Call for Animations
SIGGRAPH 2010 SpaceTime Animation Competition and Exhibition
- The international jury committee consists of seven members
- The jury selection process will be conducted online and judging is based on the animation clips submitted through the online submission system.
We will only accept works submitted by the artist. Works submitted by instructors or assistants will not be included.
Applications and Time Lines
All applications and animations are required to be submitted through the online submission system
- Each applicant can submit up to 3 works to be considered for the exhibition
- Entry forms must include artists’ information, artwork title, when the artwork was created, instructor name, school info, media and timing.
- Each entry must have a brief artist’s statement (maximum 250 words) and a brief technical statement (maximum 150 words)
- Each entry from industry and conceptual animation must include an animation stored as an AVI or QT file. The animation format should be NTSC (720X486) or PAL (720X540).
- Each animation/video cannot exceed five minutes in length, and less 300MB total size.
- All submissions must include a publishable image: Tiff format 1500X1200 or 4X5 inches at 300 ppi
- Each submission will be required to upload a version of their animation suitable for the Second Life exhibition
(click here for specifications)
- You must have written authorization for any copyrighted material (images, sound, animation). (fill out a copy of authorization to your entry)
- Works submitted should not have been exhibited at SIGGRAPH before.
- Works submitted for jurying should not be more than two of years old.
- Deadline for receiving submissions: May 8th, 2010
- Notification by June 15, 2010
- Students will have until July 1st to upload a revised version of their animation.
- Please submit work and fill out the online submission form, available soon at: the SIGGRAPH Information System
Accepted animation artists who are creating an installation as part of their work are responsible for the following:
- A guarantee that the contributor is legally authorized to submit the materials for publication and presentation.
- Final acceptance of any artwork is reliant upon the level of quality of the delivered work.
- Submit all required forms for registration, shipping, insurance, etc. by the due dates.
For more information, please contact:
Curator, SpaceTime Student Animation Competition