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 in the Division of Communication Arts design monthly “field trips” for media majors (which are also open to all majors in the division).
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 2014 Events
6:00, Tuesday, September 16, Gene Siskel Film Center
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (a classic Marilyn Monroe comedy) followed by a discussion led by Jonathan Rosenbaum
Saturday, September 27, The Art Institute of Chicago
Photography exhibits: "Sharp, Clear Pictures: Edward Steichen’s World War I and Conde Nast Years" and "Sarah Charlesworth: Stills"
12:00, Saturday, October 11, Chicago International Film Festival at the AMC River East 21
Panel discussion "Selling Your Film" followed by a film screening