Highlights from the Otis Archives

Curated by Saida Largaespada, Getty Intern Four Otis catalogues (1926, 1958, 1988, 1992) and scattered reproductions of photographs from a 1927 class trip to Mount Baldy. During my internship at the Otis Library Archives, I have been able to [more]

Bookmaking Projects

Work from Fall 2014 BOOKMAKING PROJECTS CLASS is in the library vitrine through Sunday Apr. 12. Includes books by Frankie Hamersma, Alyssa Zack, Jonathan Duarte, Jamie Nichols, and Robyn Hwang.   [more]

Journey into an Artist’s Book

By Jenny Kim BOOKING THE JOURNEY at Otis College of Art and Design library showcases a display of artist’s books that thoughtfully express the experience of one’s journey. The exhibition encourages a different perspective of exploration and [more]

Odyssey Adventures Oct. 18

Undeterred by the Cyclops in our midst, the "Odyssey Travelers" enjoyed a day-long celebration of Homer's epic poem last Saturday. The event included activities at Loyola Marymount's Archaeology Center and Laband Art Gallery, the Westchester/Loyola [more]

Polyphemus visits Westchester

The cyclops Polyphemus is usually found in the pages of Homer's The Odyssey but on Saturday Oct. 18 he'll also be leading a day of festivities in Westchester. The festival is a collaboration between the Westchester-Loyola Village branch library; [more]

Help Needed

The Otis library is in the process of discarding outdated, shabby, and underused books and we need YOU to come in and take these discarded items off our hands. Some we're giving away but most are in the book sale priced at $1 or a little [more]

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