June 11-16, 2023

Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, USA

Conference at a Glance

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Morning Sessions: Ingle Auditorium

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 Continental Breakfast

Conference Welcome

 Continental Breakfast
 Continental Breakfast
 Continental Breakfast
 Color Response

History and

Art & Design

 Education  Technology


Domicele Jonauskaite

Colors and Emotions Across Cultures and Individuals


Kory Stamper

Title TBD


Peter Donahue

TikTok as Color Theory’s One-Room Schoolhouse


Roy Berns

Why does my artwork reproduce so poorly?

Zena O'Conner

Key aims of color in contemporary applied design

Udo Schliemann

Color as a tool to identify and attract people to community and art centers

Zhihua Wang

Measuring Perceptual Color Differences of Smartphone Photographs

Mary Mann

Your Instructor Will Wear Gray: A History of Color Pedagogy at The Cooper Union

Sabine Amoore Pinon

Hues in Tubes, and how they made a name for themselves

Lightning Talks

Petronio Bendito

From Paint to Pixels in Color Design Education

Laura Crehuet Berman

Reflections on Color and Printmaking

Ming Ronnier Luo

Individual colour reproduction

Michael Murdoch

Color Appearance in Optical See-Through Augmented Reality

Saeedeh Abasi

Modeling Hue Perception

Tom Lianza

The Color Teachings of Leonardo Da Vinci as they apply to modern Virtual Motion Picture Production techniques

 Break Break Break


 Color Experience
 Color in the Environment
 Printing/Reproduction  RIT

Alejandra Rojas

Mestizo: The color of Latin America

Lightning Talks

Panel on Color Psychology

Massimo Caiazzo

The chromatic restyling of buildings located in former industrial areas

Maria Fernanda Brandi

Color and memory: a case study of Brazilian brutalism

Beichen Yu

New Urbanisms of color: Environmental Color and Urban Life

Jiawei Lin

Applying colored paper material into landscape architecture

Tianqi Lu

A Study of Color Concept in Home Decoration Design during the Republic of China

Carinna Parraman

 RGB colour printing and halftoning for the reproduction of structural colour images

Suzanne Klein

Printing the shadows: Variations in colour recording and reproduction

Nello Marelli

Color Forecast in Virtual Reality

Panel on Art Exhibit

Luke Hellwig

The Brightness of Chromatic Colors

Gabrielle Brogle

Incorporating High Dynamic Range into Multispectral Imaging for Cultural Heritage Documentation

Isabell Moyer

Identifying Multispectral Imaging Wavelengths to Create “Recipes” for Analysis of Non-Visible Information on Parchment and Paper

Susan Lakin

Frameless Labs at Rochester Institute of Technology

Conference Closing

Bridge Session to

Munsell Lab 40th Anniversary

 Lunch (on your own)
Luncheon and Business Meeting
 Lunch (on your own)

 Lunch (on your own)

Afternoon Short Courses and Activities

Yellow highlighting indicates a free activity. Attendance limits may apply.

MONDAY Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Grum Learning Center


Fifty Shades of Feeling Measuring, Modeling and Rendering Surface Appearance NCS: A Toolbox for
Color Designers
Expanded Color
Gamut Printing
Color for Everyone

Turning the Kaleidescope

4:30-5:30 The Power of Red

TUESDAY Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Grum Learning Center

Color Psychology Workshop

Fundamentals of Psychophysics

Connecting With Color

Color Character Creation


LED Lighting: The Intersection of Color Science and Design
3:30-4:15 Beyond RGB

4:30-5:00 open

open Color Explorer Room Love Canal Augmented
WEDNESDAY Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Grum Learning Center

Techniques for Creating images for color-blind 
and vision impaired

DCM: From
Basics to ACES

RAL Workshop

Selection of Pigments for Color Applications


3:30-4:15 Light Bathing

4:30-5:00 open open open

There's No Such Thing
as Color Space

Additional Afternoon Activities

All are included with conference registration, attendance may be limited.

Monday and Wednesday 2:15-3:15: Tours of the Glass Laboratory

Thursday 2:15-3:15 and 3:30- 4:30: Tours of the MAGIC Center

TBD times : Tours of labs at the Center for Imaging Science

Open times: Walking tour of RIT Art galleries and installations

More available

activities, included with your registration!

The Inter-Society Color Council advances the knowledge of color as it relates to art, science, industry and design.
Each of these fields enriches the others, furthering the general objective of color education.


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