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CSA NSW International Colour Day 2018 symposium Colour Education – Past, Present and Future at the International School of Colour and Design - iscd, North Sydney, Sunday March 25, 10.30 am to 2.30 pm.

 

 

I am very pleased to announce that our March event to celebrate International Colour Day 2018 will be a seminar, Colour Education – Past, Present and Future, to  be held at the International School of Colour and Design - iscd in North Sydney. To make it easier for students and teachers from across Sydney to attend, the event will be held on the weekend after International Colour Day, on Sunday March 25th. Our speakers will be Eva Fay on Colour Exercises from the Shillito Design School, David Briggs on The New Anatomy of Colour, and Annamaria di Cara on Colour Education for Architecture and Interior Design in the 21st Century, after which Jean Pretorius will conclude with a practical session on Travels through Colour Space - a Painter's View. We are very grateful to Wendy Greenhalf and the iscd for generously making the school available to us for this event.

 

WHEN AND WHERE:

Sunday March 25, 10.30 am to 2.30 pm, including 30 minutes lunch break.

International School of Colour and Design - iscd, 3/118 Walker St, North Sydney. Doors open 10.15 am. Inquires: David Briggs at djcbriggs@gmail.com or 0416 737 559.

 

PARKING:

Street parking only.  

 

COST:

Tickets only $35 non-members/$25 members/$20 students; includes light lunch and use of materials. 

RSVP essential by Thursday 22nd March 2018.