Engage LA

With a grant made possible by the Skoll Center for Social Impact Entertainment and in collaboration with UCLA's REMAP for exhibition at the Los Angeles Historic State Parks Welcome Pavilion, ENGAGE LA was a collection of physically interactive and immersive media works created by TFT senior undergraduate students in the Interpretive Digital Media concentration for their capstone experience. With Los Angeles as the backdrop, the projects focused on diverse, compelling stories and issues ranging from housing, immigration, the environment and education and were accompanied by early stage social impact campaigns.

Dream Clouds: Inspiring future generations through collaborative work By Andrew Rosenstein

Enclaves: A multisensory collage about the immigrant cultures of Los Angeles By Nerris Nassiri

Explore the Los Angeles River: Reconnecting Angelenos to their River By Fawad Assadullah

GreenSpaces: A network of parks, the people that use them, the things they do By Vesta Partovi

OneForAnother: Community self-expression by the children of the William Mead Housing Project By Luke Grigg

Pedal LA: The city through the eyes of bicyclists By David Gauch