June 11-15, 2023
Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester NY
Join us for 2023 Color Impact: Color and Human Experience, to be held in conjunction with the
40th Anniversary Celebration of the Munsell Color Science Lab at RIT.
Gather with your friends and color colleagues for five days of fascinating keynotes, thought-provoking presentations, hands-on workshops, short courses, field trips, an art exhibit and more. We expect attendees from around the world and from across the spectrum of color professions including Science, Industry, Education, Art & Design.
Program information, schedules and registration details will be available in Winter 2022.
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Call for Contributions
ISCC is soliciting contributions from color practitioners, researchers,
students, and professionals on Color and Human Experience.
Because the scope is broad, we welcome a variety of presentation formats.
ISCC advances the “knowledge of color as it relates to art, science, industry and education. Each of these fields enriches the others, furthering the general objective of color education.
Rochester, NY is a long-term incubator in 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.
Proposals may include audience participation and should not be commercial in nature. The Program Committee will announce results on March 1, 2023. It will designate some presentations for poster format and recognize outstanding student presentations.
Color in Science and Industry
Color in Art and Design
Please submit proposals by January 30, 2023, to the appropriate page using the following forms:
We invite you to share the Call for Contributions with your colleagues and students.
Please feel free to print and distribute the attached PRINTABLE FLYER