The Colour Literacy Forum is an international, collaborative effort to align university-level colour education with current design needs in the culture. The goal of the Forum is to connect faculty, students, and administrators with interdisciplinary professionals to provide cutting-edge research, curricula, tools, and resources.
The Colour Literacy Forum is a virtual gathering featuring presentations and discussions related to updating and expanding colour education in art and design programs at the university level. The forum convenes for three events per year to share information and offer dynamic networking opportunities for participants.
Register using the button at left. For complete details visit Colour Literacy Project.
Speakers and Presentations
The presentations include three perspectives from the Arts & Sciences:
"Introducing the Elements of Colour," by Dr David J. C. Briggs
"How to convert an experience–based university course about colour, light and space for the web," by Saara Pyykkö.
"Developing interactive activities to explore the science of colour," by Dr. Robin Kingsburgh.