D-ART – Digital Art, and Online Gallery

19th International Symposium Digital Art, and Online Gallery – D-ART

A number of invited speakers and tutorial sessions will review current state-of-the-art developments and outline future directions. This embedded with the current research being undertaken in industry and in academia will provide coverage of the salient aspects and sub-areas of visualization and graphics. Such work will be presented in a series of symposia. One of which is the ‘DIGITAL ART’ symposium and digital art gallery.

Artists are invited to submit their current digital artwork for exhibition in the Dart-Digital Art Gallery:
Digital Art Exhibition: https://www.graphicslink.co.uk/DART.htm
Digital Art Gallery submission: https://www.graphicslink.co.uk/GALLERY.htm
Permission Form: https://www.graphicslink.co.uk/Dart_PERMISSION.pdf

Authors are invited to send their extended abstract or the full paper to the chairperson of the symposium.
Papers presenting original research with the theme of ‘DIGITAL ART’ are being sought. Suggested topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Preparing artists to learn programming, preparing programmers to learn aesthetics
  • The interrelationship between disciplines. How computer graphics can influence computer science and software engineering
  • Issues in digital art: Technical challenge and artistic quality, criticism, perception in the field
  • Art and visualization of spatial, tonal, and temporal domains: Industry, Academia, Media
  • New media arts approaches within medical science and technology, NanoArt
  • Game and interactive multimedia
  • Information technology in visual arts and culture, visual art for IT Visualization
  • Cognitive Science issues, digital art and visual learning: critical and abstract thinking, problem finding
  • The role of digital art and graphics in the production of web video for marketing
  • Digital fabrication methods. Process (including collaborative efforts)
  • History of computer graphics and art
  • Copyright (representation through a detail, watermark, resolution, etc.)

Symposium and Gallery of Digital Art, D-ART Liaison

Anna Ursyn, Chair D-ART, University of Northern Colorado, USA

D-Art Symposium and Online Gallery of Digital Art Advisory, Programme and reviewing committee

Dena Eber, Bowling Green State University, OH
Ernest Edmonds, University of Technology, Sydney, AU
Marla Schweppe, Rochester Institute of Technology, NY
Daniela Sirbu, University of Lethbridge, Canada
LiQuin Tan, Rutgers University, NJ
Anna Ursyn, University of Northern Colorado
James Faure Walker, CCW Graduate School, University of the Arts, London

Please check the submission procedures @ the submission page.

General enquiries and submissions should be addressed to the Conference Co-ordinator

Symposium enquiries specific should be addressed to:

Anna Ursyn
School of Art and Design, University of Northern Colorado, USA
ursyn (@) unco.edu