Experimental Media in the 21st Century

Off the Screen! Speaker Series


North Quad Space 2435 Fri, Mar 25, 2022 11:00 AM


11:00am–12:00pm | Free

North Quad Space 2435


The 21st century has brought about a transformation in the way in which we produce, distribute, and consume media. This panel will consist of university student experimental media makers who create for multiple platforms, venues, and audiences. The goal of the roundtable is to garner students from various geographic spaces across the US who are making experimental media and have them not only share their work, but dialogue about their own lived realities and the processes they use to create and distribute their work.


Joey Lopez is an Associate Professor of the Practice at Texas A&M and Director of the Department of Communication’s Media & Gaming Lab. Joey is a polymath whose work ranges from Chicana Feminism to automotive journalism to hardware and software development cheerleading. He is a co-founder of the Convergent Media Collective, a group of “stuff makers” who span multiple disciplines and geographical spaces, and is a fellow of the ACTLab Program, which was founded by tech goddess Sandy Stone.