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February 12, 2019
SIGGRAPH 2019 Appy Hour (for creative new apps)

July 28 - August 1, 2019
Los Angeles, CA USA

February 12, 2019, 11:59 PM (UTC)
ACM Creativity and Cognition 2019
(multiple deadlines follow)

June 23-26, 2019
San Diego, CA USA

February 15, 2019, 11:59 PM (UTC)
Global Digital Art Prize
Nanyang Technological University


February 15, 2019
Cube Fest 2019

August 8 - 11, 2019
Blacksburg, Virginia USA

February 22, 2019
Creative Tech Week 2019

May 8-19, 2019
New York City, NY USA

February 25, 2019
Stochastic Labs Summer Residency

Berkeley, CA USA
June 17th - August 30th, 2019

February 28, 2019
ISEA  artist talks and institutional presentations (ISEA Symposium)

June 22 - 28, 2019
Gwangju, South Korea

February 28, 2019
Border Control: 2019 NMC Symposium and Exhibition

Exhibition: 9/20/19 - 11/10/19
Symposium: 9/19/19 - 9/22/10
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan USA USA

March 1, 2019
Ars Electronica Open Call 2019

September 5-9, 2019
Ars Electronica Festival 2019 in Linz

rolling, until March 15
ACM/EG Expressive 2019

May 5-6, 2019
Genoa, Italy

March 15, 2019
EVA London Conference 2019

proposals for workshop proposal
July 8 - 11, 2019
London, UK

June 1, 2019
"Heron Island" Conference on Computational and Cognitive models of creative design (HI'19)

December 15–18, 2019
Heron Island, Queensland, Australia


If you still are looking for your TAS work email

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Make sure to see the (original!!) 1982 SIGGRAPH ART show
Click here!
Much thanks to Copper Giloth for putting this together and sharing!



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Mission of the Digital Arts Community Committee

To foster year-round engagement and dialogue within the digital, electronic, computational and media arts. Facilitate dynamic scholarship and creative programming within the ACM SIGGRAPH organization. Promote collaboration between artists and the larger computer graphics and interactive techniques community.

DAC Committee

ACM SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community Committee:
Victoria Szabo, Chair
Jim Demmers,  Sue Gollifer, Kathy Rae Huffman, John Hyatt, Bonnie Mitchell, Hye Yeon Nam, Derick Ostrenko, Jan Searleman, Ruth West.


The Call for Submissions is posted for our next online exhibition: Altered Books: Digital Interventions. I will be posting relevant articles on the evolution of the book.  Please add links, comments and ideas to this discussion.Take a look at some of the articles in the Journal Openings - Studies in Book Artincluding:

Animated Pages: The Virtual (R)evolution of the Book
by Deborah Cornell, Boston University

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Present/Future: Artists’ books in the Age of Digital Communication

February 6, 2015

6:30 – 8:00 pm

The discussion will take plaice at Einstein Auditorium; NYU Barney Building, 34 Stuyvesant Street, NYC

This roundtable discussion will examine the present and future outlook of the contemporary artists’ book landscape, highlighting the diverse approach of several independent publishers and placing this activity in a broader-than-the-art-world context. Participants will include Paul Chan (Badlands Unlimited), Molly Kleiman (Triple Canopy), Lele Saveri (8 Ball Zine) Ben Davis (Artnet), Miriam Katzeff (Primary Information) will be moderated by David Senior (MoMA Library).


In the wake of the “death of the book” pronouncement and the ongoing crisis in the commercial publishing industry, we have witnessed a tremendous resurgence in artists’ book publishing. In the context of this increased activity across both print and digital platforms, panelists will offer their perspective on new models and strategies related to the production and distribution of artists’ material, while exploring the economic, social and political forces that inherently affect and shape cultural production.


Time: 02/12/2015, 5:30 PM—7:00 PM
Location: Hilton New York, 3rd Floor, Petit Trianon

Chairs: Tony White, Maryland Institute College of Art; Francine Snyder, Guggenheim Museum

From Marginal to Mainstream: Art Ephemera as Research Material at the RKD
Roman Koot, Netherlands Institute for Art History

The Artist File Initiative at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City: Supporting Artists and Community Engagement
Marilyn Carbonell, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

Making the Fleeting Permanent: The “Winnipeg Effect” and Communities of Collaboration
Liv Valmestad, University of Manitoba

The Future of Artist Files: Here Today Gone Tomorrow
Sally McKay, Getty Research Institute; Samantha Deutch, The Frick Collection

Interesting TED feature on manually altered books:

"To create new art, Brian Dettmer trashes old books. The painter-turned-sculptor (TED Talk: Old books reborn as art) takes outdated reference materials such as textbooks and encyclopedias, seals them with varnish, then carves away at their pages with an X-Acto knife. Dettmer knifes through books swiftly from cover to cover to reveal images that explore our relationship to information. He adds no color or text; it’s all what he calls “a subtractive sculptural process.” Take a look at some of the amazing results."



Reception: Thursday, March 19, Emporium Gallery Entry Showcase, 6pm-9pm

Curated by Sarah Smith
The Emporium Arts Center Entry Showcase

The Emporium Center
100 S. Gay Street
Knoxville, TN 37902

On some level throughout history, books have represented authority, knowledge and information. We have trusted and disputed them for centuries. Now, with changes in technology and with the speed and amount of information we receive everyday, our relationship with the book is changing. Perhaps we’re looking to digest our information from books faster now. No matter what the book, many of us tend flip to the photos, illustrations or diagrams, to see if we can understand the text quicker or easier. Sometimes the diagrams augment the text and our understanding of its concepts, sometimes diagrams cannot be understood without the text and vise-versa. Other times the diagrams add very little to the text and instead obfuscate the communication of the book’s ideas. Whichever way the diagram works with the text, it almost always draws us in with its promise of knowledge and its dry beauty. The books in this show make use of, celebrate, occasionally spoof and often times elevate the significance of the diagram as an element of the book.

From Pulp to Pop, Seven Centuries of Book Art
by Joseph Nechvatal on March 5, 2015

Marcel Duchamp, “Readymade Malheureux” (Unhappy Readymade) (1919) (detail) (photo by the author for Hyperallergic)

Five Artists, Five Book Reviews

Must a book review take the form of prose — or can it be pure image? For this first art-themed issue of the Book Review, five pathbreaking contemporary artists create visual works of literary criticism, paying homage to the inspiration they’ve found in fiction, philosophy and poetry. JUN. 25, 2015


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