This video shows clips from XVAC's Pop-up Animation Show on the wall of Francar's restaurant in Mercer Village, Macon, Ga. The show featured animations by Mercer University students who took Craig Coleman's Beginning Drawing and Beginning Digital Imaging classes in the Spring Semester of 2014. Students in the drawing class used cell phone apps to create frame by frame animations on paper while students in the digital imaging class used Photoshop and SketchUp to create their works. The show took place on the evening of June 7, 2014.
XVAC (experimental video art in the corridor) is a project funded by the Knight Foundation. The project seeks to bring experimental video art events to public places in the College Hill Corridor area in Macon, Georgia and beyond.