June 11-16, 2023
Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, USA
Gather with your friends and color colleagues for five days of fascinating keynotes, thought-provoking presentations, hands-on workshops, short courses, field trips, and special events.
We expect attendees from around the world and from across the spectrum of color professions
including Science, Industry, Education, Art & Design.
Call for Participation - Deadline January 30,2023
This conference is an excellent opportunity for color practitioners, researchers, students and professionals to share knowledge and perspectives on Color and Human Experience.
Because the scope is broad, we welcome a variety of presentation formats. More information is available HERE.
Color Impact 2023: Color and Human Experience
Program information, schedules and registration details will be available late winter 2023. Be the first to know by joining our mailing list.
Rochester, NY is a long-term incubator in the field of color, demonstrated by the historic contributions of Eastman Kodak, Xerox Corporation, and many others. There has been long-term academic presence, celebrated as a part of this conference with the 40th Anniversary of the Munsell Color Science Laboratory. Today, Rochester is still home to world class industrial research and entrepreneurship in many fields related to color, particularly color imaging.
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Thank you to the Color Impact 2023 Steering Committee:
Karen Braun, Rochester Institute of Technology, Local events
Robert Buckley, Xerox (retired), Short courses
John Conant, Aerodyne (retired), Finances
Kate Edwards, Datacolor, Program
Jean Hoskin, Macy's (retired), Program
Romesh Kumar, Clariant (retired), Sponsorship
Ann Laidlaw, X-Rite (retired), Sponsorship
Maggie Maggio, Smashing Color, Vice Chair
Michael Murdoch, Rochester Institute of Technology, Munsell 40th Anniversary
Robin Meyers, RMImaging, Short Courses
Karen Triedman, Rhode Island School of Design, Program
Amy Woolf, Amy Woolf Color & Design, Website
Dave Wyble, Avian Rochester, General Chair