ACM SIGGRAPH is a global non-profit, volunteer organization defined by SIGGRAPH people and their attributes: EXCELLENCE, INTEGRITY, PASSION, VOLUNTEERISM and CROSS-DISCIPLINARY INTERACTION. Our programs serve the various parts of the SIGGRAPH community, reach out to other communities, and benefit all of us by promoting contact and information exchange. If you are a SIGGRAPH person, please consider joining and/or volunteering for an ACM SIGGRAPH-sponsored conference, chapter, or event.
Looking for information on your current ACM SIGGRAPH membership, such as expiry date or renewal options? Visit the ACM website and log in with your ACM SIGGRAPH username and password.
#1: Login credentials for ACM Digital Library
ACM SIGGRAPH members receive log in credentials for the SIGGRAPH portion of the ACM Digital Library (including complete documentation for many SIGGRAPH and SIGGRAPH Asia programs).
#3: Conference Exhibitor Product Discounts
ACM SIGGRAPH members receive substantial discounts on the industry's hottest products from SIGGRAPH exhibitors during and after each SIGGRAPH conference.
#4: Discounts on Publications and Videos
ACM SIGGRAPH members qualify for discounts on ACM SIGGRAPH publications and videos.
#5: SIGGRAPH Email Address
ACM SIGGRAPH members may request a siggraph.org email address.
Membership Plans (Annual)
Our standard membership. Join our community of 8,000+ members worldwide.
An earned member category. Learn more about qualifying for a Pioneer membership.
Members of Eurographics, the Europe-wide professional computer graphics association, qualify for a discounted membership to ACM SIGGRAPH.
There are two ways to start your ACM SIGGRAPH membership. Sign up online or via mail or fax. The ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics (SIGGRAPH) promotes the generation and dissemination of information on computer graphics and interactive techniques. Everyone is welcome to apply for membership, but most members include researchers, developers and users from the technical, academic, business, and artistic communities.