Seminar Series

IACC Education

2017 Seminar Dates

Seminar 3: Color in the Architectural Space

October 19-21, 2017

San Diego, CA

Seminar 4: Biological Effects of Light on Human Beings

October 22-25, 2017

San Diego, CA

2018 Seminar Dates:

Seminar 1: Color, Environment and Human Reaction

March 8-10     West Coast TBD

Seminar 2: Color Theory and Color Harmony

March 11-14   West Coast TBD

Seminar 1: Color, Environment and Human Reaction

May 10-12       Burlington, VT

Seminar 2: Color Theory and Color Harmony

May 13-16       Burlington, VT

Seminar 3: Color in the Architectural Space

August 2-4      Burlington, VT

Seminar 4: Biological Effects of Light on Human Beings

August 5-8      Burlington, VT

Seminar 3: Color in the Architectural Space

October 4-6     West Coast TBD

Seminar 4: Biological Effects of Light on Human Beings

October 7-10   West Coast TBD

Seminar Descriptions

IACC Seminar 1

Color, Environment and Human Reaction
Introduction: Color as a sensory perception
What is color from the psychological standpoint?
Methods of analyzing the architectural environment
Psycho-physiological effects (including neuro-psychological aspects) Effects of major hues on human
Psychological effects of color
The role of visual ergonomics and psychology of perception
Lecturers: Art Bemis and Jason Bemis

IACC Seminar 2

Phenomenon Color

Color Theory – Color Harmony – Color in Communication
Eusemann hexagon
Principles of color theory
Color Harmony
Color systems
Color’s role in marketing
Levels of communication with color
Expression of simple lines and forms
Synesthesia
Lecturer: Art Bemis and Jason Bemis

 IACC Seminar 3

Color in the Architectural Space
Correct and sensible color design for:
Medical and psychiatric facilities
Offices
Educational facilities
Industrial and manufacturing plants
Old age facilities
Restaurants
Residential
Townscape (color on exteriors)
Lecturers: Art Bemis and Jason Bemis

Rendering & Presentation Techniques for Professionals
This lecture, especially designed for the IACC-North America, covers using color rendering mediums, as well as drawing, perspective, and presentation tips to effectively illustrate the intent and mood of your project. Understanding how to mix mediums, as well as how to use hand illustration techniques on photo, or software illustrations to achieve realistic hues, textures, and spatial volume is critical for avoiding flat, off-hue presentation. The lecture focus in on interior spaces, but the concepts and techniques are equally applicable to the presentation of exteriors.

Lecturer: Ingrid Trott

IACC Seminar 4

Biological Effects of Light /Color Psychology in Depth
Chronobiology
Ultraviolet Radiation (the controversy)
Artificial Light versus Natural Light
Color Psychology in Depth
Color Psychology Probing the Psyche
Color in Psychotherapy
Lecturer: Art Bemis and Jason Bemis

Seminar Contact Info

For further seminar information and a registration packet please contact:
Lindsay Thivierge. IACC/AICCE Administrator
American Information Center for Color and Environment
101 Center Street, Rutland, Vermont 05701

info@aicceacademy.com

For telephone inquiries in North America:
American Information Center for Color and Environment
101 Center Street, Rutland, Vermont 05701
Attn. Art Bemis
Tel: 802 774 1016
Mobile: 802 342 3304