Columbus Moving Image Art Review 48 is October 22nd live on Facebook and YouTube.

The Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) will host its 48th quarterly local moving image screening event on Friday October 22nd starting at 8pm on Facebook and through the YouTube channel of Nicolettecinemagraphics https://www.youtube.com/user/cinemagraphics/ or https://youtu.be/KxF2JbDD8c0

CMIAR is a screening event for artists residing in Columbus, Ohio and surrounding areas. CMIAR was developed by two local moving image artists to create an outlet to exhibit all forms of moving image art produced in the Central Ohio area, as part of single curated show.

CMIAR has been screening local work by artists four times a year since 2009. Even though we are all faced with the current daily events surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic, we believe that using live stream technology, the show must go on. Please join us for this show and continue to celebrate the 7th art of the moving image in Central Ohio.

CMIAR 48 Artists in Screening Order

12 Artists 13 Works 1 Show

Rhythm of a City – Matt Swift – 4:22

The Art Earth Nature’s Vista Prayers – Eric Homan – 4:41

Jealousy – Kimberly Burleigh – 7:18

MMI (Seven Variations) – Zoe Chronis – 2:39

Portrait of a Musician – David Rivas – 3:38

I tried to write a love letter with my body – Priyanka Das – 22:28

Purr – Michael Carroll – 0:16

A Gallery Tale – Megan Combs, Kellen McGrath – 3:57

Doppelgänger – Mireille Rhodes – 1:52

Ghosting – Stacie Sells-Vanscoder – 4:03

Red Gold – David Rivas – 1:42

The Shipment – Rocky Nguyen – 7:45

Stirring – Henrique Couto – 3:42

Call for Submissions – Columbus Moving Image Art Review 48

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CMIAR – Call for Submissions

Call for Submissions for the Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) 48 Online Live Broadcast Screening is now open. The show is on Friday, July 30th at 8pm as a facebook and youtube live broadcast. The deadline for submission is Sunday, October 10th 2021. Make sure to visit the submission page to download the form and send your high quality downloadable video link (no youtube links) or DVD at any time up to the deadline. Send in your new or old animations – videos – films, or propose an a/v performance. If it uses light and it moves it is fair game; video, film, animation, documentary, narrative, experimental, student, and professional. We aim to celebrate what central Ohio has to offer – with no time or subject constraints. If you would like to submit an entry online please email us at movingimageart[at]gmail.com so we can make arrangements. CMIAR on Facebook.

Columbus Moving Image Art Review 47 – Live Broadcast July 30th, 8pm

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Columbus Moving Image Art Review 47 is July 30th live on Facebook and YouTube. The Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) will host its 47th quarterly local moving image screening event on Friday July 30th starting at 8pm on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/events/787212408624134/ and through the YouTube channel of Nicolettecinemagraphics – https://youtu.be/wOUtFIdtWW8 CMIAR is a screening event for artists residing in Columbus, Ohio and surrounding areas. CMIAR was developed by two local moving image artists to create an outlet to exhibit all forms of moving image art produced in the Central Ohio area, as part of single curated show. CMIAR has been screening local work by artists four times a year since 2009. Even though we are all faced with the current daily events surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic, we believe that using live stream technology, the show must go on. Please join us for this show and continue to celebrate the 7th art of the moving image in Central Ohio.

CMIAR 47 Artists in Screening Order

18 Artists 18 Works 1 Show

Bound – Jack Ballard – 5:36

License to Steal – Mat Grimes – 3:55

More a Pain – Shawn Kerns – 2:46

The Shooter – Amanda Kline – 2:32

AnimHeru – Ethereal (Official Video) – James Bowman – 5:08

The Rainbow Nebula Aqua Dances #2.5 – Eric Homan – 1:40

Reflective Garden – Christian Merrill – 2:24

Bubble Electric Theory – Doug Leed – 4:29

To Reap – Charles Dykstal – 6:11

Sona VS – Mackenzie Bigley – 2:40

Heartstrings – Erin Donahue – 5:15

From Wine to Vine: The Vineyard Expansion Assistance Program – Chelsie Corso – 5:05

Shoe Bob – Angela Xayavong – 12:53

Dustin Clark: The Humanity in Who We Are – Brandon Abbott – 6:32

IN STUDIO: Zachary Armstrong with Michael Goodson – Phil Garrett – 14:46

My Mother’s Keeper – Adam Clark – 7:11

Get the F*ck to Church – Max Kaplan – 3:52

A Fistful of Ketchup – John Maslowski – :48

Call for Submissions – Columbus Moving Image Art Review 47

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Call for Submissions for the Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) 47 Online Live Broadcast Screening is now open. The show is on Friday, July 30th at 8pm as a facebook and youtube live broadcast. The deadline for submission is Sunday, July 11th 2021. Make sure to visit the submission page to download the form and send your high quality downloadable video link (no youtube links) or DVD at any time up to the deadline. Send in your new or old animations – videos – films, or propose an a/v performance. If it uses light and it moves it is fair game; video, film, animation, documentary, narrative, experimental, student, and professional. We aim to celebrate what central Ohio has to offer – with no time or subject constraints. If you would like to submit an entry online please email us at movingimageart[at]gmail.com so we can make arrangements. CMIAR on Facebook.

Columbus Moving Image Art Review 46, May 7th

Columbus Moving Image Art Review 46 is May 7th live on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch.

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The Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) will host its 46th quarterly local moving image screening event on Friday May 7th  starting at 8pm on Facebook, YouTube through the channel of Nicolettecinemagraphics, – https://www.youtube.com/user/cinemagraphics/, and Twitch – https://www.twitch.tv/nicolettecinemagraphics
CMIAR is a screening event for artists residing in Columbus, Ohio and surrounding areas. CMIAR was developed by two local moving image artists to create an outlet to exhibit all forms of moving image art produced in the Central Ohio area, as part of single curated show.
CMIAR has been screening local work by artists four times a year since 2009. Even though we are all faced with the current daily events surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic, we believe that using live stream technology, the show must go on. Please join us for this show and continue to celebrate the 7th art of the moving image in Central Ohio.

CMIAR 46 Artists in Screening Order
16 Artists 16 Works 1 Show
 
Bridges of Love – We Amplify Voices – 3:30
Rose Vortex | Prism Bloom – Eric Homan – 1:39
Frozen Veil – Rew (Rachel Wagner) – 4:57
Crag – Rew (Rachel Wagner) – 3:18
Tautogram in Double-U – CG Ryan – 3:18
Stickie – Olive Couri – 2:37
Bound –  Brandon Truscott – 5:37
Voir –  Bryget Anderson – 4:44
Boinkman the Art Handler – Shawn Kerns – 4:59
Bird Feeder –  Bryce E. Logan, Elbert Smith –  9:27
Evelyn – Hannah Aileen Barlow –  7:59
Urashima Taro – Christian Merrill – 4:21
Lunar Stranding – John Maslowski – 0:43
1 am + 1 – Bobby Morris and Ariadna Franco – 1:00
Liberty –  Bobby Morris and Ariadna Franco – 10:00
Blue Rebellion – Cristyn Allen-Steward – 6:59

Call for Submissions – Columbus Moving Image Art Review 46

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CMIAR – Call for Submissions

The Call for Submissions for the Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) 46 Online Live Broadcast Screening is now open. The show is on Friday, May 7th at 8pm as a facebook and youtube live broadcast. The deadline for submission is Sunday, April 18th  2021. Make sure to visit the submission page to download the form and send your high quality downloadable video link (no youtube links) or DVD at any time up to the deadline. Send in your new or old animations – videos – films, or propose an a/v performance. If it uses light and it moves it is fair game; video, film, animation, documentary, narrative, experimental, student, and professional. We aim to celebrate what central Ohio has to offer – with no time or subject constraints. If you would like to submit an entry online please email us at movingimageart[at]gmail.com so we can make arrangements. CMIAR on Facebook.

Columbus Moving Image Art Review 45 is January 29th live on Facebook and YouTube

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The Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) will host its 45th quarterly local moving image screening event on Friday January 29th  starting at 8pm on Facebook and YouTube through the YouTube channel of Nicolettecinemagraphics https://www.youtube.com/user/cinemagraphics/

CMIAR is a screening event for artists residing in Columbus, Ohio and surrounding areas. CMIAR was developed by two local moving image artists to create an outlet to exhibit all forms of moving image art produced in the Central Ohio area, as part of single curated show.

CMIAR has been screening local work by artists four times a year since 2009. Even though we are all faced with the current daily events surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic, we believe that using live stream technology, the show must go on. Please join us for this show and continue to celebrate the 7th art of the moving image in Central Ohio.

Get a sneak peak at the show with this short teaser of CMIAR 45!

CMIAR 45 Artists in Screening Order

8 Artists 9 Works 1 Show

Happy New Year – Tracy Miller-Robbins – 0:39

Play4Now: Racquetball Zen – CG Ryan – 3:51

Pixel Static Butterfly Slants: Video Wall Art #1 – Eric Homan – 1:41

Solar Velocity – Solar Eclipse 2017 in 320 views – Matt Swift – 3:08

EnLIGHTen A-live Music – Chrystal Robinson Shofroth – 5:11

Brunch of the Apocalypse – Nic White – 2:26

43% Burnt – Josh Arnold – 3:53

Dear Montreal – Nikki Swift – 1:25

Getting My Hit – Gideon Smiley – 2:08

Wilderness Days – Jason Younkman 11:13

From Darkness Into Light – Nicolettecinemagraphics – 19:41

Call for Submissions – Columbus Moving Image Art Review 45

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CMIAR – Call for Submissions

The Call for Submissions for the Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) 45 Online Live Broadcast Screening is now open. The show is on Friday, January 29th at 8pm as a facebook and youtube live broadcast. The deadline for submission is Sunday, January 10th  2021. Make sure to visit the submission page to download the form and send your high quality downloadable video link (no youtube links) or DVD at any time up to the deadline. Send in your new or old animations – videos – films, or propose an a/v performance. If it uses light and it moves it is fair game; video, film, animation, documentary, narrative, experimental, student, and professional. We aim to celebrate what central Ohio has to offer – with no time or subject constraints. If you would like to submit an entry online please email us at movingimageart[at]gmail.com so we can make arrangements. CMIAR on Facebook.

Columbus Moving Image Art Review 44 is Oct 9th live on Facebook and YouTube

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Columbus Moving Image Art Review 44 is October 9th live on Facebook and YouTube.
The Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) hosted its 44th quarterly local moving image screening event on Friday October 9th  starting at 8pm on Facebook and YouTube through the YouTube channel of Nicolettecinemagraphics https://www.youtube.com/user/cinemagraphics/

CMIAR is a screening event for artists residing in Columbus, Ohio and surrounding areas. CMIAR was developed by two local moving image artists to create an outlet to exhibit all forms of moving image art produced in the Central Ohio area, as part of single curated show.

CMIAR has been screening local work by artists four times a year since 2009. Even though we are all faced with the current daily events surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic, we believe that using live stream technology, the show must go on. Please join us for this show and continue to celebrate the 7th art of the moving image in Central Ohio.

CMIAR 44 Artists in Screening Order

13 Artists 21 Works 1 Show
Fork in the Road 2016 Part 1 – Ascension Dissension – Matt Swift – 2:41
No Whites Allowed – Directors Tyler Wirtanen and Shane Thompson – 10:00
The Rivers are Poison – Riots Behind Curtains Productions – 3:47
Fork in the Road 2016 Part 2 – Operant Conditioning – Matt Swift – 5:45
Amalgamation – Doug Leed – 4:08
Faces Found: What Do You See?/ Our Unseen World – Eric Homan – 6:04
A Cigarette Laughs – Matt Yoho – :16
Fork in the Road 2016 Part 3 – Civil Disobedience – Matt Swift – 1:33
Fujiyama – MMX Bardamazon Productions -9:21
Fork in the Road 2016 Part 4- Habituation Insight Imprinting – Matt Swift – 1:26
Heroes – Riots Behind Curtains Productions – 3:17
Sequoia – Chase Angel – 2:10
History of Present Illness – Phillip Anjum – 9:31
License Exam – Sonny Boo Productions – 2:20
Arisen – Doug Leed – 4:39
Performance Art – Sean Gregory – 2:19
Intangible Windows: Installation View – CG Ryan – 7:22
Fork in the Road 2016 Part 5- Voices of Solidarity – Matt Swift – 7:58
The Woman – Allie Vugrincic – 1:01
Pasture – Graham Holford / An Old Thumper Production – 13:41
Fork in the Road 2016 Part 6- Mediated Healing Illuminated – Matt Swift – 3:09

Call for Submissions – Columbus Moving Image Art Review 44

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CMIAR – Call for Submissions

The Call for Submissions for the Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) 44 Online Live Broadcast Screening is now open. The show is on Friday, October 9th 2020 at 8pm as a facebook and youtube live broadcast. The deadline for submission is Sunday, September 27th  2020. Make sure to visit the submission page to download the form and send your high quality downloadable video link (no youtube links) or DVD at any time up to the deadline. Send in your new or old animations – videos – films, or propose an a/v performance. If it uses light and it moves it is fair game; video, film, animation, documentary, narrative, experimental, student, and professional. We aim to celebrate what central Ohio has to offer – with no time or subject constraints. If you would like to submit an entry online please email us at movingimageart[at]gmail.com so we can make arrangements. CMIAR on Facebook.