CCAD students’ work to be shown at the Lincoln

Jul 11, 2019
CCAD Student Darrin Faires works on Harpoon. Photo by Madeline Anson (Film & Video, 2020).

​​​​​​​CCAD student Darrin Faires (Film & Video, 2020) works on
Harpoon, a visual album for Columbus-based electronic/pop performer KILYO, which will be shown at CCAD at the Lincoln on Sunday, Aug. 4, 2019. Photo by Madeline Anson (Film & Video, 2020).

Columbus, Ohio—As part of a yearlong partnership between CAPA and Columbus College of Art & Design, the Lincoln Theatre will showcase a selection of films and animated work by CCAD students and recent graduates in early August.

CCAD at the Lincoln: A screening of film and animation will take place Sunday, Aug. 4, 2019, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Lincoln Theatre at 769 E. Long St. Columbus, OH 43203. (The event is free and open to the public, and seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.)

The free screening will feature more than 30 pieces from students and recent graduates of CCAD’s Film & Video and Animation programs, including work that debuted at Chroma: Best of CCAD on Wednesday, May 9, 2019. The event will also feature work by several CCAD alumni who work with two of CCAD’s longtime partners, the production and post-production firm Ohio Film Group and the world-class animation company Lengi Studios, both located in a state-of-the-art building on CCAD’s campus.

The event is part of a yearlong partnership between CAPA and CCAD as CCAD celebrates its 140th anniversary and CAPA celebrates its 50th.

CCAD at the Lincoln will give students a chance to showcase their work in front of a wider audience in a beautiful, historic venue,” says Nella CitinoFilm & Video Chair at CCAD. 

CAPA President and CEO Chad Whittington says they’re looking forward to showing work by CCAD students.

“We are very excited to partner with CCAD on this important event,” Whittington says. “The Lincoln prides itself on being an incubator for up-and-coming artists, so showcasing the work of these talented student filmmakers is a perfect fit.” 

Work in CCAD at the Lincoln will include:

  • Bethany, a documentary about parental suicide by CCAD student Janelle Moorman (Film & Video, 2020) that was nominated for a local student Emmy Award 

  • Daryl Andrew Henderson II, a documentary about a local barber and barbershop by CCAD student Samuel Koh (Film & Video, 2020) that was also nominated for a local student Emmy Award

  • Forest Monster, an animated short by CCAD grad Rim Lee (Animation, 2019) about a lonely forest monster who finds a family where he was least looking for it. 

  • Harpoona visual album for Columbus-based electronic/pop performer KILYO by CCAD grad Darrin Faires (Film & Video, 2019)

  • Kaiju KO!, an animated short by CCAD grad Ryan Cunningham (Animation, 2019) about two nincompoops who accidentally destroy neo-Portland and end up saving the world

The screening will also feature works by a Gold Medal and Judges’ Choice 2019 American Advertising Award Winner, a collaborator for Toonboom’s Harmony Anya & Bean Run Cycle Demo, and GIPHY Verified Artist who worked as an intern for Williams Street Headquarters, animating bumps for Adult Swim

About Columbus College of Art & Design

Columbus College of Art & Design teaches undergraduate and graduate students in the midst of a thriving creative community in Columbus, Ohio. Founded in 1879, CCAD is one of the oldest private, nonprofit art and design colleges in the United States, and in 2019, the college is celebrating 140 years of creative excellence. CCAD offers 12 BFA programs and two master’s programs in art and design that produce graduates equipped to shape culture and business at the highest level. For more information, visit

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