ATTENTION OTIS STUDENTS INTERESTED IN FINDING EMPLOYMENT FOR THE 2016-17 SCHOOL YEAR There are Federal Work Study positions AVAILABLE at the following Community Arts Organizations/Museums: Armory Center for the Arts The Getty Center artworxLA reDiscover Center These are all off campus/community work study positions and are actively seeking students to fill these positions. Student who wish to apply MUST be awarded Federal Work Study [more]
Paid Teaching/Studio Assistantships will be awarded to Otis students or recent alumni to continue assisting at the same K-12 School or Community Arts Organization that they worked at during their Teaching / Community Arts Internship class (or another approved site of their choice). Award Details: The T.A. positions will be awarded through a competitive application [more]
Otis Artists, Community and Teaching Program hosts a talk with Martin Wong Wednesday Nov. 18 9:30 – 1100:am Ahamanson 301B All are welcome. Martin Wong co-founded Giant Robot magazine in 1994. Since editing every issue of the influential indie, international art, and culture publication’s 16-year run, he has gone on to help create Save Music in Chinatown (SMiC). Drawing upon [more]
Otis Artists, Community and Teaching Program hosts a talk with Raquel Gutiérrez, writer, performer, film actor, curator, publisher, playwright, arts administrator, community organizer, and In Community Program Manager for Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Read more here. Wednesday Nov. 11 9:30am – 11:00am Ahmanson 301B All are welcome.
Kathe Beltran, Artists Community and Teaching / Continuing Education student, will exhibit the portraits she painted of members of the Westchester Senior Citizen Center during her Spring 2015 Community Arts Internship as Artist-in-Residence with NEIGHBORGAPBRIDGE. Throughout the four-week exhibition her models will have the opportunity to further participate by writing about the relationship between the [more]