The Colour Society of Australia comprises members from a great variety of
backgrounds who share a common interest in colour. They include artists,
designers, psychologists, physicists, optometrists, vision researchers,
colorimetrists and colorists to name a few.
The objectives of the Society are:
- To provide a forum for discussion of all aspects of colour
arising from its application in art, industry and science.
- To strengthen the teaching of colorimetry in Australian educational
institutions and provide education about colour in the form of seminars,
lectures, demonstrations, etc., at venues around Australia.
- To foster international collaboration in colour.
- To provide avenues for the acquisition of colour information
for all members of the community.
- To encourage further interests related to colour and to promote
research in colour in its widest applications.
A web page is also maintained by the National Committee of
the Colour Society of
Information about the National Committee can be obtained
from the President Annamarie di Cara
Activities of the Colour Society of Australia
- Publication of Spectrum newsletter
- Biennial conferences
The Colour Society of Australia (NSW) June
3rd June 6:00pm to 9:00pm
The evening will give you the opportunity to hear professionals and manufacturers speak about working with and producing environmentally friendly products.
The limitation of colours when specifying 'Green'.
Anjel O'Bryant - Coloraction International
Libby Staggs - Laine Furnishings
Ian Bannister - Abet Laminati
A meeting notice will be sent out next week.
Fantastic door prizes and a "goodies" bag for all attendees.
Going Green PDF
Please RSVP by return email or call 02 9700 8110
GUEST WELCOME: $15.OO for non-members
Looking forward to seeing you all there for a very colourful experience.
Marketing and Design Manager
NCS Colour Centre Australia
Chairperson of the Colour Society of Australia (NSW)
NSW Division Officers and Committee
11th Congress of the International Colour
The CSA is hosting the Congress at the University of New
South Wales 27 September – 2 October.
For further details http://www.aic2009.org
Links to some other
colour related organisations.
and to some other sites of interest
to people working in colour.
This page was commenced on 23rd September 1996
It was last updated on January 2007
This page is maintained by Stephen Dain