Columbus Moving Image Art Review 11 Spring 2012 May 25th

14 05 2012

The Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) will host its eleventh quarterly local moving image screening event on Friday May 25th from 8pm to 9:30pm at the Ohio State University’s Hagerty Hall Theater room 180. CMIAR is a screening event for artist residing inColumbus,Ohio and surrounding areas. CMIAR was developed by two local moving image artists who wanted to create a way for the seventh art of film to return to the presentation medium of the cinema house. The goal of CMIAR is to provide a quarterly screening event comprised of works from local artists working in the seventh art of the moving image. The screening event will be programmed with moving image work obtained through submissions.

CMIAR 10 Winter 2012

Once in a Blue Moon – Faustine Gau
Rhythmus 2012  – Mindy Hurley
The Surgeon’s Son – Ryan Nathan Hale
Orange Vortex – Jacob Koestler
Black andOrange- Molly McCullough
DiSTRACTION – Brian Whitlinger
Quarrel’s Colors – Katelyn Hern
Fertility – Tatiana Svrckova
A Memory of a Dream – Sean McHenry
Ennui – Nicolette Lee
Terminal Vertices – Matt Swift
Magnum Opus – Corey Aumiller

The Columbus Moving Image Art Review has free open submissions and the screening events are open to the public with free admission and accepted donations. Visit the CMIAR on facebook and to stay up to date on current participating artists and other CMIAR news.

The Columbus Moving Image Art review is currently sponsored by Nicolettecinemagraphics, and the Ohio State University’s Film Studies Program.
After the show feel free to stay and chat with the artists about their past, current, and future work.

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