Los Angeles Water Cycle The water supply for the City of Los Angeles is an intertwined mix of imported and local water. This Sankey Diagram reveals critical opportunities to improve […]
Final student videos from my spring LA303L Studio are here! Check out the awesome eidetic video montages featuring student’s dust mitigation projects for Owens Lake that were created using parametric design […]
Several talented photographers have brought their lenses to Owens Lake and created exhibit worthy images such as David Maisel, Robin Black, and my After the Aqueduct compatriot Chad Ress. Joining this pantheon is Jennifer […]
After the 1916 Complete Report on the Construction of the LA Aqueduct, Charles Lee’s 1915 Report on Hydrology of Owens Lake Basin & the Natural Soda Ash Industry as Affected by the Los Angeles Aqueduct Diversion [17mb […]
Student generated videos by by LA303L Spring 2016 #CPPLA
Project instructions from LA303L. Owens Lake Choreography, Eidetic Videos, Study Models, & Drawing Machines
Who’s to blame for dust in Owens Valley? Can’t only blame LA…
Jill Desimini (my grad school classmate at PennDesign) curated a fascinating exhibit about contemporary practices of cartographic representations used the creative process at the GSD. Cartographic Grounds displayed 41 maps in the […]
LATimes on AF: ‘[A] series of charts produced by Barry Lehrman and Cal Poly Pomona students… mapping complicated land-use issues… I would describe the charts as visually dry, although the pun threatens to distract from the seriousness of the task.
Blogging live 3_25 9:01 AM Central Time Incite Change|Change Insight is the theme for this year’s Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture [TheCELA.org] conference being hosted at K-State in Manhattan […]
A video introduction to the Aqueduct Futures project with students from LA 499, spring 2013.
Southern California Planning Congress, in cooperation with the California Center for Land and Water Stewardship, Cal Poly Pomona presents A Series on The Future of California’s Water Supply Part 1 […]
Hope you can join us for the closing reception of the Aqueduct Futures Exhibit: 9-11am, Tuesday 12/3.
The Aqueduct Futures Video!
Aqueduct Futures exhibit work-in-progress
Announcing a new Aqueduct Futures Project course at Cal Poly for Spring/Summer 2013!
LAtimes and DWP are running an art competition for students in grades 4-12. Entries due Feb 28th.
Videos from LA302L’s week 4 field trip alternative video-making project.
More info here! In connection with the workshop, the 606 Studio Aqueduct Futures Project has launched a new website: watershedwranglers.com with a survey about the Eastern Sierras.
humanities water footprint and virtual water mapped.