2nd Annual ISCC Symposium on Color Education

  • 26 Jun 2021
  • 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Virtual


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2nd Annual ISCC Symposium on Color Education
”Perspectives in Colour Education”
Saturday, June 26, 2021

Registration opens May 1, 2021

The Joint AIC/ISCC Colour Literacy Project is hosting a one-day virtual event featuring a variety of perspectives on teaching color presented by educators across disciplines. NOTE: this event is free to registrants of the Color Impact 2021 Conference, but a separate registration is required (click "Register" at left). Registration is $50 for those who did not register for Color Impact 2021.


This will be a follow up to the first ISCC Symposium on Colour Education held last year in June. The co-chair of that event, Robert Hirschler, will be the afternoon keynote speaker this year, presenting "Bauhaus Influence on Colour Education: a Critical Homage."

The morning keynote speaker will be David Batchelor, artist and author of Chromophobia, presenting his perspective on "Why Colour".

For the complete schedule, including short abstracts and speaker biographies, visit ColorImpact2021.

Other presenters scheduled:

  • Jennifer Logun, Adjunct Associate Professor, Pratt Institute, "Color Insight Color On-site"
  • Dr. Jennifer Kruschwitz, Optical Interference Coating Designer, "Connecting Optics Learning Outcomes through Color by use of a Monochromator"
  • Agata Kwiatkowska-Lubańska, Color Designer and Educator, "Subtractive color mixing as a support for color memory"
  • Theresa-Marie Rhyne, Independent Visualization Consultant, "Applying Albers Concepts to Creating Scientific Data Visualizations"
  • Rebecca Michaels, Educator, Photographer and Design Professional, "The Art of the Three Color Process"
  • Ingrid Calvo Ivanovic, Colour Researcher, Designer and Consultant, "Colour Design Training Itinerary, a Framework for the Future of Colour Education"
  • Maggie Maggio, Co-Chair, Joint ISCC/AIC Colour Literacy Project, "Update on the ISCC/AIC Joint Color Literacy Project: Beta-Testing New Approaches to K-12 Colour Education"

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