ACM SIGGRAPH has affiliate partnership agreements with several international societies, listed below. For information on how to become an affiliate, contact the ACM SIGGRAPH External Relations Chair.
Anima Mundi is a festival that aims to inform, train, educate and entertain by using the infinite possibilities of the language of animation.
CG-ARTS, officially recognized by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in 1992, is a publicly funded body dedicated to promoting Japanese computer graphics education. Its projects range from drafting curricula to development and publication of teaching materials, nurturing instructors, and providing certification tests.
DCAJ is a government-approved non-profit organization that promotes the Japanese digital-content industry.
Eurographics, a Europe-wide professional computer graphics association, supports its members in advancing the state of the art in computer graphics and related fields such as multimedia, scientific visualization, and human-computer interfaces. Through a world-wide membership, Eurographics maintains close links with developments in the US, Japan, and other countries, to promote exchange of scientific and technical information and skills on a global scale.
FMX is a major European digital-imagery conference that addresses the interests of professionals in creation, production, and distribution. Its innovative approaches in the animation, visual effects and gaming industries create a focus for discussions about the convergence and future of digital entertainment.
Founded in the Netherlands in 1990, ISEA International (formerly Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts) is an international non-profit organisation fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organisations and individuals working with art, science and technology. The main activity of ISEA International is the annual International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA). The symposia began in 1988.
At this annual conference on virtual reality and converging technologies in Laval, France, VR creators and users share the latest techniques from their fields of expertise.
The Spark Computer Graphics (Spark CG) Society organizes the SPARK conferences and festivals, and works to promote and foster the Vancouver computer graphics community.
VFX Rio is an open festival for visual effects, digital entertainment and technology.
VIEW is Italy’s premier international conference on computer graphics, interactive techniques, animation and vfx, design, and videogames.