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Vol.32 No.4 November 1998
ACM SIGGRAPH

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November 98 Columns
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Computer Graphics showcases the best work from students around the world. All three images in this issue come from Bowling Green State University’s School of Art. Mark Marcin, Assistant Professor of Art and Director of the Computer Art Program, states that although computers are the primary medium, the emphasis is placed squarely on art. Students concentrate their studies on concepts such as light and shadow, color, form and perspective. They then explore these ideas on a computer, the same way a painter explores those concepts with paint and canvas or a glass blower learns to use a canna or soffietta to create a work of art.

Although this month’s issue features work by university art students, we are actively seeking work by K-12 students and computer science students as well. We hope to hear from you soon.

Submission Guidelines

Images must be created by students. They may be created by individuals or groups of students. The act of creating an image must involve a computer in some way.

Teachers will submit images for their students. For each issue of Computer Graphics, a teacher may submit up to two images. Each image should be designated either a) K-12; b) art; or c) technical.

Images may be submitted electronically or on 35mm slides. For electronic submissions, students will need to prepare two versions of their images. The first version should be a TIFF file that is 300 dpi and approximately five inches long in the longer dimension. In other words, the image should be approximately 1500 pixels in its longer dimension. The second version should be a .gif file containing a thumbnail no bigger than two inches at 72 dpi on its longest side (144 pixels long).

For additional information about this new feature, submission instructions and forms, see our Web site, or contact one of the jurors listed below.

Rosalee J.Wolfe
Department of Computer Science
AC 450
DePaul University
243 S.Wabash Ave.
Chicago, IL 60604

Tel: +1-312-362-6248
Fax: +1-312-362-6116


Lynn Pocock
New York Institute of Technology
P. O. Box 8000
Old Westbury, NY 11568-8000

Jodi Giroux
Allen-Stevenson School
132 East 78th Street
New York, NY 10021

Tel: +1-212-288-7610


Karen Sullivan
13901 N. Florida Ave #E79
Tampa, FL 33613

Tel: +1-813-265-3799




Craig Carpenter

Craig Carpenter
dEEp
Category: Art
School: Bowling Green State University
School of Art, Bowling Green, OH 43403
Class Rank: Senior
Class: Art 491, Advanced Computer Art
Instructor: Mark Marcin

Software/Hardware: SGI, Alias Poweranimator, Photoshop, Media 100 (Macintosh), still from animation.


Jake Rowell

Jake Rowell
Body Parts
Category: Art
School: Bowling Green State University
School of Art, Bowling Green, OH 43403
Class Rank: Senior
Class: Art 491, Advanced Computer Art
Instructor: Mark Marcin

Software/Hardware: SGI, Alias Poweranimator, Photoshop, Media 100 (Macintosh), still from animation.


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Craig Carpenter
Bernie - Staying Alive
Category: Art
School: Bowling Green State University
School of Art, Bowling Green, OH 43403
Class Rank: Senior
Class: Art 491, Advanced Computer Art
Instructor: Mark Marcin

Software/Hardware: SGI, Alias Poweranimator, Photoshop, Media 100 (Macintosh), still from animation.