Nikkolos Mohammed (’13 BFA Fine Arts), detail of Matador Fail, 2020 (Oil and urethane on canvas; urethane on lace, urethane on paper; drawings on sports cards, 68 by 68 inches)
Hayley Quentin (’08 BFA Fine Arts), Left: Among The Treasures, 2020 (Oil on canvas, 8 by 6 inches); right: Dark Star, 2020 (Oil on canvas, 8 by 6 inches)
Alison Saar (’81 MFA Fine Arts), Torch Song, 2020 (Wood, ceiling tin, copper, found belt and piano keys, 72 by 24 by 24 inches)
Grid at Otis College, a publication for our community of alumnx, students, faculty, staff, and friends, illustrates the College’s accomplishments with imaginative, thought-provoking storytelling. From our location in the heart of Los Angeles—the creative capital of the 21st century—the Otis Community has created in a spirit of problem-solving and innovation throughout our 102-year history. The purpose of Grid is to celebrate and showcase the vision for the College’s future and why its programs and people are and will continue to make an impact.