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  • Locations: Los Angeles, United States
  • Program Terms: Spring
  • Restrictions: Otis applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Local Travel Open To: All Majors
Minimum Class Standing: Sophomore Credit Type: LAS
Course Name/ CRN: LOS ANGELES UNDERSTANDING L.A./ 10340 # of Units Offered: 3
Non-Refundable Fee $150.00: *Is charged only when one "Commits" to a travel program
Program Description:
Queen Mary

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 attention will be given to how Los Angeles has captured popular imagination both nationally and globally.

Los Angeles, CA

May 14 - May 19, 2018: Program begins and ends at Otis College of Art and Design each day

(based on 25 paying participants, price subject to change based on number of participants)

Bus transportation throughout your tour - 7 Hours per day (approximately 9am-4p)
Speaker Fees
Sit-down Lunch at Clifton's Cafeteria
Guided Tour of the Gamble Hosue
Self-Guided Visit to The Huntington
Visit to Olvera Street
Self-guided Visit to the Avila Adobe House
Visit to the America Tropical Interpretive Center
Self-guided Visit to La Placita Church
Visit to the Bradbury Building
Lunch at Grand Central Market (not included)
View Local Murals and Graffiti
Visit to El Mercado
Visit Dodger Stadium and Echo Park
Visit to Chinatown
Guided Tour on The Queen Mary
Roundtrip ride on the Aqua Bus
Visit to the Naples Canals
Visit to the Manhattan Beach Strand
Visit to Watts Towers
Admission to the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits
Visit to Hollywood Boulevard
Visit to the Scenic Overlook at Baldwin Hills State Park
Visit to the Old Zoo in Griffith Park
Visit to the Griffith Observatory
Show Ticket for the Samuel Oschin Planetarium
Blessing of the Animals at Olvera Street

Tuition Cost
Course Materials

Lead Faculty Contact, David Bremer

Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.