Otis College of Art and Design hosted hundreds of Angelenos this weekend at the 100% Festival! Attendees participated in art and design workshops, shopped the makers market, heard from top creatives live in the Forum, experienced unique art installations, and more.
The two-day festival included a conversation between fashion designer Bao Tranchi and artist Joan Takayama-Ogawa; the unveiling of a mural by Darel Carey; and two panels moderated by Justin Maller, Chief Creative Officer at DeviantArt.
Check out the photo recap below.
Otis College of Art and Design opened its doors in 1918. That’s 100 years of dedication to giving an inspiring and transformative arts education experience. To celebrate we’re running the Find Your 100 campaign dedicated to creativity and the 100% commitment that artists and designers give to their passion. Listen to this KCRW DnA episode for a look back at Otis’ 100-year history.
Photos by Darin Rios