The ACM SIGGRAPH Distinguished Artist Award is given out once a year to an artist who has created a substantial body of work that significantly advances the field of digital art. ACM SIGGRAPH members are warmly invited to nominate individuals for the 2015 Distinguished Artist Award by contacting the ACM SIGGRAPH Artist Award Chair. Nominations are due by December 15, 2014.
SIGGRAPH Asia is teaming up with the Digital Arts Community of ACM SIGGRAPH for the 2014 Conference in Shenhzen. On December 6, 2014, the SIGGRAPH Asia Featured Sessions program will include two digital arts panels to open the current discourse regarding future trends within artistic and multi-disciplinary practices.
ACM SIGGRAPH's Digital Art Community is now accepting submissions to its upcoming art show: "Enhanced Vision - Digital Video." The show will be an online international survey of today's most exciting and innovative digitally-enhanced video art works.
The creators of the show describe it as follows:
The ACM SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community has unveiled their latest online exhibition, entitled "The Aesthetics of Gameplay."
Curated by Greg Garvey, Director of Game Design & Development at Quinnipiac University, the show spotlights the art and gameplay design of 45 refreshingly original independent games.
Not many people can say that they've taught Scotty how to fly a spaceship. Or shown Captain Picard the basics of using a Macintosh computer. In fact, Rick Sternbach is the only person I know who can.
Nominations for the 2014 ACM SIGGRAPH Distinguished Artist Award for Lifetime Achievement in Digital Arts are due by December 23, 2013. Since the award's creation in 2009, it has been presented annually to an artist whose substantial body of work has significantly advanced aesthetic content the field of digital art.
On Friday, October 4 in Beverly Hills, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will host "This Amazing Medium," an animation master class and retrospective with Oscar®-winning animator Richard Williams.
The Japan Media Arts Festival is a comprehensive festival of Media Arts (Media Geijutsu) that honors outstanding works from a diverse range of media – from animation and comics to media art and games. The festival gives awards in each of its four divisions; Art, Entertainment, Animation, and Manga. It also provides a platform for appreciation of the award-winning and other notable works.
The ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee is sponsoring the SpaceTime juried Student Poster Competition & and Online Exhibition 2013 again this year. The competition provides an excellent opportunity for students currently attending school in either a traditional academic setting or a home school at either the High School/Secondary or College/University levels and working in computer based media to exhibit their creative work nationally and internationally.
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.
There is a wealth of information just waiting for you to access through your membership!
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.
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.
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.
Three panelists - Miranda Patterson, Scott Sindorf and Allan Wai - along with moderator Mechthild Schmidt, will look at how the convergence of various types of media impacts our lives and shapes our expectations. More details can be found at nyc.siggraph.org This was added by Teresa as a demo. Will probably be okay to delete.