Student generated videos by by LA303L Spring 2016 #CPPLA
This blog post is meant to be a reflection of the quarter and my thoughts of the future of this project. This quarter has come to an end. With it […]
This is an example of an exhibition board that will be displayed on the wall during the exhibition week. This poster board contains information such as the map that was […]
Los Angeles River Watershed is composed of the Los Angeles River and tributaries that include: Bell Creek, Browns Canyon Wash, Aliso Creek, Tujunga Wash, Verdugo Wash, Arroyo Seco, Rio Hondo, […]
As the quarter comes to an end, we progress forward in our educational journey as landscape architecture students here at Cal Poly Pomona. Each quarter we get closer and closer […]
The past two quarters we’ve been working on the Aqueduct Futures Project under the supervision of Professor Barry Lehrman. We have exercised our abilities to create landscapes that express cultural identity […]
Outdoor Water Use Making a map of outdoor water use was not an easy task. I could not find information on outdoor water use that would be represented in map […]
“Corresponding shifts in the landscape” takes a look at the Antelope Valley water basin and recognizes the benefits withdrawn as a result of water policy and management. The Antelope Valley […]
“Water we use” is a short film documenting Southern California’s water supply infrastructure. The clips from the short film were captured within the limits of the San Gabriel River watershed, […]
Videos from LA302L’s week 4 field trip alternative video-making project.
Hydro-librium signifies the balance of water, an ironic caption depicting the not so equated water dispute between the Owens Valley and city of Los Angeles. As Los Angeles began to […]
A crisis is an opportunity for change – the current drought in the US shows that we need to make major policy shifts and for conservation practices to be come normal. The Aqueduct Futures project at Cal Poly will be generating innovative designs for water infrastructure and means to communicate the importance of water to the public.