Colour Society Of Australia


CSA NSW event: Leonardo da Vinci on Colour, Light and Vision with Dr David Briggs

  • 29 May 2019
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Albion Centre, Ground Floor, 349 Crown Street (entry corner of Albion and Crown Streets), Surry Hills


Registration is closed
Leonardo da Vinci's copious notes on coloured illumination, specular reflection, shading and shadows, atmospheric perspective and visual phenomena remain foundation documents in the applied science of depicting visual appearance. To mark the 500th anniversary of Leonardo's death this month, Dr David Briggs will give an illustrated account of the many phenomena sketched and described by Leonardo that must still be understood by those artists and illustrators whose efforts involve the evocation of visual appearance.

Also, please save the dates for our upcoming presentations on Tuesday June 25th by American lighting designer Christopher Moulder ( and on Tuesday July 16th by gemmologist Jan Vlazny on colour in gemstones.

New members can join the Colour Society of Australia now and get an extra month and a half free for the cost of your annual membership. Just apply the promo code ICD2019 at the checkout and you’ll be paid up until the end of June 2020.

Ticket includes light refreshments.
Pre-booking essential.
RSVP Tues July 2nd.

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