Organizational Policies and Procedures
Guiding the daily operations of ACM SIGGRAPH, the organizational policies and procedures are approved by the ACM SIGGRAPH Executive Committee. A working document, these policies are generated by the committees and communities of ACM SIGGRAPH through action items, task force recommendations and member resolutions.
We are committed to protecting the privacy of our members and other individuals with whom we interact.
Policy Against Discrimination and Harassment
We strive to inspire and maintain an organizational culture that embraces diversity and provides a safe, welcoming environment for all. This applies to all ACM SIGGRAPH activities, including conferences and events, member meetings, communications and all engagements within the scope of the organization. To report unacceptable behavior, please review our procedures.
ACM SIGGRAPH CARES
A subcommittee of the ACM SIGGRAPH committee on Diversity and Inclusion, ACM SIGGRAPH CARES serves as a resource to aid reporting on discrimination and harassment policy violations. Learn more about this committee and its purpose.
Logo and Branding Guidelines
ACM SIGGRAPH’s unified graphic identity strengthens the organization’s name and image via a distinctive mark applied consistently throughout all of our events, publications, and activities. The ACM SIGGRAPH organization logo and the ACM SIGGRAPH annual conference logo are registered trademarks of the Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. (ACM) These logos are valuable legal and intellectual assets, and their unauthorized use is prohibited.
Our logo use policy describes the logo in clear terms and defines general classes of acceptable and prohibited use. It does not attempt to define every imaginable use of the logo, but it provides a clear path to seek approval for variations on the standard logo and its permitted variations.