— Expressive 2016 —

The Joint Symposium on

Computational Aesthetics

and

Sketch-Based Interfaces and Modeling

and

Non-Photorealistic Animation and Rendering

in Lisbon, Portugal,
on 7–9 May 2016.

Collocated with Eurographics 2016.

Co-sponsored by

ACM SIGGRAPH
Eurographics


News

19 May Expressive 2016 is over. Thanks for attending and congratulations to the prize winners! See you next year in Los Angeles.
6 May As we are getting ready for Expressive to start tomorrow, we are rolling out fuseami as the official networking and conference app for Expressive. (Please send feedback to our publicity chair.)
2 May The final conference program is now available. We are looking forward to welcoming you to Lisbon in just a few days.
21 April Partial and full registration subsidies are available for students. Email mtsezgin at ku.edu.tr with a 300 word proposal explaining why your case should be supported. MS students, junior PhD students and new registrations will be given priority.
18 April Keynote topics announced: “Computational Photography: Going Forward from an Historical Perspective” (Brian Barsky) and “Unknowing, Undeciding, Unbeing: Art and Science at the Limits of Knowledge” (Paul Hertz).
13 April The preliminary conference program is now available (subject to change).
10 April The list of accepted papers is now online.
7 April Participants who want to book an hotel near the venue, that is not in the registration form, can contact Mrs Madalena Almeida from Abreu directly (madalena.almeida at abreu.pt).
21 March The registration system is now open. Register before 17 April to get the early-bird discount.
16 March Posted Call for previously published papers, which provides the opportunity of giving a conference presentation about a recently published or accepted journal paper.
14 March Quick timeline update: notification and camera-ready deadline pushed back by a few days.
29 February New this year: the Call for CAe Bridging papers.
24 February Posted Call for Posters, Demos & Artworks, and Location and Registration information.
1 February The paper submission deadline has been extended to 17 February.
Abstracts are now due on 10 February.