SpaceTime 2024: Call for Submissions

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The ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee sponsors the SpaceTime juried international student art/design competition and online exhibition for 2024. The vehicle for this competition is a graphic poster for SIGGRAPH designed around the theme “the future of computer graphics and interactive techniques.”

The competition provides an excellent opportunity for students to exhibit their computer-based creative work. A selection of international jurors will judge entries based on the solution of the theme, relevance to SIGGRAPH, artistic merit, design quality, originality, technical excellence and content.

Selected works may be exhibited by the ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee at the SIGGRAPH 2024 conference in Denver, Colorado and/or the SIGGRAPH Asia 2024 conference in Tokyo, Japan, online on the Education Committee website, and in promotional materials.

The first place winner will receive full conference registration. Two runners up will receive 50% off conference registration.

Submit now!

Submission Requirements

  • One entry per student.
  • A minimal use of text is recommended.
  • A signed FERPA (United States Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1984) is required to be uploaded with the submission form.
  • Submission form submitted through this Google form.
  • Artist’s Statement (up to 200 words).
  • Technical Statement (up to 200 words).
  • File Specifications:
    • Image size: 3508 x 4961 pixels – A3 (11.69” x 16.54”) in portrait/vertical orientation
    • Image Resolution: 300 ppi
    • Color Mode: RGB (no CMYK images)
    • Image File Type: JPG or JPEG (flattened)
    • Maximum File Size: 2MB
    • Image Name: firstname_lastname_S2024.jpg

The deadline for submission is May 15, 2024.


Submissions must not use the intellectual property of others and respect all copyrights. Specifically, name/image/likeness (NIL) of products and people belong to the respective owner(s) and not the submitting artist. Any incorporation or use of recognizable products and/or trademarks will disqualify a submission. While generic examples of products may be shown (as well as original designs by the submitting artist), student artists are not permitted to use a product that can be easily identified with a specific company regardless or whether or not the trademarked name is used


Questions may be directed to Glenn Goldman at glenn.siggraph [at]