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  • Rendering female models and celebrities on large-scale canvases and with quick, expressive brushstrokes, painter Katherine Bernhardt examines representations of beauty in mainstream media and fashion photography. She paints her subjects with severe, exaggerated features and emaciated limbs that sometimes morph into abstraction, recalling the works of Pablo Picasso. “Some people ask if I hate the models I paint,” she says. “I say no, I don't hate them.

  • UpCycle Day 2014!

    Sep 03| Special Event
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    Join us for the 3rd Annual UpCycle Day!

    Learn about the Resource Exchange

    Bring your excess supplies and materials to share and trade. 

    Stock up for the school year with Free supplies and materials. 

    Help divert our collective waste from ending up in landfills.

     

  • Forrest Gander

    Sep 03| Lectures
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    Otis Books/Seismicity Editions is pleased to publish Panic Cure: Poetry from Spain for the 21st Century, an anthology of poems from eleven contemporary Spanish poets, active from the 1960s through the present. Selected and translated by Forrest Gander, Panic Cure is notable for its impressive range of poetic voices.

  • Jan Brandt

    Sep 04| Lectures
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  • Joel Kyack

    Sep 09| Lectures
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    JOEL KYACK Lives and works in Los Angeles.

    ghebaly.com/artists/joel-kyack

  • A dynamic portrait of the life of computer prodigy Aaron Swartz who championed free speech and data sharing, this must-see documentary premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah and was the opening night film at the 2014 Hot Docs International Film Festival in Toronto, Canada. 

    We're excited the film’s director Brian Knappenberger will be our special guest speaker for the Q & A moderated by Movies that Matter series producers Judy Arthur and Perri Chasin after the screening. 

  • Koenraad Dedobbeleer lives and works in Brussels.

     

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Resources

The following links concern financial aid and finance outside of Otis.

 

Fastweb

(www.fastweb.com) – Scholarship database.  It takes approximately 20 minutes to register but is worth doing to have access to a large database.

FAFSA on-line

(www.fafsa.ed.gov) – The initial step to getting federal aid is by filling out the form online.

Federal PIN

(www.pin.ed.gov )– You and your parents will need a pin for the whole time you have need and have federal aid.

National Student Data Services (NSLDS)

(www.nslds.ed.gov) – government site about your individual federal loans.  Indicates exactly how much you have borrowed so far and with which lender.  You will need your pin to access your information.

Stafford Entrance

(www.studentloans.gov) – This is mandatory for your Stafford loan to be disbursed to the school.

Free Annual Credit Check

(www.annualcreditreport.com)  Get your free credit report yearly from this site from all three credit bureaus Experian, Equifax and Transunion.

Selective Service

(www.sss.gov) All males above the age of 18 must be registered with the selective service before aid is released to the student account.  Keep a copy of your registration since this is your only proof.

Federal Trade Commission

(www.ftc.gov) Once you have your credit report and you want to know what to do, this site provides consumer information for everything from credit to scholarship scams.

California Student Aid Commission

(www.csac.ca.gov) Students can look up not only the current information about the California State Grants but also income limits and aid eligibility.

Income Based Repayment Website

(www.ibrinfo.org) A site with up-to-date information regarding repayment of Federal Student Loans and the Income Based Repayment program.  Information about Loan Forgiveness is also on the site.

Internal Revenue Services

(www.irs.gov) Students wishing to know more about tax benefits for going to school can look at the publication on Educational Benefits on the IRS site.  Students can also find the instructions and forms for the 1040EZ.

National Do Not Call Registry

(www.donotcall.gov) Keep your information private and do not be bothered by unsolicited calls.

 

FEDERAL LOANS INFORMATION:

http://www.direct.ed.gov/