The ACM SIGGRAPH Art Gallery, in presenting CG03: Computer Graphics 2003, is looking for thought-provoking 2D and 3D fine art and design, video, animation and sculptures that include a computer or electronic component in the process of creation. The Art Gallery will also collaborate with the Computer Animation Festival, the Guerilla Studio, and Emerging Technologies. Works from CGO3 will be chosen for the International ACM SIGGRAPH Traveling Art Show.
Each submission will include uploaded JPEGs of submitted images and a publishable artist's statement of no more than 400 words (which must be submitted via the SIGGRAPH 2003 online submission system). Also, all submissions must include a CD-ROM with (300 dpi TIFF) images of the submitted work for publication in the SIGGRAPH 2003 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog.
Works that will be considered include:
Printed 2D and 3D digital images
Prints, drawings, photographs, and mixed media
2D and 3D animation
Sculptures (pedestal or wall works)
[Submission Procedure Checklist]
Use the checklist below to ensure that your submission is complete and meets all applicable program requirements.
1. Complete one of the online SIGGRAPH
2003 Art Gallery Submission Forms: 2D
and 3D or Digital Video
and Animation. There you will find instructions
on how to complete the online form. When you begin the form, your submission will be assigned an online ID number that will be used to identify your submission throughout the review process.
2. Review the Upon Acceptance requirements.
3. Artists may submit up to four works per submission form.
4. Only one artist or team of collaborators per submission form.
5. All still or moving pieces that hang on the wall and sculptures must be submitted online and must include:
6. Digital video and animation must be submitted on NTSC VHS videotape.
Videotapes should be labeled with your name, title of the piece, date,
running time, and submission number. Include a printed description detailing
what we will see on the video. This description must be included in the Art Gallery Submission Form, and it
should be printed and included with the videotape shipment. The video must be cued, and the jury will view it for
five minutes from that point. Each submission must also include a
publishable artist's statement of no more than 400 words and a CD-ROM with a
high-resolution (300 dpi TIFF) still image from the video, for publication
in the Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. Label videotapes with your
submission ID number, name, title, media, date, playing time, and content.
- Title, size (including the frame), medium, and date of the final artwork.
- JPEG file(s) of image(s): 640 X 480 150 dpi. Up to four works per submission.
- Artist's statement of no more than 400 words.
- All submitters must also send a CD-ROM with a high-resolution (300 dpi TIFF) image of the work for publication in the Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The CD-ROM should be labeled with the artist's name, address, submission ID number, and the number and names of the images included on the CD-ROM. One submission form per artist. Up to four works per submission.
Send materials to:
SIGGRAPH 2003 Art Gallery Chair
5475 Mark Dabling Boulevard, Suite 108
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918 USA
Submitters located outside of the United States should note that customs delays of up to
two weeks can occur. Customs labels should bear the words: "Educational material with no
commercial value." SIGGRAPH 2003 will not pay any customs fees, duties, or tariffs
incurred by your submission. Submissions delayed past the submission deadline will not be
accepted for review.