Events
  • For the second year in a row, Otis will be hosting the Community Works Institute - Summer West. This is a five day professional development program for K-16 teachers focused on place based education, service learning and sustainability. There is a discounted rate for Otis faculty, staff, students and alumni to participate. Contact the Artists Community Teaching program for more info: act@otis.edu

  • Classes End.

  • I Know What You Did This Summer is a series of bi-weekly gatherings in the Bolsky Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design organized around informal slideshow presentations by curators, artists, writers and producers in the Los Angeles area. Taking the form of a personal travelogue, presenters will share places, experiences, and encounters during summer travel near and far. I Know What You Did This Summer is an occasion to enjoy drinks and conversation among friends, colleagues and our community.

    July 7: Anna Sew Hoy / Jesse Stecklow

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Continuing Education Course



College Preparation: Digital Imaging


This class introduces the fundamentals of digital art through a series of projects based on current events and personal stories. In this course students create album covers, movie posters, advertisements, and a cohesive mini-series of images of the students’ proposed focus. Students learn through the hands-on use of equipment like digital cameras, scanners, printers, and software such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge. Students develop technical and conceptual skills to carry into college and professional environments.

Prerequisite: None

First Class Materials: $22 lab fee payable to instructor for copy card. Additional copy cards are available in $10 and $20 amounts (tax not included) through the Otis Business Office


There are no sections for this course for this semester.
Course Details
Course Code: XPFP1169
Meetings: 10
Credit Hours: NC
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