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Space-Time juried student competition and exhibition of animation, digital print, poster design, and interactivity

Space-Time Student Competition

After a two year hiatus, the annual SpaceTime Student Competitions returned in 2013, limited to a poster competition. The deadline for next year's competition is May 15, 2014

Call for participation SpaceTime 2014

Students are encouraged to submit their animations and interactive work to the annual SIGGRAPH Conference



SpaceTime 2009

Winners, honorable mentions and exhibitors of the 2009 SpaceTime Student Competition & Exhibition

SpaceTime 2008

Winners, honorable mentions and exhibitors of the 2008 SpaceTime Student Competition & Exhibition

SpaceTime 2007

Winners, honorable mentions and exhibitors of the 2007 SpaceTime Student Competition & Exhibition

Online Gallery

View works and descriptions from previous years

SpaceTime Student Works Featured at SIGGRAPH 2007

SpaceTime Student Awards and SpaceTime Student Gallery

About SpaceTime

The juried student competition in print, linear animation and interactivity has provided an excellent opportunity for students working in computer based media to exhibit their creative work nationally and internationally. It was open to all students currently attending school. College and university submissions are handled separately from primary and secondary school submissions. We ask all educators to encourage their students to enter this prestigious competition.

Prior to 2011, Selected projects have been showcased in the SpaceTime Gallery at the annual SIGGRAPH conference. Winning entries also toured nationally and internationally for approximately one year with the SpaceTime Traveling Student Exhibition conducted by the ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee. The first place winner in each competition received one Conference Access pass to the SIGGRAPH Conference.

Since 2013 the SpaceTime Exhibition is screen based. Selected posters will be included on the ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee web site and may be included in promotional materials distributed at the conference.

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