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State of the Art of Color Teaching in Design Education

  • 22 Apr 2022
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Colour Literacy Forum

State of the Art of Color Teaching in Design Education

With Ingrid Calvo Ivanovic

April 22, 2022 3PM Eastern Time  US (UTC-05:00)

This talk presents a comprehensive analysis of the state of the art of colour teaching in design programs of higher education institutions from different countries (Latin America, North America, Europe, and Oceania) during the last decade (2010-2020). The study was conducted as part of a doctoral research that proposes the development of a Colour Design Training Itinerary (CDTI) as a complete educational framework for the improvement of the teaching and learning of colour in the design discipline. 

INGRID CALVO IVANOVIC PhD
Ingrid Calvo Ivanovic is a Colour Designer, Researcher and Consultant in Design Research, Politecnico di Milano. MA in Image Studies and Graphic Designer. Assistant Professor of the Design Department of the University of Chile. Member of the AIC Executive Committee. Member of the Editorial Board of Color Research & Application Journal. Member of the Steering Committee of the AIC+ISCC Colour Literacy Project. Member of Study Group on Colour Education (SGCE) and the Study Group on Environmental Colour Design (ECD) of the International Colour Association (AIC). President of the Scientific Committee of the AIC2016 Interim Meeting: Colour in Urban Life.

For more than twelve years, Ingrid has been a full-time researcher in the field of colour, developing methodologies for its study, teaching, and application in design, architecture, and art, in relation to other research areas such as visual and curatorial studies. Also, she has presented specialized colour conferences and workshops in different countries of America, Oceania and Europe.

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