The Colour Research Society of Canada (CRSC) is presenting AIC2022, the AIC (International Colour Organization) midterm meeting (fully online) being held from Toronto, Canada.
I have a June 8, 2022 conference announcement (received via email from the ArtSci Salon), which outlines the programme,
2 free public talks, and free workshops (info below).
Info also here https://akimbo.ca/listings/aic2022-sensing-colour/
AIC2022: SENSING COLOUR
Interested in Colour Research? Join us at AIC2022 Sensing Colour
conference June 13–16, 2022.www.aic2022.org 
Photo/copyright (left to right): Joseph Ingoldsby; Anong Beam;
Angelica Dass/Edu Leoìn.
JOIN US FOR AIC2022: SENSING COLOUR
Midterm Meeting of the International Colour Organization (AIC)
When deciding the theme for this year’s conference, we decided that
Sensing Colour best spoke to our vision. Sensing Colour offers
a great opportunity for participants from diverse disciplines and
modes of inquiry to contribute to colour awareness and knowledge in an
interdisciplinary and inclusive forum. It highlights how colour offers
itself to us, in what ways it approaches and engages us, affects our
awareness, and harnesses our attention. In so many diverse ways, and
through so many different lenses, colour is being studied as an
influential shaper of human experience.
Through all our senses and faculties – through intellectual,
cultural and material ways of knowing and feeling – we seek to
observe and utilize the remarkable complexity of colour, whether
material or immaterial, whether conceptual or practical, sociological
or biological, natural or technological.
Sensing Colour presents 3-days of online talks from June 14-16
focussed on colour, by an international array of colour researchers
and practitioners. We invite you to register for the full conference,
or one day. We also have several adjacent activities planned before
and after the conference, which are free and open to the general
Invited speaker details
* Gathering Colour
We will have an in-person lecture by M’Chigeeng First Nation artist
Anong Migwans Beam at the Art Gallery of Ontario, on Monday June 13,
at 7pm [ET].
Click here for more details and information on registering for Anong Beam talk (free)
* Humanae: Celebrating how colourful we are
Renowned award-winning photographer Angélica Dass will present a
special lecture on her Humanae Project: Celebrating how colourful we
are. The online lecture, co-presented by the Art Gallery of Ontario,
is on Thursday June 16, 1-2pm [ET].
Click here for more details and information on registering for Angélica Dass talk (free)
We are holding several in-person and online workshops on June 13, 17
and 18, which are open to the general public as well as AIC2022
* Switch On the Colours of Your Brain – training with Patricia
* Effets chromatiques d’un lieu urbain Montréalais – mise en
œuvre d’une approche empirique
* The Shape of Colour
* Color Marketing Group® 2024+ ChromaZone® Color Forecasting
* The Colours We Share, by Angélica Dass, co-presented by Art
Gallery of Ontario
Click here for full workshop details, including times and registration costs (some are free).
* Panel discussion on Colour in the Lighting Industry
* Presentations by authors of Recent books about Colou
In affiliation with AIC 2022, 13th Street Gallery has organized an
exhibition based on our conference theme.
Sensing Colour Exhibition at 13th Street Gallery in St. Catharines [a municipality in Ontario, Canada] opens on Saturday June 11, 2022 featuring artists Kimberly Danielson, Cynthia Chapman and Kyle Clements.
AIC 2022 is presented by the Colour Research Society of Canada, with partners OCAD [Ontario College of Art & Design] University and the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.