Queen's Computing presents Creative Computing Showcase - Art, Research, Games

Project Submission Form


Every year the School of Computing holds an end of year event called the Creative Computing Showcase, highlighting undergraduate work that took place that year. This year's event was scheduled to take place on April 3rd. But, because of the rapidly evolving global pandemic, we were forced to cancel it... or were we?

While we are not physically present at the School, staff and faculty have been working hard at keeping the classes proceeding, and the research active while distancing/self-isolating. So we started to think of how we could still hold Creative Computing, while keeping everyone safe. With that in mind...

We introduce the first EVER online Creative Computing Showcase - or Creative Computing: Quarantine Edition. Here's how it will work:

  • Submit your end-of-year projects here. This is not a substitute for submitting for your instructor/TAs and will have absolutely no impact on your grade.
  • The emphasis should be on visuals and interactivity.
    • If you made a poster, share the poster.
    • If you made a game, consider building it for the web.
    • If you can't compile and share your project, you might consider sharing some screenshots (with explanation) in a Word document or making a short video demo.
    • But remember that the point is not create more work for yourself, but rather use the work and materials you are already submiting to your instructors.
  • During the month of April and May, we will post the projects we receive on the Creative Computing Showcase blog.
  • Because we realize some might not want their 4th year projects available online forever, projects will be available for everyone to peruse for the spring and summer and removed in the Fall. But please consider checking the box to let us use your submission in future marketing (e.g. Fall Preview, March Break Open House, etc). Your project may inspire others to get into computing!

We hope you'll consider submiting your projects. This is a good way for us all to reconnect with each other during these isolating circumstances. We look forward to seeing what everyone has been working on this year!

If you have any questions or difficulties, please contact Doug Martin.

This will be used to contact you in case of a problem.
The title of your project. This will be used as the title of the post.
Your group members (including you).
e.g. CISC 226, CISC 499, etc.
Note: File size and form data may not exceed 1,024 megabytes in total. If you have more than one file, please put them all in a .zip file. If you can't fit your submission into 1,024 megabytes, you may instead include a link to a OneDrive or Dropbox folder in the description field below.
This is your elevator pitch - what you would have told someone who walked up to your poster/demo at the event - and will be included in the blog post about your project. It could be a couple sentences, or it could be a couple paragraphs.


Depending on the size of the file you attached and your internet speed, you may have to wait for a while for the form to submit. You will see a new page with confirmation when it is complete.