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Are you taking advantage of all the content provided to ACM SIGGRAPH members? One of the most valuable member benefits you have is access to a plethora of great content, such as:

YouTube: SIGGRAPH Asia featured speaker Karlheinz Brandenburg.

Digital Library: All ACM SIGGRAPH members have access to the SIGGRAPH portion of the content in the ACM Digital Library (including the proceedings of the SIGGRAPH annual conferences). All SIGGRAPH material is available in PDF form.

SIGGRAPH Asia Returns to Hong Kong for 2013

SIGGRAPH Asia 2013 returns to Hong Kong, the cosmopolitan city where East meets West for the second time this November.  This year’s conference program line-up includes the Art Gallery, Computer Animation Festival, Courses, Emerging Technologies, Posters, Symposium on Mobile Graphics and Interactive Applications, Technical Briefs, and Technical Papers.  The Call for Submissions for all programs will be live in early March.  Join our mailing list to get latest updates about the conference or visit the SIGGRAPH Asia 2013 website.

Faculty Submitted Student Art Exhibit

The ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee has issued a Call for Participation for the Faculty Submitted Student Art Exhibit at SIGGRAPH 2013. The curated exhibit is open to all faculty working at Secondary/High School through University levels. Please submit images of work by your best students accompanied by the assigned project by June 1, 2013.

The exhibit is open to any content area; art, animation, graphic design, game design, architecture, visualization, etc.

Co-Locating a Symposium or Conference with SIGGRAPH 2013

Here are two documents that explain the process of arranging for a SIGGRAPH 2013 Co-located Event.

Co-Location Procedures

Space Request Form

In order to request space in the Anaheim Convention Center, the completed Space Request Form must be received by the Executive Committee Project Manager, Erin Butler, erin_butler@siggraph.org, no later than Friday, 19 April, 2013.

 

Rebecca Strzelec

1. What do you do, and how long have you been doing it?

I am an artist and educator. I’ve been making art my whole life and I’ve been lucky to have friends and family who started calling me an artist at an early age. I am a Professor of Visual Arts at Penn State Altoona as well and have been teaching there since 2002.

2. What was your first job?

Babysitting, unofficially. Officially I was a basketball referee for tiny tots.

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