Washington DC ACM SIGGRAPH

Real Time VR and 360 Video

by on Oct.09, 2016, under Events

DATE:   Thursday, October 20, 2016
FROM:  7:00-9:00pm
WHERE:  US Patent and Trademark Office (directions below)

The Washington DC chapter of ACM SIGGRAPH is proud to present a panel discussion on Real Time VR and 360 Video with Robert Cloutier from Digital History Studios.  Mr. Cloutier, the organizer of our panel discussion, will be discussing 360 rendering for 3D animation.  Joining Mr. Cloutier will be Chris Wren (Real Time VR), Brian Mahoney/Jonathan Powell (360 video capture, editing and cameras), and Shayna Skolnik (VR visualization with NASA).  The biographies for our esteemed panel are listed below.

Virtual Reality (VR) is a rapidly evolving field with new hardware and applications being released at a rapid pace.  Our panel of 3D artists will discuss various aspects of the VR field and what is required to begin explorations in the VR arena.

Please join us on Thursday, October 20, 2016 from 7pm to 9pm at the US Patent and Trademark Office to learn more about Real Time VR and 360 Video.

In order to offset costs for this event, we request a $5 contribution from non-members.

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BIOGRAPHIES

Chris Wren

Chris Wren comes from a background in AAA game development, working as an artist and producer for 12+ years at companies like EA/Maxis, Namco and Microprose. Among the titles he has worked on are the award winning F-16 combat flight simulator Falcon 4.0, the Sims franchise (Chris worked on 7 of them), and Warhammer: Mark of Chaos for the PC and XBOX 360. Chris studied Cognitive Psychology at University of San Francisco, and earned his Master of Education in instructional technology at George Mason University. Chris has spent the last 8 years instructing game development at George Mason University in Virginia and for over 5 years he has been researching the topics of VR and AR, specifically advanced interactivity in this new emerging medium. Chris also founded and runs a small company focused on Game Consulting, Virtual and Augmented Reality:
WrenAR LLC (http://www.wrenar.com/).

Brian Mahoney – Creative Director/Co-Founder Look On Media

Brian Mahoney is a professional dreamer with a drive and passion for all things VR. After graduating from MICA, he spent the last ten years at Firaxis, one of the most critically respected videogame companies in the world. During his time there he shipped 6 major titles all of which received critical and commercial success, earning many Game of the Year awards along the way. In those games Brian has worked with industry leading talent to create 3D environments and worlds that captivated millions of players all around the world. His passion is creating 3D worlds in Virtual Reality that truly inspire a sense of wonder as though the audience has been teleported to a place of enduring dreams and imagination. With this new technology the only limit is the power of the imagination and Brian will create worlds that truly transport audiences to places they’ve never been before.

Jonathan Powell – President/Co-Founder Look On Media

Jonathan Powell is a creative force. With over ten years’ experience in digital product development and degrees in Marketing and Digital Media from Colorado State University, he conceptualizes and executes projects that are effective, purposeful, and memorable. Having launched numerous high-profile websites, three award-winning mobile games, and eleven studio productions, Jonathan’s passion for creativity is matched only by his drive to exceed project expectations and goals. Analyzing challenges and crafting elegant solutions helps him consistently grow in new fields and combine the worlds of business and art, resulting in audiences numbering in the millions interacting with his products. He recently left his position of Design Director for Bithenergy, a multi-million dollar and Forbes-featured number one fastest growing inner city business in the nation, to cofound Look On Media.

Look On Media creates compelling custom Virtual Reality (VR) experiences for education, healthcare, and commercial organizations. Composed of a dynamic and skilled team, they are exceeding expectations and pushing VR boundaries with every project. With VR rapidly gaining market traction and expected to exponentially accelerate in the next ve years, Look On Media is positioning themselves as the go-to creators for custom training, educating, and impact marketing by leveraging existing high-tier industry connections and innovating with their VR solutions.

Shayna Skolnik – Navteca

Shayna Skolnik is the co-founder and CEO of Navteca, a technology company that is investigating practical uses of VR for culture, education, and science while also providing consulting services in the public and private sector.

Navteca is exploring practical applications for VR/AR and has developed a proof of concept for GIS data users to be able to visualize data in an immersive, virtual reality environment. Working in conjunction with NASA’s Earth Science Technology Office, we are displaying data from ArcGIS online in real time, allowing scientists and researchers to visualize, interpret, and share air quality mission data from a unique perspective. We are also working with the NASA Center for Climate Simulation to display visualizations of big data sets — Earth spanning data — in a compelling, unique format.

Robert Cloutier – Digital History Studios

Robert Cloutier has been a 3D cinematic animator and compositor for the past 22+ years, 15 of which had been in the computer gaming field.  He has worked on several high profile games such as Sid Meier’s Civilization IV, Sid Meier’s Pirates, Sid Meier’s Railroads, Rise of Nations, Gunship!, European Air War and many other history-oriented titles.  He has taught classes on 3D animation and has published multiple articles in international trade-oriented periodicals.  His artwork has appeared on the covers of various game and industry magazines and the box cover art for multiple computer games.  His clients have also included documentary producers, historic preservation groups, online museums, government agencies, NASA, Discovery Communications, the Smithsonian and the Newseum.  Robert’s primary focus of his work is to recreate history, whether historic places, objects or events, in 3D.  He stresses historical accuracy in all his work and has a passion for making history come alive.

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LOCATION:
The meeting will be held at the
Remsen Building (400 Dulany Street) at the 1st floor conference room. We are located 2 blocks from the

KING STREET METRO station (BLUE/YELLOW Lines)
http://www.wmata.com/rail/station_detail.cfm?station_id=48
http://goo.gl/maps/UW6p0 -(Walking Directions)

PARKING:

Street Parking
$1.75 per hour, 2 hour max
Free after 9pm

Hoffman Town Center Garage
206 Swamp Fox Rd
Alexandria, VA 22314

Additional paid parking garages are also available in the area.

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Contact ACM SIGGRAPH Washington DC:
http://wp.siggraph.org/washington/
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https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/dc-siggraph

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SIGGRAPH Computer Animation Festival Showcase

by on Sep.01, 2016, under Events

The Washington DC Chapter of ACM SIGGRAPH is partnering with the Torpedo Factory Art Center to host the SIGGRAPH Computer Animation Festival Showcase in Alexandria, Virginia. The Computer Animation Festival showcases some of the most dazzling and innovative collection of submitted works selected by a distinguished jury of computer graphics experts and specialists.  SIGGRAPH’s Computer Animation Festival celebrates its 43rd year as the world’s leading festival of the most innovative and accomplished computer graphics.

The SIGGRAPH Computer Animation Festival is recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as a qualifying festival for the Academy Awards. Since 1999, several works originally presented in the Computer Animation Festival have been nominated for or have received a “Best Animated Short” Academy Award. In the words of CAF Director Jerome Solomon, “There’s no other stage in the world comparable to SIGGRAPH’s Computer Animation Festival.”

Please join us on Thursday, September 15, 2016 from 7pm to 9pm at the Torpedo Factory Art Center as we watch some of the best examples of computer animation from the past three years.


Location:
Torpedo Factory Art Center
105 N. Union St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
703-838-4565
www.torpedofactory.org

Directions:
The Torpedo Factory Art Center is located at the intersection of King Street and N. Union Street in Old Town Alexandria
http://torpedofactory.org/visit/directions/

Paid parking is available across the street from the Torpedo Factory or you can take the free trolley from the King Street metro center. Paid street parking is available in most areas of Old Town Alexandria. There is limited free parking in nearby residential areas, but it is restricted to two hours. There are several garages within walking distance of the Torpedo Factory Art Center, too. For real-time maps to locate parking in garages, visit the ParkMe website or download their free iPhone app. Parking regulations are strictly enforced by the City of Alexandria. Parking is free after 9 pm, on Sundays, and on state holidays. Persons with proper handicapped identification on their cars may park free at any meter and are exempt from residential parking sticker requirements.

Trolley Information: www.dashbus.com/Trolley


Contact ACM SIGGRAPH Washington DC:
http://wp.siggraph.org/washington/
http://www.meetup.com/DC-ACM-SIGGRAPH/
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SIGGRAPH 2016 Conference Recap

by on Aug.08, 2016, under Events

DATE: Thursday, August 25, 2016
FROM: 7:00-9:00pm
WHERE: US Patent and Trademark Office (directions below)

The Washington DC Chapter of ACM SIGGRAPH would like to invite you to a SIGGRAPH conference recap. For those of you who did not get to go to the SIGGRAPH conference in Anaheim, our very own Kim Wallace and Roberto Ortiz will be sharing their experiences and insights from the conference! If you attended the conference, share your experiences with those who could not attend this year. Bring your laptop and flash drives and exchange photos! Show off your coveted Pixar teapot or other fun giveaways! Tell us about the cool parties we missed!

SIGGRAPH Conference 2016
http://s2016.siggraph.org/

Please join us on Thursday, August 25, 2015 from 7pm to 9pm at the US Patent and Trademark Office to learn more about the latest news from the SIGGRAPH conference.
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LOCATION:
The meeting will be held at the
Remsen Building (400 Dulany Street) at the 1st floor conference room. We are located 2 blocks from the
KING STREET METRO station (BLUE/YELLOW Lines)

http://www.wmata.com/rail/station_detail.cfm?station_id=48

http://goo.gl/maps/UW6p0 -(Walking Directions)

PARKING:

Street Parking
$1.75 per hour, 2 hour max
Free after 9pm

Hoffman Town Center
206 Swamp Fox Rd
Alexandria, VA 22314
$1 after 5pm

Hoffman Town Center
2400 Eisenhower Ave
Alexandria, VA 22314
Free after 5pm
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Contact ACM SIGGRAPH Washington DC:
http://wp.siggraph.org/washington/
http://www.meetup.com/DC-ACM-SIGGRAPH/
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https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/dc-siggraph

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Preparing for SIGGRAPH 2016

by on Jun.09, 2016, under Events

DATE: Thursday, June 23, 2016
FROM: 7:00pm-9:00pm
WHERE: US Patent and Trademark Office (directions below)

Please join the Washington DC Chapter of ACM SIGGRAPH as we discuss the upcoming ACM SIGGRAPH Conference for 2016 in Anaheim, CA. The annual SIGGRAPH conference is a five-day interdisciplinary educational experience in the latest computer graphics and interactive techniques including a three-day commercial exhibition that attracts hundreds of exhibitors from around the world.

Topics discussed will include the latest trailers, new technologies, and the Computer Animation Festival. Board members who have attended past ACM SIGGRAPH conferences will also be presenting their perspectives on the conference as well as providing insight on preparing to attend this event. For those who are planning to attend the conference and would like advice on how best to present a demo reel or portfolio to potential studios, we will provide guidance on this topic.

SIGGRAPH Conference 2016
http://s2016.siggraph.org/

Please join us on Thursday, June 23, 2015 from 7pm to 9pm at the US Patent and Trademark Office to learn more about the 43rd International SIGGRAPH conference.

LOCATION:

The meeting will be held at the Remsen Building (400 Dulany Street) in the 1st floor conference room. We are located 2 blocks from the
KING STREET METRO station (BLUE/YELLOW Lines)

http://www.wmata.com/rail/station_detail.cfm?station_id=48

http://goo.gl/maps/UW6p0 -(Walking Directions)

PARKING:

Street Parking
$1.75 per hour, 2 hour max
Free after 9pm

Hoffman Town Center
206 Swamp Fox Rd
Alexandria, VA 22314
$1 after 5pm

Hoffman Town Center
2400 Eisenhower Ave
Alexandria, VA 22314
Free after 5pm

Contact ACM SIGGRAPH Washington DC:
http://wp.siggraph.org/washington/

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3D Printing in Jewelry Design– Washington DC ACM SIGGRAPH

by on May.04, 2016, under Events

DATE: Thursday, May 19, 2016
FROM: 7:00pm-9:00pm
WHERE: Torpedo Factory Art Center (directions below)

The Washington DC chapter of ACM SIGGRAPH is proud to present, 3D printing in jewelry design with Dejan Jovanovic. Dejan, an artist for more than twenty years who has exhibited works in the US and Europe, will discuss how 3D printing is used in his design process as well as the tools required to render his jewelry designs. A brief discussion on the history of 3D printing will also precede the presentation.

Dejan trained as a sculptor at Belgrade University School of Applied Arts in Serbia where he focused on the challenges of creating large-scale sculptures. He has exhibited his work in the US and Europe and has worked on fabrication and metalsmithing projects for many private clients, including the White House, Smithsonian Institution, and Washington National Cathedral, and has also worked for Tiffany and Company. He has been established in Washington, DC since 2002.

Dejan Studio Jewelry

Please join us on Thursday, May 19, 2016 from 7pm to 9pm at the Torpedo Factory Art Center to learn how 3D printing is applied to jewelry design.
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LOCATION:
Torpedo Factory Art Center
105 N. Union St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
703-838-4565
www.torpedofactory.org

Directions:
The Torpedo Factory Art Center is located at the intersection of King Street and N. Union Street in Old Town Alexandria
http://torpedofactory.org/visit/directions/

Paid parking is available across the street from the Torpedo Factory or you can take the free trolley from the King Street metro center. Paid street parking is available in most areas of Old Town Alexandria. There is limited free parking in nearby residential areas, but it is restricted to two hours. There are several garages within walking distance of the Torpedo Factory Art Center, too. For real-time maps to locate parking in garages, visit the ParkMe website or download their free iPhone app. Parking regulations are strictly enforced by the City of Alexandria. Parking is free after 9 pm, on Sundays, and on state holidays. Persons with proper handicapped identification on their cars may park free at any meter and are exempt from residential parking sticker requirements.

Trolley Information
:
www.dashbus.com/Trolley
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Annual Demo Reel & Portfolio Night – Washington DC ACM SIGGRAPH

by on Apr.03, 2016, under Events

DATE: Thursday, April 21, 2016
FROM: 7:00-9:00pm
WHERE: US Patent and Trademark Office (directions below)

Please join the Washington DC ACM SIGGRAPH chapter for our annual demo reel and portfolio review night. Whether you are a graduating student looking to enter the job market, or are a seasoned professional contemplating a change, a dynamic demo reel and portfolio are a must. We will be reviewing demo reels and portfolios after which we will creatively discuss the works. Feedback will be provided on how best to showcase the skills, talents, and experience of each individual. If you don’t have a reel yet, feel free to join us and enjoy networking with other like-minded individuals.

Putting together a demo reel or portfolio can be challenging. How long should it be? What are interviewers looking for? If you are looking for ways to improve your present position, or shopping around for a new one, the time to polish up your demo reel is now. If you’re looking to hire, this will be a great opportunity to see a range of fresh new talent.

We would like to request an RSVP to our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/DCsiggraph) then indicate if you will be bringing a demo reel to share. You can also put your demo on a website and we will test the link before the event to make sure everything works.

Please join us on Thursday, April 21, 2016 from 7pm to 9pm at the US Patent and Trademark Office as the Washington DC ACM SIGGRAPH chapter discusses demo reels, portfolio questions, and more at our Annual Demo Reel & Portfolio Night.

See you there!
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LOCATION:
The meeting will be held at the
Remsen Building (400 Dulany Street) in the 1st floor conference room. We are located 2 blocks from the
KING STREET METRO station (BLUE/YELLOW Lines)

http://www.wmata.com/rail/station_detail.cfm?station_id=48

http://goo.gl/maps/UW6p0 -(Walking Directions)

PARKING:

Street Parking
$1.75 per hour, 2 hour max
Free after 9pm

Hoffman Town Center
206 Swamp Fox Rd
Alexandria, VA 22314
$1 after 5pm

Hoffman Town Center
2400 Eisenhower Ave
Alexandria, VA 22314
Free after 5pm

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Paras Kaul and the Boolean Girl Project – ACM SIGGRAPH Washington DC

by on Feb.29, 2016, under Events

DATE: Thursday, March 24, 2016
FROM: 7:00pm-9:00pm
WHERE: Torpedo Factory Art Center (directions below)

The Washington DC chapter of ACM SIGGRAPH is honored to present, an evening with Paras Kaul and the Boolean Girl Project. Paras Kaul (paraskaul.onair.cc) is world recognized as a leader in her field of experimentation with brain to computer interface technologies (BCI) for interactive gaming —intended to train the brain for learning and rehabilitation. The Boolean Girl Project helps fill a gap, which exists in technology fields today, a lack of female programmers. Paras will discuss this gap then demonstrate the system used in Boolean Girl classes along with the MIT Scratch language which allows for the creation of interactive stories, games, and animations.

Paras Kaul will present her teaching experience with The Boolean Girl Project — a project designed to give young girls the opportunity to learn basic programming skills and empower them to pursue technology careers with the confidence and passion to express their creativity in professions related to information technology. Bridging STEM and STEAM education, The Boolean Girl Project lays a foundation for girls to become programmers and engineers by creating multiple avenues for learning technological and engineering skills.

Paras will introduce you to the computer system used for animation in after-school enrichment classes. The system uses Raspberry Pi — the popular, miniaturized computer that is priced around $35.00. Girls use Scratch animation software, which is free downloadable software developed at MIT for kids to learn visual programming. Part of The Boolean Girl Project has been to configure a computer system that is affordable for girls to continue developing their skills at home after they have completed Boolean Girl classes. The Raspberry Pi is great for learning to program animated stories and games using Scratch and advancing to Python programming in the advanced classes. In these classes, girls learn to control lights and speakers and to build electronic devices like alarm systems and game controllers.

Please join us on Thursday, March 24, 2016 from 7pm to 9pm at the Torpedo Factory Art Center to see Raspberry Pi in action, to learn about Scratch, and to discuss the importance of having girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in computing fields.


LOCATION:
Torpedo Factory Art Center
105 N. Union St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
703-838-4565
www.torpedofactory.org

Directions:

The Torpedo Factory Art Center is located at the intersection of King Street and N. Union Street in Old Town Alexandria

http://torpedofactory.org/visit/directions/

Paid parking is available across the street from the Torpedo Factory or you can take the free trolley from the King Street metro center. Paid street parking is available in most areas of Old Town Alexandria. There is limited free parking in nearby residential areas, but it is restricted to two hours. There are several garages within walking distance of the Torpedo Factory Art Center, too. For real-time maps to locate parking in garages, visit the ParkMe website or download their free iPhone app. Parking regulations are strictly enforced by the City of Alexandria. Parking is free after 9 pm, on Sundays, and on state holidays. Persons with proper handicapped identification on their cars may park free at any meter and are exempt from residential parking sticker requirements.

Trolley Information:

www.dashbus.com/Trolley


 

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Washington DC ACM SIGGRAPH presents Adobe Illustrator Show & Tell – Feb18,2016

by on Feb.03, 2016, under Events

DATE:   Thursday, February 18, 2016
FROM: 7:00pm-9:00pm
WHERE: US Patent and Trademark Office (directions below)

The Washington DC chapter of ACM SIGGRAPH is proud to present, Adobe Illustrator Techniques and Tips. Our chapter Chair, Roberto Ortiz, will show how he used Illustrator, along with LightWave 2015, to create a coloring book. Mark Jette, our chapter’s Media Relations representative, will demonstrate a watercolor technique and a gradient mesh technique to create a photorealistic illustration. These techniques, along with a few surprise tips, will be presented over the course of the evening.   Whether you are an experienced Illustrator user, or new to the application, there will be something for everybody.

Adobe Illustrator is the industry-standard vector graphics application which lets you create logos, icons, sketches, typography and complex illustrations for print, web, interactive, video and mobile.

Please join us on Thursday, February 18, 2016 from 7pm to 9pm at the US Patent and Trademark Office for our version of Show & Tell with Adobe Illustrator.

In order to offset costs for this event, we request a $5 contribution from non-members.

LOCATION:

The meeting will be held at the Remsen Building (400 Dulany Street) in the 1st floor conference room. We are located 2 blocks from the KING STREET METRO station (BLUE/YELLOW Lines)

http://www.wmata.com/rail/station_detail.cfm?station_id=48
http://goo.gl/maps/UW6p0 -(Walking Directions)

PARKING:
Street Parking
$1.75 per hour, 2 hour max
Free after 9pm

Hoffman Town Center
206 Swamp Fox Rd
Alexandria, VA 22314
$1 after 5pm

Hoffman Town Center
2400 Eisenhower Ave
Alexandria, VA 22314
Free after 5pm

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Washington DC ACM SIGGRAPH presents Character Rigging in Maya – Jan 21, 2016

by on Jan.10, 2016, under Events

DATE: Thursday, January 21, 2016
FROM: 7:00pm-9:00pm
WHERE: US Patent and Trademark Office (directions below)

The Washington DC chapter of ACM SIGGRAPH is proud to present Character Rigging in Maya with Raffaele Scaduto-Mendola, a 3D artist whose career has taken him to such studios as Dreamworks, Digital Domain, and Nickelodeon. Raffaele will provide an overview on some of the fundamental character rigging and solutions for use in Maya, with an emphasis on large, manageable and sustainable support for multiple and complex animation pipelines.

Biography
http://www.turbolinea.com/

Raffaele Scaduto-Mendola is an artist and engineer with vast experience in 3D character content production for Feature Films, Commercials, and Interactive Apps. He also teaches several courses related to 3D character content production.

Raffaele Scaduto-Mendola developed a keen interest in 3D animation beginning in the early 90’s. As an early adopter of 3D on the Apple Macintosh, he began developing automated pipelines for 3D productions on networks consisting of Silicon Graphics Workstations. Since the early 2000’s, Raffaele has been integrating those production tools on both Linux and Windows platforms. He has also worked directly with software developers, both in production companies starting with Rythm&Hues, Dreamworks and at Bell Labs/Lucent, to design, integrate and use customize tools related to 3D character animation including facial capture character rigs.

Raffaele has also been working on realtime visualization of data.

Please join us on Thursday, January 21, 2016 from 7pm to 9pm at the US Patent and Trademark Office as we shine a bright light on the Dark Art of character rigging in Maya with Raffaele Scaduto-Mendola.

In order to offset costs for this event, we request a $5 contribution from non-members.

LOCATION:

The meeting will be held at the
Remsen Building (400 Dulany Street) in the 1st floor conference room. We are located 2 blocks from the
KING STREET METRO station (BLUE/YELLOW Lines)

http://www.wmata.com/rail/station_detail.cfm?station_id=48

http://goo.gl/maps/UW6p0 -(Walking Directions)

PARKING:

Street Parking
$1.75 per hour, 2 hour max
Free after 9pm

Hoffman Town Center
206 Swamp Fox Rd
Alexandria, VA 22314
$1 after 5pm

Hoffman Town Center
2400 Eisenhower Ave
Alexandria, VA 22314
Free after 5pm

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Throwback Thursday & Elections – ACM SIGGRAPH Washington DC

by on Nov.01, 2015, under Events

Throwback Thursday & Elections – ACM SIGGRAPH Washington DC

DATE: Thursday, November 19, 2015
FROM: 7:00-9:00pm
WHERE: US Patent and Trademark Office (directions below)

It’s election time again! The Washington DC chapter of ACM SIGGRAPH is currently accepting nominations for the following positions: Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer. Voting will be conducted on Thursday, November 19, 2015 during the scheduled meeting. The main requirement for a leadership position is all officers must be voting members of ACM and members of ACM SIGGRAPH. Information about the duties and responsibilities for each position can be found on our web site: http://wp.siggraph.org/washington/bylaws/

Nominations from current members in good standing are currently closed.Thank you to all who participated.
Currently nominations are as follows:

Chair – nomination for Roberto Ortiz
Vice-Chair–nomination for Chris Rahaim
Secretary – nomination forMark Jette
Treasurer – nomination for Kim Wallace

If you would like more information about a position, would like to volunteer for a committee, or to even present at a meeting, feel free to contact us at dc_siggraph@mail.com or robertoortiz1@yahoo.com .

After the elections, we will be showing a classic SIGGRAPH Computer Animation Festival!

Please join us on Thursday, November 19, 2015 from 7pm to 9pm at the US Patent and Trademark Office. See you there!
____________________________________________________

LOCATION:
The meeting will be held at the
Remsen Building (400 Dulany Street) at the 1st floor conference room. We are located 2 blocks from the
KING STREET METRO station (BLUE/YELLOW Lines)

http://www.wmata.com/rail/station_detail.cfm?station_id=48

http://goo.gl/maps/UW6p0-(Walking Directions)

PARKING:

Street Parking
$1.75 per hour, 2 hour max
Free after 9pm

Hoffman Town Center
206 Swamp Fox Rd
Alexandria, VA 22314
$1 after 5pm

Hoffman Town Center
2400 Eisenhower Ave
Alexandria, VA 22314
Free after 5pm
____________________________________________________
Contact ACM SIGGRAPH Washington DC:
http://wp.siggraph.org/washington/

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Washington, DC
159 Members

Washington DC ACM SIGGRAPH is a non-profit, professional computer graphics organization serving the Washington metropolitan area. Our mission is to foster the synthesis of art…

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