New this Year: Inviting Artwork and Demos from Youth
- What does it mean to be a child in our technology rich world of the 2020s?
- What can children and adults do to build a sustainable and equitable future?
- What have you been creating in makerspaces, libraries, your homes that you’d like to share with child-computer interaction researchers and designers from around the world?
Important Dates (Midnight in AoE)
- Submission: March 15
- Youth Submission: April 4
- Author notifications: April 15
- Camera ready submissions: May 2
A submission for the Demos and Art Installations Track consists of the following:
- Include the author(s) name and affiliation. Specifically, Demo/Art submissions are not blind; however, confidentiality will be maintained.
- A description of the demo/artwork written in the ACM CHI Publication Format, up to 6-pages maximum (including references). This includes, but is not limited to:
- a detailed description of the demo and/or artwork
- relevance of the demo/artwork to the IDC community
- connection of the demo/artwork to the conference theme
- value and/or contribution of the demo/artwork to the intended audience
- an abstract that briefly summarizes the demo/artwork and intended presentation format
- a link (URL) to a short video (up to 5 minutes), communicating the installation to the reviewers
- A still image of at least 1500×1200px that represents the demo/artwork. The image is intended for publications and conference publicity. The image will be uploaded as a supplementary file in the online conference system.
Please upload your submission documents via the online conference system. All submissions should follow the ACM guidelines. There is a single column submission paper format.
Maximum length for demo/art submissions is 6-pages (including references).
Accepted Demos and Art Installation papers will be included in the conference proceedings published in the ACM Digital Library. Publication of the paper is dependent at least one author of the paper registered for the conference and participating in the conference.
Demo and Art Selection Process
- Relevance of the demo/art installation to the IDC community
- Conference theme
- The value provided to the intended audience
- Available space at the conference
- Have a description that is publishable in ACM Digital Library (good description, narration. language)
After acceptance of your Demo or Art Exhibition
Participants with accepted works in this track are required to detail requirements in a separate google form which chairs will share. Participants can also ship their items to the venue if they so choose.