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ACM SIGGRAPH is a Special Interest Group of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques. Since 1981, the SIGGRAPH conference has hosted an annual art show showcasing some of the world’s most innovative and creative digital artworks. The conference is attended by tens of thousands of computer artists, animators and other computing professionals. This Art Show Archive encapsulates the development of computer/digital art as it evolved from algorithmic approaches to 3D, interactive, and digital imaging.


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If you would like to submit changes or corrections to the ACM SIGGRAPH Art Show Archive, select the appropriate category below:

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Contributor Information Corrections

Writings and Presentation Corrections

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All other suggested corrections can be emailed to: artarchives@siggraph.org

If you are an EDUCATOR:

Incorporate the SIGGRAPH Art Show Archives into your classes.  Have your students help proof the material and supply additional information while learning about Digital Artists and the history of the field.

Use the History of Computer Art Assignment or make your own assignment.


This archive is available for scholarship and research purposes only. Copyright for the individual documents, artworks and other material is held by the authors of those materials and not ACM SIGGRAPH.  If an author or artist would like their work removed from the archives, they are welcome to contact us at artarchives@siggraph.org and we will remove the requested material from the archive as soon as possible.

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