Open House at the Global Emergent Media (GEM) Lab
Come see our new equipment and learn about upcoming initiatives, events, and ways to get involved.
When: Thursday, January 26, from 5-7pm
***formal presentation + welcome from Dean Duclos, 5:30-6pm
Where: FB 630.15 (1250 Guy St, 6th floor, Concordia University SGW campus)
Please join us for refreshments and to learn about the GEM Lab's newly installed research equipment, project initiatives, and upcoming events. Learn how to become a GEM Lab member, how to access equipment, and how to participate in upcoming research creation events, including: Master Class with documentary filmmaker JP Sniadecki, March 3; the Seminar in Media and Political Theory: CAPTURE, April 14-15; and the first GEM Lab Summer Institute in Salemi, Sicily, July; among many other projects!
Find out more about the Lab here: http://www.globalemergentmedia.com/
The GLOBAL EMERGENT MEDIA (GEM) Lab is a unique research platform centered on the critical study of global new media (including but not limited to digital forms and practices). The Lab combines media ethnographic research and experimentation, digitization and curation projects, and a commitment to critical social and cultural theory. The GEM Lab is in development during the 2016-17 academic year; full programming and access to lab equipment will begin in Fall 2017.
Follow GEM on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/626238870892641/
or join our mailing list: http://www.globalemergentmedia.com/about
Contact Dr. Joshua Neves for more information (joshua.neves[at]concordia.ca)