• Intern Recruitment Day

    Mar 30| Special Event
    Continental breakfast will be from 8:00 – 8:45, interviews will take place from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. Otis welcomes companies that are recruiting for Summer internships in the following areas: Architecture/Landscape/Interiors, Digital Media, Communications Arts, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Product Design, Toy Design.
  • A quintessentially Los Angeles artist, Larry Johnson has worked for over 4 decades investigating the inherent contradictions between the shiny surfaces and underlying cynical logics of American culture. His works reference the languages of animation (especially the fantasy worlds of Walt Disney), graphic and commercial design, and advertising.

  • A limited number of tickets are available to FUN HOME, an emotionally charged and poignant family drama, inspired by the graphic novel of the same name by Alison Bechdel, in which she explores her coming out and the suicide of her domineering father Bruce. Sign up in the Office of Student Activities located in the Student Life Center Room 150E.

  • Transfer Day

    Apr 01| Admissions

    At Transfer Day, prospective transfer students are invited to take a tour of campus, have their questions answered in a one-on-one appointment, and learn how to make a smooth transition to Otis College. If you are considering transferring into one of our programs, please join us on Saturday, April 1, 2017 from 12-3pm. 


  • Edgar Arceneaux was born in Los Angeles in 1972. He investigates historical patterns through drawings, installations, and multimedia events, such as the reenactment of Ben Vereen’s tragically misunderstood blackface performance at Ronald Reagan’s 1981 Inaugural Gala.

  • Rejuvenating Yoga

    Apr 04| Student Event

    All students and Otis College community welcomed and encouraged to participate. Visiting artist Catherine Tingey facilitates the Yoga class!

  • The Architecture/Landscape/Interiors Department at Otis College of Art and Design is pleased to announce the George H. Scanlon Foundation Lecture REDUX.5 by Michiel Riedijk at MOCA.


    Michiel Riedijk regularly lectures at universities, cultural institutions and symposia worldwide. His theories and writings on architecture have gained international recognition from fellow architects and scholars. The work of Neutelings Riedijk Architects has received worldwide appreciation through numerous publications, international awards and exhibitions around the world. - Neutelings Riedijk Architects



AirMedia is a feature available in Otis Smart Classrooms.

Students can wirelessly share content from their devices to the classroom projector.

Mobile devices (smartphones + tablets) can share photographs and documents.

Laptops can share any type of file on the desktop though you may need to download a separate application (Soundflower) for sound.

Faculty Instructions

Faculty need to select the "AirMedia" option from the touchscreen control panel FIRST

Specific instructions will be projected explaining how students can connect to the classroom AirMedia.


Student Instructions


Connect to the specific WiFi Network for the classroom:

  • Otis-AirMedia-3rd
  • Otis-AirMedia-5th

The WiFi password will be displayed on the projected instructions.



Mobile Devices > Download the Crestron AirMedia App for free

AirMedia App Icon

Laptops > Type the in the IP address  or full Http address listed on projected directions.



Mobile Devices > Launch App

Laptops > Open Downloaded Software



If you are on a Mac laptop, before you can connect to AirMedia, check the following settings:

  • Go to Applications > System > Preferences > Security & Privacy
  • Select the General tab
  • Under "Allow Apps Downloaded From" > select Anywhere



Select the AirMedia IP Address for the classroom you are in.

(ex. GAHMN309-AM01 = Rm. 309)



Enter the unique CODE as it appears on the classroom projected instructions.


AirMedia Sample Instructions



You will see a play button:

 AirMedia Play Button

Select to share media to projector.


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