, taking into account available staff resources and the timing of each request.
Recent projects have included Kala’s ongoing Milvia/Addison window display in downtown Berkeley, small exhibitions in city government offices, and a large group exhibition of prints and paintings presented at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, an academic think tank on the UC Berkeley campus.
If you have an interest in these services, please contact Mayumi Hamanaka, Gallery Manager, at (510) 841-7000 ext. 201.