Our featured exhibit is the result of a 5-week summer fellowship. Select students from history, graphic arts, and computer science collaborated to bring the lost landscape of Stockton’s Little Manila to life through digital mapping and 3D model reconstruction. These students worked with local Filipino community institutions, like the Little Manila Foundation and the Filipino American National Historical Society, and interviewed community members to tell the story of this community in a gaming environment. Visit our site dedicated to the history of Little Manila and the Filipino community in Stockton where you can explore the exhibit pages, GIS map, the interactive Neatline map, or download the interactive reconstruction of historic Little Manila.
Submissions from 2017
Little Manila Visualization, Josh Salyers, Danielle Thomasson, Kyle Sabbatino, Jamie Culilap, Sarah Kuo, Ronnie Sanchez, and Hannah Tvergyak