Sydney Conservatorium of Music by DJRD Architects with TKD Architects using Murobond's Murowash Paint.
Peter Tasker, director of Australian paint manufacturer Murobond, will share with us his insights into the varied interior and architectural projects that have specified Murobond paints. These projects include many landmark Australian heritage sites, the contemporary Australian Islamic Centre in Melbourne by architects Glen Murcutt and Hakan Elevli and many subtly sophisticated interior and exterior colour treatments of contemporary residential and commercial buildings. In addition to design professionals, the talk will be of value to anyone with an interest in Australian heritage sites and contemporary Australian architecture.
Peter Tasker and his brother Geoff founded Murobond paints in 1988 after travelling extensively in Europe and being inspired by the soft earthy natural paints of Provence and Tuscany. Since its inception Murobond has built on three pillars of aesthetics, technology and the environment to create beautiful interior and exterior paints that offer rich, individual finishes and textures. Murobond’s strong environmental focus minimises the environmental impact of their paints through careful product selection, product usage and waste management. Creative collaborations with contemporary stylists have culminated in the wonderful paint collections of Mr Jason Grant and The Society Inc. by Sibella Court.
Meet at 6.30 pm for a glass of wine and light snacks (included) followed by the talk at 7 pm. The Albion Centre is a short bus ride or about a ten-minute walk from Central Station and is well served by bus routes in Crown, Albion and nearby streets. Street parking only. Pre-booking essential, please book by Monday February 17th.
All welcome. Please help us to spread word of this event by printing out or sharing this pdf poster.
Many thanks to our new NSW Division Committee member Kerry O'Donnell for arranging this event!
Award winning Toumbaal Plains House on the NSW far north coast by Fergus Scott Architects using Murobond Cement Paint
Combining stripes of Murobond's Aqua Glaze Pearl Paint creates an eye-catching interior at Onshore Café, Dee Why, NSW by Divine Designers.
SHORT COURSES AND WORKSHOPS BY CSA NSW DIVISION MEMBERS:
This is a listing of colour-related courses conducted by CSA NSW Division members. If you are a current CSA member from the NSW Division and you would like to see your short course or workshop included here, please let us know!
Colour Made Simple (online)
Online training seminar, available now
With former CSA and AIC President Nick Harkness in association with Professor Stephen Westland, School of Colour Science, University of Leeds and Dr. Vien Cheung, School of Design, University of Leeds.
Colour Theory Lecture Series: Beyond “Red, Yellow, Blue” (Sydney Art School, Hornsby)
Series of three sessions starting offered each term, see website for next dates.
With CSA President and NSW Committee member Dr Jean Pretorius.
Understanding and Applying Colour (National Art School, Darlinghurst)
April 28 to June 16, 2020 (eight sessions, 6.00 – 9.00 pm)
Oil Painting with Colour and Light (National Art School, Darlinghurst)
April 27 to June 22, 2020 (10.00 am – 2.00 pm)
Colour, Light and Vision Workshop (Julian Ashton Art School, The Rocks)
Early July 2020 (Monday to Friday, 9.15 am – 3.30 pm daily)
With CSA Vice President and NSW Divisional Chair Dr David Briggs.
Effective Colour Design for Healthcare & Aged Care (Work Inc, Lavender Bay)
Monday, February 24. 2020, 6:00 — 9:00 pm
Colour Psychology Workshop (Work Inc, Lavender Bay)
Tuesday, February 25, 2020, 5:30 — 8:30 pm
With CSA Member Dr Zena O'Connor.
Various courses including Mini Course (online)
https://www.colour-training.com/free_colour_book.html (for e-book + course at special price)
With CSA Associate Member Karen Haller.
We are delighted to confirm that the 2020 National Conference of the Colour Society of Australia on September 18-20 this year will be held at the spacious and very centrally located Sydney Mechanics School of Arts at 280 Pitt Street, Sydney. A call for abstracts will be issued in the next few days.
The Color Impact 2020 conference is a collaboration between the Inter-Society Color Council (ISCC) and the International Association of Color Consultants - North America (IACC-NA), at Yale University from June 7-9, 2020. https://www.colorimpact2020.com/
The AIC 2020 Interim Meeting in Avignon. France, will be held on October 6-9. For details see https://aic2020.org/.
Pigment Lab at 80 Enmore Road in Newtown offers Colour Society of Australia members a 10% discount on their range of fine art, design and illustration supplies including hand chosen hard-to-find brands of oil and acrylic paints. Just let manager Edward Gee know that you are a Colour Society Member. https://pigmentlab.com.au/