Art Program

All submissions to C&C 2011 are now closed.

Chair: Fox Harrell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

As in previous C&C conferences, C&C 2011 will have a rich arts program including posters, demonstrations, discussions, live performances, and art installations.

We are interested in computational media art performances, screenings, and demonstrations. We are seeking a wide variety of artworks related to the conference theme of creativity and technology. The exhibition of these works will be juried and presentation of works will be integrated into the conference program. Selected artists will be requested to take part in artist panels to discuss the works in light of conference themes. Performances or screenings should involve interaction with the audience and some time for discussion of the work. Fully realized works will be prioritized over demos, however submission of proposals to present significantly developed demos is encouraged as well.

Proposals should be a TOTAL of 2 pages in ACM SIGCHI format, and should include title and short description (ideally 200-300 words along with images, 500 words maximum) of the work, as well as any links to your material, a plan for presentation, technology requirements, a short (50 words) bio for each participant and any references. A small number of installation works may also be accepted for exhibition. However priority will be given to performances, screenings, and demos that can be presented in the main conference auditorium.

The text of Art Program submissions will be published in the conference proceedings. Accepted submissions will need to be revised based on reviews and according to guidelines for camera-ready publication to be sent upon notification of acceptance.

All artwork submissions will be handled through the Precision Conference System. Please visit the PCS website to complete your submission:

Please Note: Although submissions to the Arts Program use the same form in the PCS system, they do not need to be anonymized.