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A Celebration of the 7th Art – Columbus Moving Image Art Review 25

Columbus Moving Image Art Review 25 is Jan. 15th

Columbus Moving Image Art Review – CMIAR 25 – is scheduled for Friday, Jan. 15th, at 8 p.m. in room 180 Hagerty Hall, 1775 College Rd. on Ohio State’s campus.   In 2009 Nicolette and Matt Swift, two local moving image artists, founded Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR), a quarterly screening event that showcases work from Central Ohio in a curated free-to-submit and free-to-attend exhibition. Since 2009, CMIAR has shown over 300 works by Central Ohio moving image artists, filmmakers, animators, software artists and projection performance artists, and has presented work at numerous festivals. Screenings have shown work from faculty, staff and students at The Ohio State University, Columbus College of Art and Design, members of the Mid-Ohio Filmmakers Association and several independent artists. This event will celebrate CMIAR’s 25th show and will feature moving image work from local submissions, past CMIAR participants and a featured live projection performance.   Free and open to the public. CMIAR is sponsored by The Ohio State University Film Studies Program and Nicolettecinemagraphics.Visit CMIAR on Facebook to RSVP to the event.

CMIAR 25 – A Celebration of the 7th Art

Screening Artists

Stacie Sells / “at heart I am an gentleman”

Molly Mickley / Still

Nicolette Swift / Goodbye Margaret

Celia Peters / FIOFY

Catherine Lee / escape[2]space

Catherine Lee / dis[connect]

Catherine Lee / [wander, wonder]

Amy Lewis / All Darmstadtium to the Unsophisticated Havoc

Amy Lewis / Fantastic Foxtor Who

Jennifer Bender, Nicolette Swift / 180 Montage – Broad and High

Pamela Theodotou, Rhea Waldman / Pterodynamica

Molly Mickley / Rorschach

Pamela Theodotou, Rhea Waldman / Leaving

Eric Homan / American Southwest – Landscape Meditations

Phil Garrett / Ísland Film

Kevin Vanscoder / Mountain Waves

Matt Swift / Emitting Velocity – Burning Tree (live Performance)

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