Colour coded

Parraman, C. and Rizzi, A. e. (2011) Colour coded. Society of Dyers and Colourists. ISBN 978-0-90156-93-4

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Abstract

This 300 word publication to be published by the Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC) is a collection of the best papers from a 4-year European project that has considered colour from the perspective of both the arts and sciences. The notion of art and science and the crossovers between the two resulted in application and funding for cross disciplinary research to host a series of training events between 2006 and 2010 Marie Curie Conferences & Training Courses (SCF) Call Identifier: FP6-Mobility-4, Euros 532,363.80 CREATE – Colour Research for European Advanced Technology Employment. The research crossovers between the fields of art, science and technology was also a subject that was initiated through Bristol’s Festival if Ideas events in May 2009. The author coordinated and chaired an event during which the C.P Snow lecture “On Two Cultures’ (1959) was re-presented by Actor Simon Cook and then a lecture made by Raymond Tallis on the notion of the Polymath. The CREATE project has a worldwide impact for researchers, academics and scientists. Between January and October 2009, the site has received 221, 414 visits. The most popular route into the site is via the welcome page. The main groups of visitors originate in the UK (including Northern Ireland), Italy, France, Finland, Norway, Hungary, USA, Finland and Spain. A basic percentage breakdown of the traffic over ten months indicates: USA -15%; UK - 16%; Italy - 13%; France -12%; Hungary - 10%; Spain - 6%; Finland - 9%; Norway - 5%. The remaining approximate 14% of visitors are from other countries including Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany (approx 3%). A discussion group has been initiated by the author as part of the CREATE project to facilitate an ongoing dialogue between artists and scientists. http://createcolour.ning.com/group/artandscience www.create.uwe.ac.uk. Related papers to this research: A report on the CREATE Italian event: Colour in cultural heritage. C. Parraman, A. Rizzi, ‘Developing the CREATE network in Europe’, in Colour in Art, Design and Nature, Edinburgh, 24 October 2008. C. Parraman, “Mixing and describing colour”. CREATE (Training event 1), France, 2008.

Item Type:Book
Additional Information:Carinna Parraman has co-authored the introduction (page 6) with Alessandro Rizzi. She has also co-authored a report on the Colour Mondrian Project (page 129).
Uncontrolled Keywords:colour, art, science
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education
ID Code:11861
Deposited By: J. Montgomery
Deposited On:13 Dec 2010 16:35
Last Modified:09 Jun 2014 04:42

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