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Kate Manos and Chase Shewbridge Named GDUSA 2019 Students to Watch

Graphic Design USA has released its annual list recognizing the rising talent of undergraduate, graduate or continuing education students across the nation. Kate Manos (MFA Graphic Design '18) and Chase Shewbridge (BFA Graphic Design '19) were recognized for 2019.

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  • Architect Geeta Mehta
    Geeta Mehta, Otis College’s 2019-2020 Donghia Designer-in-Residence, on the Social Purpose of Architecture and Urban Design
    March 11
  • Otis College A/L/I work by student Faizal Lokman
    Architecture and Landscape Lessons Learned from the Woolsey Fire
    October 17
  • Makoko Floating School, Lagos, Nigeria, design by NLÉ, photographed by Iwan Baan
    Kunlé Adeyemi Announced as 2018-2019 Donghia Designer-in-Residence
    December 14

Digital Media Team Wins Third at Disney Imagineering Competition

Engineering with imagination. This simple concept has propelled Disney's many theme parks and perfectly encapsulates the synthesized relationship between design and technology. Imagineering is now a full-fledged field in its own right, one that continues to grow and has need of emerging talent. 

Graphic Design USA's Students to Watch in 2018: Janis Ahn and Jacob Witt

Graphic Design USA's "Students to Watch in 2018," list has just been released and features two Otis College seniors. Designers Janis Ahn ('18 Communication Arts) and Jacob Witt ('18 Communications Arts) were chosen among students from leading design programs all around the country. Learn more about Janis and Jacob in their GDUSA interviews below.

Reprinted from GDSA 

Yeltsin Penado: Using Color to Open Up Conversations

Since its founding in 1972, The Group has worked to fund scholarships for deserving students of Otis College of Art and Design. The awardees met with members of The Group and presented examples of their work at The Group's Annual Scholarship Luncheon on February 16, 2017. One student from each of the seven undergraduate disciplines is chosen for the scholarship, and each week, we'll be highlighting a different awardee as we countdown to the 2017 Commencement Ceremony. 

 

Anjali Read: Designing Fashion That's Beautiful, Inside and Out

Since its founding in 1972, The Group has worked to fund scholarships for deserving students of Otis College of Art and Design. The awardees met with members of The Group and presented examples of their work at The Group's Annual Scholarship Luncheon on February 16, 2017. One student from each of the seven undergraduate disciplines is chosen for the scholarship, and each week, we'll be highlighting a different awardee as we countdown to the 2017 Commencement Ceremony. 

Three Fashion Design Juniors Receive Scholarships from Fashion Scholarship Fund

Brittney Sabet ('18 Fashion Design), Natalie Fonseca ('18 Fashion Design), and Indica Kalivoda ('18 Fashion Design/Costume Design) have each received a $5,000 scholarship from YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund (FSF), the premier educational fashion non-profit in the United States. YMA FSF seeks to identify and create career opportunities for young people worldwide and invest in the future of the fashion industry. All three students attended the 2017 Fashion Scholarship Fund Awards Gala in New York City on January 12, 2017. 

Students Featured in New Otis College Campaign

As the college continues to roll-out updates to the main campus, one of the newest features provides an opportunity to spotlight artwork from the Otis College community. New banners on the campus and Lincoln Boulevard create more spaces to highlight student work. 

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  • Support Otis Alumnx This Small Business Saturday on November 28
    November 25
  • What the Otis College Admissions Team Looks for in a Portfolio, Their Favorite Spots in L.A., and More
    November 25
  • Diverse Voices in the Game Design Industry
    Video Game Industry Veterans Share Career Advice at Otis Extension Panel Discussion 
    November 16