New Addition! Bicycle Repair Kit

Bicycle Repair Kit

We are happy to announce that TSS has included in their check out inventory a Bicycle Repair Kit. This Kit includes, among their usual array of wrenches and plies, a chain repair tool, sprocket wrenches, tire patches, tire levelers and much more. This useful addition was made possible by the help from Otis Student Activities and the Otis Bike Club. The Kit is available for checkout at the ground level (wood/metal shop) Tool Crib.   [more]

Otis Resource Exchange Announces New Partnership with GUILD


The Otis Resource Exchange just announced a new partnership with a local design/fabrication collective based in Hawthorne called Guild. Guild is opening its doors, or rather its waste bins, to the Otis Community. Guild is a large multi-city design/build enterprise and has a constant flow of new and exciting materials for Otis students to rummage through. If you plan on taking advantage of this new opportunity please be respectful of our new partners and only show up during the designated [more]

Special screening of Angel Azul presented by Movies that Matter

Angel Azul

The Creative Action class Movies that Matter, taught by Perri Chasin and Judy Arthur, in association with Otis Student Activities presents a special screening of Angel Azul Tuesday, April 8, 2014 Otis College of Art and Design 9045 Lincoln [more]

Visiting Designer: Mark Wystrach of The People’s Movement

The People's Movement

The Science and Sustainable Design class, taught by Lara Hoad and Sam Stier, is hosting visiting designer Mark Wystrach of The People's Movement. Wednesday March 12, 10am Ahmanson 501 Open to the Otis Community.   [more]

Getting LA to Zero: Student Design Competition


The Living Building Challenge Los Angeles Collaborative is hosting a “Getting L.A. to Zero” Competition for undergraduate and graduate students. Check it out! [more]

Bring your own cup


Did you know that the Otis Cafe encourages sustainability by providing discounted beverages to customers who bring their own cups? Way to go Simon! [more]