Skip to content

Programs : Featured

This is a listing of all the featured programs in the program catalog. You can view the brochure for any of these programs by clicking on the program name.
Featured Program Save/Share
Japan: Cultural Arts, from Past to Present Tokyo, Japan
Terms: Spring Description: ABOUT Experience Tokyo, Japan and its surrounding areas through its profound heritage of cultural and artistic riches. This special program includes nine full days to visit beautiful sites and museums of histor ical[...]
KEA Charrette Competition: Field Study Copenhagen, Denmark
Terms: Fall Description: What is a Charrette? A Charrette is an intensive, collaborative process that brings together students, community members and professionals to develop innovative solutions for complex issues. Over a few short days of brainstorming, discussion and [...]
Los Angeles, End of Spring Term: Understanding L.A. Los Angeles, United States
Terms: Spring Description: ABOUT Visiting the wide and varied range of cultural and artistic sites and spaces throughout the Los Angeles heteropolis, students will gain an understanding of how great cities evolve and further creativity and community.  Particular attent ion[...]
Los Angeles, Spring Break: Art Spaces in LA Los Angeles, United States
Terms: Spring Description:   ABOUT In this class we will take an active look at the artistic spaces and communities within Los Angeles, California.  We will visit both famous and obscure places and discuss them throug h[...]
MFA Graphic Design Field Internship 2017 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Terms: Fall Description: MFA GRAPHIC DESIGN FIELD INTERNSHIP: HOLLAND, BELGIUM Field Internship GRDS 683 — 3 credits CRN: 28116 November 6-17, 2017   DESCRIPTION Over the course of this class, students will convene in a number of cities outside of Los Ange les[...]
Malawi, E. Africa - Made For Kids Blantyre, Malawi
Terms: Spring Description: ABOUT Faculty and students throughout the semester will teleconference with the leadership and students of the Jacaranda School for Orphans in Blantyre, Malawi. In Made For Kids Malawi, Otis students collaborate in interdisciplinary teams in a [...]
New York City: Art in Context New York City, United States
Terms: Spring Description: ABOUT Art+ArchitectureNYC is an interdisciplinary course offered through the Fine Arts and ALI Departments at Otis College of Art and Design.  Art and Architecture are interdependent discipl ines.[...]
Paris: Foundation Paris, France
Terms: Spring Description:   DESTINATION Paris, France ABOUT This is a 9-day trip designed to complement Otis Foundation and Art History courses with a faculty-guided tour of Paris. Students wi ll[...]
Rome: Real & Imagined Rome, Italy
Terms: Spring Description:     THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE ROME! See breathtaking works of art! Eat the best Italian food of your life! Make new friends! Walk in the footsteps of Emperors! Visit the heart of Italian design ! Say,[...]
Toronto International Charrette Toronto, Canada
Terms: Spring Description: What is a Charrette? A Charrette is an intensive, collaborative process that brings together students, community members and professionals to develop innovative solutions for complex issues. Over a few short days of brainstorming, discussion and ex pert[...]
Washington, D.C.: American History and Culture of African Americans Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Terms: Spring Description: DESTINATION Washington, D.C. ABOUT This course provides a means to see the African American experience in the United States through a different lens and provides a critical and contextualized chronological survey of African American history [...]