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INTERDISCIPLINARY COLOUR ASSOCIATION BELGIUM

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The Interdisciplinary Colour Association Belgium (ICA-Belgium), founded in 2016, provides a platform to encourage interdisciplinary colour research and disseminates knowledge and studies in order to contribute to the development and challenges in the field of science, art, design and industry in relation to colour. She does this by organizing seminars, lectures, courses, forums, study groups and other. ICA-Belgium also seeks close cooperation with existing national and international organizations. At the AIC Congress 2017 in JeJu Island, South-Korea, ICA-Belgium became the 28th member of the AIC.

ICA-Belgium’s Sunday morning Online Colour Talk with Inez Michiels 28/11/2021

ICA-Belgium's sunday morning Online Colour Talk with Inez Michiels 28/11/2021

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Colour Made Simple Discount offer!

Colour Made Simple Discount offer!

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ICA-Belgium’s sunday morning Online Colour Talk with Nick Harkness 17/10/2021

ICA-Belgium's sunday morning Online Colour Talk with Nick Harkness 17/10/2021.

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ICA-Belgium meets the artist Philippe Leblanc 10/10/2021

ICA-Belgium meets the artist Philippe Leblanc 10/10/2021

ICA-Belgium’s sunday morning Online Colour Talk with Liz West 23/05/2021

ICA-Belgium's sunday morning Online Colour Talk with Liz West 23/05/2021

ICA-Belgium’s sunday morning Colour Online Talk with Robert Hirschler 25/04/2021

ICA-Belgium's sunday morning online Colour Talk with Robert Hirschler 25/04/2021

INTRODUCING THE AIC NEWSLETTER

INTRODUCING THE AIC NEWSLETTER

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International Colour Day 2021 – ICA Belgium

ICA-Belgium invites you to join the ICD festive virtual gathering with Maria João Durão who proposed the idea of an international colour day in 2009. María Boto & Heleen Sintobin will join us with a talk about Ecology of Color. We will close the... Continue Reading →

Light On Painting 2020

Study days 18 en 19 November 2020 La Cambre ENSAV Ter Kameren / KIK-IRPA, Brussel The first day addresses light and colour in contemporary visual arts and in scientific research, in search of building bridges between these disciplines. The second... Continue Reading →

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