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Oct 11, 2018
College
An embattled Edo-era samurai and his stressed steed are assailed by an onslaught of piercing arrows. The look in the samurai’s eyes is calm yet driven. The ensuing chaos is represented by... More
Oct 04, 2018
Faculty
MFA Writing Chair Peter Gadol's new novel, The Stranger Game, was released this week from Hanover Square Press, an imprint of HarperCollins, to sparkling reviews and enviable... More
Sep 30, 2018
College
Otis College of Art and Design celebrated its 100th birthday on Sunday with a community party, the opening of Some of Our Favorite Things a group exhibition at Ben Maltz Gallery, as well as... More
Sep 27, 2018
College
Otis College of Art and Design‘s new in-house Creative Director, Sheharazad Fleming, is as passionate about her work as she is her city. We decided to catch up with Sheharazad to learn more... More
Sep 24, 2018
Alumni
Lotería is to the pastel drawings of Judithe Hernández ('74) what the I Ching was to John Cage’s avant-garde music after World War II or the “Three Standard Stoppages” were... More
Sep 14, 2018
Alumni
Many artists claim that their work is multidisciplinary. But Eduardo Sarabia’s (BFA Fine Arts '99) varied practice includes painting, sculpture, mezcal making and even treasure hunting... More

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