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Feb 10, 2014
Graduate Public Practice
cafe talksStudents met with Paris-based Canadian theorist, Stephen Wright and faculty member Bill Kelley Jr for a series of conversations at different cafés on the west side as part of a course entitled, Café Talks. This series of meetings and conversation was an inquiry into the situations where “social practice” happens and the lexicon we use [more]
Feb 4, 2014
Graduate Public Practice
SPArt Event  Faculty and colleagues in the social practice field gathered at the SPArt Party on February 5, 2014, to celebrate the winning recipients of three inaugural 10k grants extended by a new foundation dedicated to Social Practice Art (SPArt). Founded by Alexandra Shabtai, this new foundation aims to support artists of all stages in their [more]
Nov 22, 2013
Graduate Public Practice
taco-talks  Informal talk about the Otis Public Practice first year studio this year working in Camino Verde, a community of Tijuana.   SATURDAY, December 7th 11:30-1PM Otis MFA Public Practice Studio 1657 18th Street – Santa Monica, CA 90494 Otis Public Practice invites you to come, create, and enjoy tacos over a facilitated conversation on [more]
Nov 22, 2013
Graduate Public Practice
Otis-Public-Practice-Fallen-Fruit-Workshop-Group-Working  Workshop with Fallen Fruit at Arts Restore LA Fruitique involving Otis MFA Public Practice and USC Curatorial Practices students. NOVEMBER 2013 Students from the Otis MFA Public Practice and USC Curatorial Practice programs participated in a workshop with Fallen Fruit at their Fruitique, a project of the Arts Restore LA to reclaim empty storefronts [more]
Nov 21, 2013
Graduate Public Practice
Public MovementNOVEMBER 2013 We are very pleased to welcome artist Dana Yahalomi, visiting artists in residence with the 18th Street Arts Center who will be offering a special 4 part workshop with the Otis MFA Public Practice program and local practitioners. Yahalomi was a guest lecturer in the Spring of 2013 with the Fine Arts Department.  [more]
Nov 18, 2013
Graduate Public Practice
Camino Verde community, Tijuana.  Photo courtesy of Bill Kelley Jr.Otis MFA Public Practice Group Project Exhibition, Ni Chana Ti-Juana ‘Ni Chana ni Juana’ is an expression used in Mexico to speak about a condition or situation defined by a lack of resolution: not one or the other, neither here nor there. The exhibition Ni Chana Ti-Juana, opening on November 16 at 18th Street Arts Center, takes this platitude as a conceptual [more]