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  • Ghost particles / THESIS EXHIBITION 



    Exhibition, March 3 - 7, 2015 

    Reception, Thursday March 5, 6:00 - 9:00pm
 

    
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  • Charlie White

    Mar 03| Lectures
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    Charlie White is a photographer and filmmaker whose work has been exhibited internationally since 1999. White holds the position of Associate Professor at the University of Southern California’s Roski School of Fine Arts.
     
  • Torbjørn Rødland is a Los Angeles-based photographer known for portraits, still lives and landscapes that transcend their often banal settings and motifs and move into the otherworldly. Since the late 1990s, his work has been exhibited widely.

     

    Image: Torbjørn-Rødland-courtesy-MACK-www.mackbooks.co.uk

     

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  • Composer Kubilay Üner offers a reactive experience with a live presentation of a new composition made in response to the exhibition Angie Bray: Shhhh. The performance will be interspersed with conversation between Üner and Bray.

  • Kathryn Andrews gets some of her best ideas driving around Los Angeles, where the visual contradictions she sees every day find their way into her art. Andrews, who is originally from Mobile, Alabama, is known for the commonplace objects she fabricates from highly polished and painted metal, into which she incorporates inexpensive or borrowed finds, including rented Hollywood props.

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    Los Angeles Premiere Screening of 

    The State of Creativity

    A Look into the Otis Report on the Creative Economy

    Otis College of Art and Design is pleased to announce the formation of a media partnership with KCETLink. The partnership will bring the 2014 Otis Report on the Creative Economy of the Los Angeles Region and the State of California into the digital age through an interactive, multi-platform presentation developed by, and for, KCETLink’s award-winning arts and culture series, Artbound.

  • Sean Cully

    Bolsky Gallery

    Otis College of Art and Design

    9045 Lincoln Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90045
    (310) 846-2614

     

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O Camp - What to Bring

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The following items are PROHIBITED at camp:

  • Personal vehicles
  • Visitors or pets
  • Fireworks
  • Firearms
  • Alcohol and illegal drugs
  • Cell phones and other electronic devices are to be used at designated times and in the event of an emergency
  • No Foul Language: this includes inappropriate slang words, racial slurs, derogatory comments, etc.
   
The following list should be helpful while packing for this camp.

ESSENTIAL ITEMS

It may get COLD at night. It is best to prepare for a wide range of temperatures.

  • Smile and a positive attitude
  • Clothing for 3 days that includes extra shirts
  • Allergy/medicine/insect repellent
  • Bathing suit
  • Beach towel
  • Hat
  • Pajamas
  • Personal care items (soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, etc.)
  • Pillow
  • Sandals/Flip Flops, Casual Shoes
  • Sunglasses (inexpensive is best)
  • Sunscreen
  • Tennis shoes and socks
  • Towel
  • Twin bed sheet sets, blankets and/or sleeping bag
  • Warm jacket, sweater or sweatshirt

OPTIONAL ITEMS

If you packed all the essentials and still have some room, here are some optional items you may want to bring along.

  • Camera*, memory card and batteries
  • Sports equipment (softball glove, tennis racket, etc.)
  • CD players, iPod
  • Snacks (Meals are provided but snacks are limited)
  • Reading material (book or magazine for bus ride and free time)
  • Small amount of spending money

Remember, many activities are outdoors, thus we are subject to the weather. Please be sure to pack clothes for a variety of elements (most likely it will be hot) and plenty of changes of clothes.

DO NOT BRING

Laptop computer or other valuables to camp. Otis College of Art and Design is not held responsible for any loss or damage to your personal property, therefore, plan accordingly.

Do not wear heels to camp. There will a lot of gravel paths and some hillside areas to climb. Flat shoes, tennis shoes are highly suggested.