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Evie Metz is an animator, photographer, and art-educator with a Masters of Fine Art from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Bachelors of Fine Art from Maryland Institute College of Art.

She uses animation to address aspects of the human experience that can be hard to talk about, such as grief, aging, and desire. Her process of performing puppets becomes an extension of the body. The characters reflect what they've been through; they age, stitches may unravel, clay begins to crack. These are traces that something human is behind the material.

She was selected as a Trawick Prize Finalist in 2022 and received the Young Artist Award. Her work has been featured online with RVA Mag, NoBudge, and Girls in Film. Recent solo and group exhibitions include Rhizome in Washington DC and Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg, NY. These films have shown nationally and internationally at festivals including the Maryland Film Fest, Chicago International Film Festival, and Glasgow Short Film Festival. 

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