Charles Woodman

Charles Woodman

Professor

Professional Summary

Charles Woodman is an electronic artist working in video and expanded media. He has been on the faculty of the School of Art at the University of Cincinnati since 1999. His recent projects have concentrated on the creation of multi-image video installations for museums and galleries, and the integration of video with live performance, often in collaboration with musicians or dancers, Exhibitions of his work include screenings at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Block Museum of Art, Chicago, Black Maria Film and Video Festival, Edison, NJ, American Dance Festival, Raleigh, NC, and the San Francisco Cinematheque. Woodman was a founding member of the video performance group viDEO sAVant and has been a pioneer in the development of live cinema - real time video editing as live performance. His work was recently featured in the documentary, The Woodman’s and the electronic journal Stegmart 10 - VideoFocus.

Education

Masters of Fine Arts, University of Oklahoma Norman, OK, 1982 (Design Film/Video)

Bachelor of Arts, Antioch College Yellow Springs, OH, 1979 (Art/Communications)

Research Support

2013 University of Cincinnati Faculty Research Grants

2011 University of Cincinnati Faculty Research Grants

2009 University of Cincinnati Faculty Research Grants

2002 University of Cincinnati Faculty Research Grants

2001 University of Cincinnati Faculty Research Grants

1999 University of Cincinnati Faculty Research Grants

1998 University of Oklahoma Faculty Research Grants

1997 University of Oklahoma Faculty Research Grants

1994 NEA New Forms Regional Grant Program, Painted Bride Arts Center, Philadelphia, PA

1993 D.C. Arts Commission Grant for Individual Artists Washington, DC

1988 New Mexico Arts Division Media Arts Production Grant, Santa Fe, NM

1985 New Mexico Arts Division Media Arts Production Grant, Santa Fe, NM

1984 New Mexico Arts Division Media Arts Production Grant, Santa Fe, NM

1987 Philadelphia Independent Film and Video Association Artists Subsidy Grant, Philadelphia, PA

Honors and Awards

1990 Media Arts Production Award Intermedia Arts Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

2002 Outstanding Junior Faculty Award University of Cincinnati

2011 Artists Excellence Award Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, OH

2014 Residency Award Signal Culture, Corning, NY

Research and Practice Interests

Video Production Computer Animation Interactive Interface Design Installation Art Performance Art

Preferred Information

Professor, BA http://www.videosavant.org