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The SIGGRAPH Archive Project and the 50th Conference Celebration are looking for sponsorship. If you are interested in being a sponsor, see the Sponsorship Page.

This is a Work in Progress and many sections do not have information and there are still many bugs. Keep checking back, we add new material each week. 

Number of Entries Added as of May 21, 2022:

Learning Total Publications Total Experiences Total Other Total
Art Papers 357 Art Show & ET Catalogs 3 Appy Hour 63 Awards 176
Courses 1250 Abstracts and Applications 0 Artworks 4094 Collectibles 163
Educator’s Program 1 CG Quarterlies 23 Animations 1412 Conferences 61
Exhibitor Talks 6 Electronic Media 0 E-Tech 529 People 10,743
Keynotes 1 Final Program and Buyer’s Guide 7 Real-Time Live! 0 Exhibitors 0
Panels 251 Proceedings 0 Studio 0
Posters 153 SIGGRAPHITTI 0 VR Village 7
SIGKids 0 Slide Sets 0
Talks/Sketches 22 SVR Issues 163
Tech Papers 2 Visual Proceedings 2

The SIGGRAPH History Online Archives team is looking for volunteers and materials.  

We need volunteers to do:  data entry, proofreading, quality assurance, image processing, and web programming. We also need information about past SIGGRAPH conferences and copies of conference materials such as information from the 1970s, 1980s, etc. and also SIGGRAPH publications such as the CG Quarterlies and SIGGRAPHITTI newsletters.  We also would like digital images of SIGGRAPH collectibles such as coffee cups and T-Shirts, etc.

If interested in getting involved or you have material to contribute:
Contact Bonnie Mitchell and Jan Searleman at

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ISEA2022 Second Summit on New Media Art Archiving

Second Summit on New Media Art Archiving ISEA2022 Barcelona

The Second Summit on New Media Art Archiving will take place during the first two days of the 27th International Symposium on Electronic art (ISEA2022), June 10-16 in Barcelona, Spain, and also online.

ISEA2022 is organising this event in partnership with the ISEA Symposium Archives, the ACM SIGGRAPH History Archive, the Ars Electronica archive, the Archive of Digital Art (ADA), the Electronic Language International Festival (FILE) and the Digital Arts Committee of ACM SIGGRAPH, in co-operation with several major institutes in Barcelona.

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This site is built by a volunteer and student team directed by Bonnie Mitchell and Jan Searleman.

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ACM SIGGRAPH is a Special Interest Group of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques. Since 1974, the SIGGRAPH conference has hosted an annual art show showcasing some of the world’s most innovative and creative digital artworks. The conference is attended by tens of thousands of computer artists, animators and other computing professionals.