I developed the community engagement based on the previous study on Summer Food Sites. As Woodland Hills has the most summer food sites, I chose it as the study object together with Pittsburgh city to study the access to food and the diet in each area. The community engagement will be setting up a pavilion in the neighborhood to engage with the community. In the pavilion, there will be three steps to involve the engagement: A pin-up board, a mobile pin-up installation, and a tasting dish.
To analyze the sentiment changes in Pittsburgh in terms of time and spatial location.
Based on the study of the Summer Food Sites in Allegheny County, I found there is a congregation in Woodland Hills School District. Thus, I zoomed into Woodland Hills to explore how the distribution and characters of food sites are correlated with food resources, such as convenience stores, supermarkets, farmers market and fast food restaurants.
The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a national program of the USDA that provides FREE meals to kids during the summer months. Summer Food Sites are the designated spots to distribute the free food. I would like to explore the distribution of the summer food sites and how they relate to the social context.
Our team had to study the Graffiti in Pittsburgh. Considering the vast spectrum of graffiti, we came up with a question to began the data collection process. The question was what was the relation between murals and graffiti to the streets
Our group starts from the question that what is the correlation between the characters of graffiti/ murals along and near main streets in different neighborhoods in Pittsburgh. Taking Strip District, Downtown and Ellsworth as three samples which are very much different in landuse, activities, we did site investigation and took down the data manually. After synthesis of all the information that everyone collected, by using visualization and analysis of Carto to explore potential patterns.