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    • 28 Nov 2019
    • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    • Conference Call

    The 2019 AGM of the Colour Society of Australia will be held by Conference Call with the following details: 

    Date: Thursday, 28 November 2019

    Time: 4 pm

    Phone number: 03 9028 0260  

    Participant Access: Code 614623#

    CSA AGM 2019 Agenda.pdf

    CSA AGM Proxy doc 2019.pdf

    CSA Form Nominations AGM 2019.pdf

    CSA Minutes of 2018 AGM Sept 7 2018.pdf

    If you have any queries about the national AGM, please get in touch with the CSA National Secretary via the email address csa.nec.sec@gmail.com.


    The details for the 2019 AGM of the CSA NSW Division are:

    Date: Thursday, 28 November 2019

    Time: 5 pm (one hour after the national AGM)

    The meeting will be electronic - these are the Conference Call details: 

    Phone number: 03 9028 0260

    Participant Access: Code 614623#

    NSW AGM 2019 Agenda and Nomination.pdf

    NSW AGM 2019 Proxy.pdf

    If you have any queries about the NSW AGM, please get in touch with the NSW Divisional Chair via the email address  csa.nsw.chair@gmail.com.


    • 4 Dec 2019
    • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Balkan Seafood Restaurant, 249 Crown St, Surry Hills
    • 39
    Register

    Join us for a colourful evening where ABC Radio presenter and journalist Bryce Corbett will hold an “in conversation” with author Karen Haller about her new best seller The Little Book of Colour, followed optionally by a three-course banquet dinner at 8.00 pm, at the Balkan Seafood Restaurant in Surry Hills. Copies of The Little Book of Colour can be purchased from Karen before and after the talk at a special price on the night, and there will be a book signing after the talk and during the meal.

    "At its absolute essence The Little Book of Colour is helping people how to use colour to live authentic, joyful and natural lives – how to use colour to express the essence of who you are and how to live from the inside out in your own unique style. Through the psychology of colour, I’m showing you how to do this – to shine more brightly, to express essence of yourself, using the power to transform your Life. This book was written for everyone who loves colour, wants to fall back in love with colour again and who really wants to understand how powerful a tool it is".
                                                                                -  Karen Haller
     https://colourcollectiveuk.com/2019/09/30/an-interview-with-karen-haller/

    Karen Haller is an applied colour psychology consultant, specialising in business brand colour, interiors, healthcare and wellbeing. Born in Sydney and resident in the UK, Karen consults, trains and heads colour campaigns for prestigious global brands such as Farrow & Ball, Dove, Fiat, BASF in the US and Ascot Races. She appears frequently in the UK in magazines, newspapers, radio and TV and contributed a chapter on Colour in Interiors to Colour Design: Theories and Applications (Elsevier 2017). Her first book The Little Book of Colour (Penguin Life, 2019) is an Amazon.co.uk #1 best seller in the area of Interior Painting & Wallpapering. Karen is a British Interior Institute of Design (BIID) Industry Partner and CPD Provider, a former trustee and committee member of the Colour Group of Great Britain and is on the advisory board of the charity Color Cares. She has been an Associate Member of the Colour Society of Australia for many years.

    RSVP Monday December 2.

    "At its absolute essence The Little Book of Colour is helping people how to use colour to live authentic, joyful and natural lives – how to use colour to express the essence of who you are and how to live from the inside out in your own unique style. Through the psychology of colour, I’m showing you how to do this – to shine more brightly, to express essence of yourself, using the power to transform your Life. This book was written for everyone who loves colour, wants to fall back in love with colour again and who really wants to understand how powerful a tool it is".
    • 6 Oct 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 9 Oct 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • Popes’ Palace, Avignon, France


    Theme: NATURAL COLOURS - DIGITAL COLOURS

    Website: https://aic2020.org/en/symposium/

    IMPORTANT DATES

    1st CALL FOR ABSTRACTS – article or poster

    October 7th 2019

    2nd CALL

    January 6th 2020

    DEADLINE FOR SENDING ABSTRACTS

    April 6th 2020

    NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE

    June 6th 2020

    DEADLINE FOR SENDING FINAL VERSION

    August 21th 2020

    ABSTRACTS AVAILABLE ONLINE

    August 31th 2020


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