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  • Harry Dodge is a Los Angeles-based artist, who has been making interdisicplinary work since 1993, using sculpture, drawing, video, writing and performance.

     

    harrydodge.com

     

  • Otis Family Night

    Feb 27| Special Event
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    FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 27TH

    4:00 – 8:30 PM

    • Hands-on studio workshops taught by Otis faculty
    • A guided exhibition tour in the Ben Maltz Gallery
    • Info session about travel study to Brazil, Japan, London, and beyond
    • A presentation about the student internship/job search process  

  • 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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Continuing Education Course

SEM: 40


Fundamentals of 3-Dimensional Design


An introduction to elements and principles of three-dimensional form and space. Course provides the essential foundation for all three-dimensional design and fine arts areas including interior design, furniture, toy, jewelry, furniture, and sculpture. Explores elements of shape, form, line, space, texture, and value as they relate to specific visual functions.

Students learn to effectively utilize space, mass, light, and shadow, while using a variety of additive and subtractive construction materials and techniques. Includes hands-on assignments; students create final project in own area interest. Covers safe and practical use of power and hand tools.

Prerequisite: None

First class materials: Notebook, 18" plastic grid ruler, 2H pencil, eraser, sharp Exacto or utility knife, 12" metal ruler or other durable edge to cut against, 18"x24" chipboard (or other tough cutting surface,) low-tack tape, scissors, four pieces white 2-ply 22"x30" Bristol board, five pieces of 18"x24" stiff white paper (to cut, fold, bend,) plastic sheeting to cover 3' table surface.


There are no sections for this course for this semester.
Course Details
Course Code: XINT7001
Meetings: 10
Credit Hours: 1
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