PRINCETON ACM / IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY CHAPTERS
THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF ART
MARCH 2001 JOINT MEETING
Panel Discussion: Trends in Digital Art
Moderator: Philip Sanders, Associate Professor of Computer Graphics
Panelists include artists whose work will be displayed:
And the directors of Silicon Gallery, Philadelphia:
- Francine Bonair, Brooklyn, NJ
- Linda Majzner, Morris Plains, NJ
- Thomas Porett, Ardmore, PA
This Computer Graphics Art Panel will be held in conjunction with the
ACM SIGGRAPH Traveling Art Show.
Digital artists will describe their work, both in terms of
their creative inspiration and their technical approach. Like the
international ACM SIGGRAPH conference, this panel should appeal to a
diverse audience, including professional artists, art students, technical
professionals, and the community at large, including high school students.
- Michel Smith
- Rick DeCoyte
The artists will describe their work from both aesthetic and
technical viewpoints, from their artistic approach, and also the technical
process by which they create. It is a diverse panel, with a wide range of
different artistic forms and media, technical approaches and
sophistication, and professional involvement in the arts.
There is no admission charge. The Gallery will be open before and
after the panel session to view the art works.
Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2001, Gallery Tour at 6:00 PM, Panel Discussion at 7:00 PM
Location: The College Art Gallery, Holman Hall, The College of New Jersey,
Route 31, south of exit 4 on I-95, Ewing, NJ
TCNJ Campus Directions and Map: http://www.tcnj.edu/about/dircaminfo
Additional Information: recorded info (609) 924-8704,
Dennis Mancl (908) 582-7086, or David Soll (215) 854-3461
TCNJ Art Gallery Information: Judy Masterson, Gallery Director, 609-771-2633,
home page: http://www.tcnj.edu/~tcag
Chapter URL: http://www.acm.org/chapters/princetonacm
Chapter e-mail: email@example.com
The College of New Jersey is hosting the ACM SIGGRAPH 1999 Traveling
Art Show from February 21 to March 28, 2001, in cooperation with the
Princeton Chapter of ACM SIGGRAPH.
Princeton ACM / IEEE Computer Society meeting are open to the
public. Students and their parents are welcome. There is no
admission charge, and refreshments are served.