ACM SIGGRAPH Distinguished Artist Award
for Lifetime Achievement in Digital Art
Submit your nomination for Distinguished Artist Award by January 31, 2023
The Distinguished Artist Award for Lifetime Achievement in Digital Art is presented annually to an artist who has created a substantial and important body of work that significantly advances aesthetic content in the field of digital art.
Nominate individuals for the Distinguished Artist Award by contacting Art Award Chair, Copper Giloth by January 31 each year. Nominations are evaluated by the Art Award Committee and should include as much information about the nominee as possible, specifically:
Name(s) of the individual(s) being nominated (address and/or phone number and/or email address are also appreciated).
References to web sites showing the artist’s works and texts when applicable (multiple references are welcome).
Nominator’s name, address, telephone number, and email address.
A statement describing the significance of the artist’s contributions according to the criteria below.
Criteria for the Distinguished Artist Award:
The artist has been contributing internationally to the digital arts for more than 20 years.
The artist has produced important work(s) referenced in digital art history/theory papers/books.
The artist has established an unexplored area in the field of digital art/media art.
The artist has been advancing the use of digital technologies in creative expression.
The artist has contributed to the history and/or theory and/or practice of digital art through writing and presentations at conferences and symposia.
Nominations can be sent through the website or directly to Copper Giloth at: gilothg@benjaminsjones
The ACM SIGGRAPH community is a global nonprofit organization serving the evolution of computer graphics and interactive techniques. With thousands of members across the world, the researchers, artists, developers, filmmakers, scientists, and business professionals of ACM SIGGRAPH are building the future of digital art and interactive design.