There are no CGI superheroes at MICA's Sweaty Eyeballs animation showcase, nor will Wallace and Gromit be there. Rather, expect an animated line of ink timed to classical music, moving bird shit on the sidewalk, and the like. Towson animation professor Phil Davis and co-curator Max Porter have a taste for what Davis calls "the strange and experimental," and the screening reflects that. Davis and Porter have gathered a blend of styles-stop-motion, 2-D, 3-D CG, hybrid-and formats-character narratives, music videos, and unclassifiable shorts. For little-known, experimental animators, Sweaty Eyeballs is a rare chance to present on the big screen.