The Media Experience
The Media Experience helps students take advantage of Judson University’s strategic location in the Chicagoland area. With a careful eye for exciting and relevant events, professors design monthly “field trips” for media majors.
Ranging from writers’ workshops to photography exhibits to film series, the Media Experience takes students beyond the classroom. Through these events, students experience the wide world of their major area of study, reinforcing traditional learning and expanding the horizons of their future professions. Frequency: three times every semester.
Fall 2016 Events
Tuesday, March 1 at 6 p.m.
Gene Siskel Film Center
The 400 Blows (a classic Francois Truffaut drama) followed by a discussion led by Pamela Robertson
Saturday, April 9
Museum of Contemporary Photography
Special Exhibit: MoCP at 40 (selections of photographs from the permanent collection to celebrate the museum’s 40th anniversary)
Tuesday-Saturday, March 29 - April 2
The Imago Film Festival: Judson University’s Film Festival, designed to explore the intersections between faith and film