Inter-Society Color Council

Upcoming events

    • 20 Feb 2021
    • 12:30 AM (EST)
    • 01 Dec 2021
    • 12:00 AM (EST)
    • Online

    • 23 Apr 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • online
    • 269

    WHAT Fluorescent Friday (FREE!)
    WHY A new international Student Chapter focused on interdisciplinary color topics

    WHEN      Friday, April 23, 2021, 3:00pm - 4:00pm EST

    Next Generation Color: 6 MiniTalks

    • Olivia Kuzio, Rochester Institute of Technology
    • Bill Rios, University of Texas
    • Soojin Lee, University of Leeds, School of Design
    • Francis Pellegrino, University of Rochester
    • Nian Xiong, North Carolina State University
    • Sofia Hinostroza, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

    Fluorescent Fridays are created by the Inter-Society Color Council for university students from all disciplines to network with invited professionals and fellow students, and explore cutting edge information about color’s multidimensional nature and its applications.

    Global Student Chapter: The long range goal is to build a global student chapter that positions color as a multidimensional STEAM model (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math), sharing up-to-date color research by scientists, artists, designers, industry professionals, and university students.21st century color communication requires a commitment to building bridges for sharing resources, cultivating mentors, and creating new opportunities. With up-to-date information and useful tools, students become the next generation of leaders in ever-evolving color related disciplines.

    • 12 May 2021
    • 2:00 PM (EDT)

    The Greying of Norway

    With few exceptions, the identities of most Norwegian towns and cities are foremost associated with painted façades in traditional hues and nuances of reds, yellows and greens, historically regulated by the limited access to building materials and pigments. However, counter to the long tradition of color variation, more recent Norwegian architecture points to a dramatic change towards a uniform, achromatic color scheme.

    The presentation is a journey though color and its role in the identity of place and will focus on the work by Alex Booker and Kine Angelo in identifying drivers behind the tendency towards chromatic entropy, and on developing strategies for color guidelines for urban development.


    Associate Professor Kine Angelo has twenty years of practice as Interior Architect, specializing in colour in architecture. She joined the Faculty of Architecture and Design at NTNU in 2010 where she is currently a full-time lecturer and researcher at Department for Architecture and Technology. Her teaching and research activities are devoted to light and colour in the architectural realm. Building on previous and ongoing design practice of architectural projects, her overall aim is to promote color and material gestalt in architecture and urban space through research, architectural education, and public outreach.

    Her contribution outside NTNU is as a color designer, consultant, strategist, and in giving lectures and workshops for educational institutions, organizations, companies, and municipalities. She has been working on establishing color, material, and aesthetic guidelines for urban development in several Norwegian towns and cities. She is Deputy Leader on the Board of Government of Forum Farge (AIC Norway), and internationally active as a member of the Study Group on Environmental Colour Design (ECD)  in the International Color Association (AIC), where she has regularly participated with presentations since 2012.

Past events

23 Mar 2021 Webinar - Andy Towns
26 Feb 2021 Fluorescent Fridays #2
28 Jan 2021 Webinar - John Barbur
13 Nov 2020 Fluorescent Fridays #1
06 Jun 2020 Color Impact 2020 Virtual Symposium: A New Vision for Color Education
05 May 2020 Sally Augustin presents "The Science of Designing with Color: Making the Right Choices"
14 Apr 2020 Shelli Sedlak presents "Light & Color with LED"
17 Mar 2020 Ellen Divers presents "The 'Blind Spot' in Architectural Color"
25 Feb 2020 Ruthanne M. Hanlon presents "Color and Culture"
28 Jan 2020 Ken Butts presents "ULTRA-PORTABLE COLOR MEASUREMENT – A Spectro in Your Pocket?"
19 Nov 2019 Webinar - Roland Connelly presents "Comparison of LED Lighting Adopted by Retailers to Typical LED Spectra Adopted by the CIE"
22 Oct 2019 Tony Stanton presents: Color Management in the Graphic Arts
21 Oct 2019 IS&T's 27th Color and Imaging Conference
24 Sep 2019 Ann Laidlaw & Jodi Baker present "Introduction to CIELAB"
20 Aug 2019 AATCC Color Management Workshop
09 Jul 2019 Webinar - Fritz Horstman presents "Interacting with Color: the Art and Teaching of Josef Albers"
21 Mar 2019 Webinar - Michael Webster
19 Mar 2019 ISCC Long-term Planning Meeting
17 Mar 2019 TAGA Annual Technical Conference Joint with ISCC
16 Mar 2019 Workshop: Josef Albers's Color Experiments
19 Feb 2019 Webinar - Kristen Dettoni presents "Print on Demand - Exploring the Market Opportunities"
09 Jan 2019 January Webinar: Jean Hoskin
16 Oct 2018 Webinar: Andrew Stockman
15 Aug 2018 AATCC Color Management Workshop
10 Jun 2018 Munsell Centennial Color Symposium
30 May 2018 Webinar: Lori Sawaya, Psychological Color Temperature and Color Harmony
25 Apr 2018 Paul Centore Webinar: A Practical Introduction to the Munsell Colour System for Artists
21 Mar 2018 Webinar: Dr. David Briggs: The New Anatomy of Colour
21 Feb 2018 Webinar: Albert Munsell - the father of color science?
17 Jan 2018 Webinar: Color Science and the Visual Arts
15 Dec 2017 ANTEC® Orlando: The Plastics Technology Conference
18 Oct 2017 LED - A Balancing Act - Don't Be Left in the Dark
16 Oct 2017 AIC 2017 JEJU, Korea
27 Sep 2017 Webinar: Color in Digital Cinema
11 Sep 2017 CIC 25 Twenty- fifth Color and Imaging Conference
31 Jul 2017 CORM/ISCC 2017 Joint Technical Conference
21 Mar 2017 ISCC Winter Webinar: Mark D Fairchild
21 Mar 2017 International Colour Day

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