Colour Research Society of Canada's Toronto event


If you are interested in colour, from any disciplinary or interdisciplinary perspective(s), as an arena of practice or research (or both) I'd like to invite you to attend the Colour Research Society of Canada's Toronto event next Thursday, March 21, celebrating International Colour Day.

 
DateThursday, March 21, 2019 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Website

www.eventbrite.com

Location

134 Peter St. #1602

The Colour Research Society of Canada (CRSC)

(https://www.colourresearch.org/), is the Canadian national member of AIC, the International Colour Association (https://aic-color.org/). Membership in the CRSC includes AIC Membership.

 

Here is a link to our event...at the beautiful Interface Showroom, with featured guest presentation/lecture by artist Tania Love. Hope to see you there - please RSVP below...
 

RSVP to the CRSC 2019 Annual General Meeting

Colour Research Society of Canada: Annual General Meeting & Artist Lecture Tickets, Thu, Mar 21, 2019 at 6:00 PM | Eventbrite

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We invite you to participate in our next event happening on International Colour Day - March 21, 2019: the CRSC Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Interface Carpet Showroom located at 134 Peter Street, #1602, Toronto. The AGM will begin at 6pm EST, followed by a lecture at 7pm EST by artist Tania Love ..

 

Dear AIC Members,

We are happy to invite every country member to participate in the International Colour Day, organized by the Portuguese Colour Association. The celebration is open to those who are interested in sending poetry, as detailed below.

 

WE CAN NO LONGER LIVE WITHOUT POETRY, COLOUR, LOVE
 

"We can no longer survive on refrigerators, politicians, card games, crosswords and puzzles. We can no longer live without poetry, color, love" writes Antoine de Saint-Exupéry in Letter to General X, (1943), during World War II. The Portuguese Colour Association, in collaboration with the P’Arte, CEC - Centre for Comparative Studies, the Colour and Light Research Group, CIAUD - Research Centre in Architecture, Urban Planning and Design (both from the University of Lisbon) returns to this idea to celebrate Colour and Poetry, on March 21st, 2019, through a Poetry Reading Encounter dedicated to Colour, starting at 18h30, O'Malta Bistro Bar, Rua Carvalho Araújo, 24 Lisbon.

We invite you to read unpublished poems or poems already published under the theme colour. From this sharing a compilation of poetry will be edited and published after the event.

If you can’t participate in Lisbon, but, nevertheless, you would like to collaborate to the diversity and joy of this event, please send a poem to the email conte.veronica@gmail.com, and this poem will be read in your name.

We wish you a memorable International Colour Day!

Prof. Doutora Maria João Durão, Lisbon School of Architecture, Lisbon University

FAUL-CIAUD Colour Laboratory and Colour and Light Research Group, Chair
APCor-Portuguese Colour Association, Honorary President

DateThursday, March 21, 2019 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Website

www.eventbrite.com

Location

134 Peter St. #1602

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International Colour Day
Thursday, March 21, 2019 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm

The Colour Research Society of Canada (CRSC)

(https://www.colourresearch.org/), is the Canadian national member of AIC, the International Colour Association (https://aic-color.org/). Membership in the CRSC includes AIC Membership.

 

Here is a link to our event...at the beautiful Interface Showroom, with featured guest presentation/lecture by artist Tania Love. Hope to see you there - please RSVP below...
 

RSVP to the CRSC 2019 Annual General Meeting

Colour Research Society of Canada: Annual General Meeting & Artist Lecture Tickets, Thu, Mar 21, 2019 at 6:00 PM | Eventbrite

www.eventbrite.com

We invite you to participate in our next event happening on International Colour Day - March 21, 2019: the CRSC Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Interface Carpet Showroom located at 134 Peter Street, #1602, Toronto. The AGM will begin at 6pm EST, followed by a lecture at 7pm EST by artist Tania Love ..

 

Dear AIC Members,

We are happy to invite every country member to participate in the International Colour Day, organized by the Portuguese Colour Association. The celebration is open to those who are interested in sending poetry, as detailed below.

 

WE CAN NO LONGER LIVE WITHOUT POETRY, COLOUR, LOVE
 

"We can no longer survive on refrigerators, politicians, card games, crosswords and puzzles. We can no longer live without poetry, color, love" writes Antoine de Saint-Exupéry in Letter to General X, (1943), during World War II. The Portuguese Colour Association, in collaboration with the P’Arte, CEC - Centre for Comparative Studies, the Colour and Light Research Group, CIAUD - Research Centre in Architecture, Urban Planning and Design (both from the University of Lisbon) returns to this idea to celebrate Colour and Poetry, on March 21st, 2019, through a Poetry Reading Encounter dedicated to Colour, starting at 18h30, O'Malta Bistro Bar, Rua Carvalho Araújo, 24 Lisbon.

We invite you to read unpublished poems or poems already published under the theme colour. From this sharing a compilation of poetry will be edited and published after the event.

If you can’t participate in Lisbon, but, nevertheless, you would like to collaborate to the diversity and joy of this event, please send a poem to the email conte.veronica@gmail.com, and this poem will be read in your name.

We wish you a memorable International Colour Day!

Prof. Doutora Maria João Durão, Lisbon School of Architecture, Lisbon University

FAUL-CIAUD Colour Laboratory and Colour and Light Research Group, Chair
APCor-Portuguese Colour Association, Honorary President

Venue & Address: 
134 Peter St. #1602
Website: 
www.eventbrite.com
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