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Creating Community for Otis College Alumni: A Q&A with Director of Alumni Relations Hazel Mandujano

Hazel Mandujano (BFA ’03, MFA ’10) has been appointed Director of Alumni Relations in the Office of Institutional Advancement at Otis College of Art and Design. Her connection to the Otis College community spans 20 years, having earned her undergraduate degree in Fine Arts and a graduate degree in Graphic Design at the College. She served as a senior lecturer for Communication Arts and Foundation, a lecturer for Creative Action, and an academic coordinator for Graduate Graphic Design and, most recently, Foundation.

Movies that Matter: Battle of the Sexes

Movies that Matter Special Screening of Battle of the Sexes followed by a Q&A with the film's directors, Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris.

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  • Otis College of Art and Design campus in Los Angeles
    The Argonaut: 100% Festival Encourages Locals To Unlock Their Own Creativity
    November 9
  • A bug-shaped kite flies high at the 2017 Kite Festival
    Annual Kite Festival Bridges Art and Physics with Fun in the Sun
    March 29
  • Courtyard House Plugin, photograph by PAO
    James Shen Returns to Los Angeles as Otis College’s 2018 Donghia Designer-in-Residence
    March 9

On Painting Men, Embracing Social Media, and Rediscovering L.A.

Born in Los Angeles, Hayley Quentin studied at Otis College of Art and Design, where she received a BFA with Honors in 2008. She spent the next seven years living and working in Europe, mainly in the UK and France. In 2016 Hayley returned to Los Angeles, where she currently resides and works, both as faculty at the Brentwood Art Center and as a practicing artist at her studio in Inglewood.

Was there a moment when you realized you wanted to make art?

Deep Dive with Guggenheim Fellow and Alumna Coleen Sterritt

At the announcement of the 2017 Guggenheim Fellowship recipients, which included Sandeep Mukherjee ('96), Hunter Reynolds ('84), as well as MFA Writing faculty member Marisa Silver, we asked 2016 Fellow Coleen Sterritt ('79 MFA Fine Arts) to share her thoughts on the past year.