Welcome to the website of MediaLab, an applied multimedia and research program based in the School of Arts + Communication at Pacific Lutheran University.
MediaLab is an award–winning, student–run media organization with expertise across the media spectrum. Whether you need market research, photography, graphic design, writing, video, public relations, event planning, or more, MediaLab can work for you.
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- The Tacoma premiere of the award-winning documentary "Waste Not: Breaking Down the Food Equation" takes place at 7 p.m., April 23 in The Studio Theatre on the campus of Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma. The event, featuring remarks from the filmmakers and local food security experts, will be free and open to the general public.
- "Waste Not" has received several national and international recognitions, including of Festival of Arts Award from the Broadcast Educator's Association; a Rising Star Award from the Canada International Film Festival, and a First Place Grand Prize Award Nomination from the National Broadcasting Society.
- MediaLab has forged new partnerships recently with Peace Community Center, an organization devoted to improving educational opportunities for children living in Tacoma's Hilltop neighborhood, and Cascade Regional Blood Services, supplier of blood to hospitals and clinics in Pierce and South King Counties since 1946.
Member of the Month
A Communication major with an emphasis in Journalism, Evan joined MediaLab in Spring 2014. During Fall 2014, Evan served as team leader for the American Academy of Pediatrics video shoot, a project he will continue to lead when filming resumes later this month. Currently, Evan is the Video Team Leader for MediaLab, and generously shares his knowledge and skills with other members. Keep your eyes peeled for more great work from Evan!