Summer of Art 2014: July 7-August 1
Registration is now open.
Enroll by Friday, April 25 and receive a $100 discount.
Immerse yourself in a dynamic, creative environment with other students who are passionate about art and design. This summer, build and develop your creative and artistic skills while exploring a specific medium or aspect of art and design.
This intensive, four-week, pre-college program is for individuals 15 and older who wish to study at one of the top art and design colleges in the country. Serious young artists seeking to strengthen and enhance their art and design skills, as well as students with limited art training, are invited to participate. To receive a brochure please fill out the Rush Me Info form. You can also download the 2014 brochure now. Questions? Please call 310.665.6864, email email@example.com, or contact us here.
Small classes ensure personalized, in-depth learning. Rigorous course work includes hands-on studio courses and labs in your chosen Specialization Course (three days per week) and/or a Foundation Studio Course (two days per week). Classes meet 9:00am - 4:00pm, Monday through Friday. (Some outside work is required.) 2 units of college credit for Specialization Courses and 1 unit of college credit for Foundation Studio Courses are awarded to eligible students upon successful completion of the program.
English Immersion courses are now available for English learners. The Otis Summer of Art English as a Second Language (ESL) Immersion program is designed to provide a creative environment to expand one’s competency of the English language while developing skills and knowledge of art and design. For more information check out the English Immersion Program.
Summer of Art courses are taught by award-winning instructors who are practicing professionals, many of whom teach in Otis' undergraduate and graduate programs. Contact with these instructors provides a glimpse into the working lives of professional artists and designers and introduces you to many career choices in art, design, and related fields. See faculty bios.
I got a "scholarship" to attend art classes
At an art college when I was in high school summer between my junior and senior years, it was a program for high school students to draw them in and make them want to attend this very expensive private art school.
Anyway, I saw my first naked man (except for my Dad once, by accident, which I don't want to talk about LA LA LA LA LA) in the figure drawing class that summer. I couldn't believe it when the male model was actually stripping. It was not even within my realm of possibilities that this could actually happen. If they had us or our parents sign a release form, I hadn't noticed