SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics
Student Art Gallery
Call for Art

Computer Graphics is the newsletter of the Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics of the Association for Computing Machinery. It is published four times a year in February, May, August and November. Beginning with the February 1998 issue, Computer Graphics carries a new feature called the Student Art Gallery which showcases student computer art and technical work.

The competition is open to all students: K-12, college and graduate. Instructors, we hope that you'll let your students know about this excellent opportunity to become published. Students whose work is featured will receive a copy of the issue in which their work appears. In addition, student and teacher will receive a small, but much coveted prize.


To send an image electronically, please fill out the following form. (Limit two per school, please.) Jury members Jodi Giroux, Lynn Pocock, Karen Sullivan and R. J. Wolfe will select images for publication. For further information, contact R. J. Wolfe.

This form allows you to upload your students' work electronically. We need two versions of each images:

  1. a high-resolution TIFF image with a resolution that's approximately 5 inches at 300 dpi (or 1500 pixels) in the longer dimension.
  2. a thumbnail GIF image with a horizontal resolution of 72 dots per inch (72 dpi) and be two inches (144 pixels) wide.
Press the "Browse.." button to select each file from your computer. If your browser does not support file uploads, please submit slides.

What is the name of the high-resolution image file?
What is the name of the thumbnail image?
Submission Category:   Art    Computer Science    K-12

Here we're asking you for some information about you and your student.

Student's Name:
Title of Work:
School Address:
Year in School:
Course/Class Name:
Instructor Name:
Instructor email:

What hardware and software did the student use?

Is there anything else we should know about the image?

By clicking on the "Send It" button, I hereby grant SIGGRAPH permission to publish this image in the Computer Graphics quarterly newsletter.