Studio artists in residence plans music video presentations

Nicholas Moore
Nicholas Moore

Nicholas Moore —  a digital marketing consultant, filmmaker and producer — will serve as artist in residence for the first four months of 2018 at the Mesa County Libraries 970West Studio in Grand Junction.

Moore will help create a music video for Mount Orchid, a local band, during his residency. He also will host events for teen-agers that will include presentations on music videos, setting up video shoots and editing footage.

A presentation on the art of the music video is scheduled for 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Jan. 30 at the central library, 443 N. Sixth St.. A presentation on the art of filming a band is set for 3:30 to 5 p.m. Feb. 20 at the 970West Studio at Fifth and Ouray Avenue. A presentation on the art of the edit is set for 3:30 to 5 p.m. March 20 at the 970West Studio. Registration is required for the Feb. 20 and March 20 presentations by calling 243-4442 or visiting the website at www.mesacountylibraries.org.

Moore works as a videographer and collaboration artist. He’s traveled to Costa Rica, Ecuador and other countries; set up blank canvases in public spaces; and invited passersby to create paintings representative of their cultures — all while he filmed the process.

Moore also traveled to Nepal to document the long-term effects of earthquakes there. The production, titled “Nepal Will Rise” has reached international audiences.