Charles Woodman

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Charles Charles Woodman has been working in the field of Electronic Art for more than fifteen years and has been a Professor of Fine Arts at the University of Cincinnati since 1999. His recent projects have concentrated on the integration of video in live performances, often in collaboration with musicians or dancers, and on the creation of video installations for museums and galleries. Exhibitions of his work include screenings at the Block Museum of Art in Chicago, the New Interfaces for Musical Expression conference in Vancouver, Canada, the Black Maria Film and Video Festival, Edison, NJ, the American Dance Festival in Raleigh, NC, the San Francisco Cinematheque, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Woodman was a founding member of the video performance group viDEO sAVant and is currently working on a the design of a new instrument for use in real time performance, a "gesture based interface for real-time control of video playback". He has participated in the Artist in Residence program at the Experimental Television Center for many years. Grants and Fellowships Faculty Development Grant, Faculty Development Council, University of Cincinnati, 1999 Research/ Creative Activity Equipment Award, Research Council, University of Oklahoma, 1998. Faculty Research Opportunity Grant, College Of Fine Arts, University of Oklahoma, 1998. International Travel Award, Office of Intentional Studies, University of Oklahoma, 1998. Junior Faculty Research Grant, Research Council, University of Oklahoma, 1997. Artist's Residency Fellowship, Experimental Television Center, Owego, NY, 1997, 1994, 1993, 1991, 1990,1989,1987. Technology Assistance Award, Research Council, University of Oklahoma, 1997. NEA New Forms Regional Grant Program, Painted Bride Arts Center, Philadelphia, PA, 1994. Grant for Individual Artists, D.C. Arts Commission, Washington, DC, 1993. NEA Regional Media Arts Fellowship, Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Pittsburgh, PA, 1991. Media Arts Production Award, Intermedia Arts Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, 1990. Media Arts Production Grant, New Mexico Arts Division, Santa Fe, NM, 1988, 1985, 1984. Artists Subsidy Grant, Philadelphia Independent Film and Video Association, Philadelphia , PA, 1987. NEA Regional Media Arts Fellowship, Southwest Alternate Media Project, Houston, TX, 1982. MFA Design-Film/Video, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, 1982 BA Art/Communications, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH, 1979.