ACM SIGGRAPH's DIGITAL ARTS COMMUNITY (DAC)
Proposals due December 31, 2017
Exhibition to be launched online:
The ACM SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community (DAC) invites proposals for its 2018 online exhibition. Submit a one page concept with an exhibition title and reasons why this exhibition proposal should be selected. Proposals may be fine-tuned with input from the DAC Committee, so an open concept is acceptable.
Complete proposals will include a list of potential volunteers for the curatorial/review committee, however this is not necessary for preliminary proposals.
All proposals received will be reviewed by the DAC Committee during its annual meeting at the 2016 SIGGRAPH conference. Proposals including underserved communities and improved dialogue between artists and computer scientists and technicians are encouraged.
ACM SIGGRAPH DAC online exhibitions are open call, peer reviewed/juried exhibitions. Exhibitions are hosted online by ACM SIGGRAPH, and must be clear of third party copyright restrictions. Contributors retain copyright of their own creative work.
ACM SIGGRAPH is a volunteer-driven nonprofit international organization affiliated with the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). Thousands of people who share a passion for computer graphics and interactive techniques are members of this Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques. ACM SIGGRAPH members are involved in a wide variety of fields, including computer science graphics research, digital art, scientific visualization, interactive technology, animation, game design, visual effects,education, film and television production, scientific research and more.
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The online exhibition application is free of charge, and no fees are paid for exhibition organization, nor royalties paid for the inclusion work in the exhibition. The selected 2017 online exhibition curators will coordinate with members of the DAC exhibition committee.
For information about previous DAC online exhibitions, see:
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