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Ellen Yi-Luen Do <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 15 Jun 2011 09:31:54 -0400
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                      The 2011 Joint Symposia on

                       Computational Aesthetics
                 Sketch Based Interfaces and Modeling
              Non-Photorealistic Animation and Rendering

                         Vancouver, BC, Canada
                        Marriott Pinnacle Hotel
                            5–7 August 2011

For the first time, the three symposia on Computational Aesthetics (CAe),
Sketch-Based Interfaces and Modeling (SBIM), and Non-Photorealistic
Animation and Rendering (NPAR) will be jointly run as a “triple” event in a
single location with a single registration, co-located with SIGGRAPH.

The discounted early registration ends on 17 June 2011 – don't miss it!

The symposium includes:
 - 3 exciting shared invited talks (see below)
 - about 50 paper presentations (dual track)
 - a joint poster, demo and arts session
 - a welcome reception (Thu 4 August 2011)
 - public opening of the art show (Fri 5 August 2011)
 - the conference banquet (Sat 6 August 2011)
 - lunches on Friday and Saturday, and coffee breaks
 - discounted student accommodation (before 1 July 2011)

 * Jeff Han (pioneer of multi-touch interaction)
   Title to be confirmed

 * Andrew Pearce (Director of R&D at DreamWorks)
   Stylistic Approximations of Realism in DreamWorks’ Animated Films

 * Jeffrey Ventrella (artist and programmer)
   The Art of Code; the Code of Art

Important Dates
 Early registration deadline:   17 June 2011 (save $100)
 Late  registration deadline:   18 July 2011 (save  $50)
 CAE-SBIM-NPAR 2011 symposia:   5–7 August 2011 (ends midday on Sunday,in
time for afternoon SIGGRAPH sessions)

For more details, including accepted papers, please visit our website at

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