Reminder "Save the Work" for the Faculty Submitted Student Work Exhibit

As the fall semester is coming to an end soon, the ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee wanted to put out this reminder to save the best representative examples of the work done for your project assignments for the annual Faculty Submitted Student Work (FSSW) Exhibit. The official call for participation and deadline will be announced in the spring but in order to have a student’s credit included you will need to submit their signed FERPA release form (found here) and it will likely be easier to get that done now.

A curated exhibit reel of student work will be premiered at SIGGRAPH 2024 in Denver and the submissions will be available on the education website after the conference.

This includes any content area related to computer graphics and interactive techniques; art, animation, graphic design, game design, architecture, visualization, real-time rendering, etc.

The double-curated exhibit is open to all faculty working at Secondary/High School through University levels.

This is a wonderful opportunity for your students and school to get more exposure and to celebrate all the great work that gets created!!

And as you start preparing your syllabi and courses for the next term, remember you have the FSSW archive as a resource. If you see assignments you like, you may – with attribution – use them to create or inspire your own assignments. This year’s assignments may be found at: