Over the last six weeks, we have presented you with a great deal of information about color, its science, its impact, its use, and its context. This is an opportunity to integrate what you have learned and share it with other participants.
For the final week, our gallery represents the full rainbow of color we have studied. Enjoy and become inspired!
Join us on Tuesday and Thursday this week for a live video conversation (scroll down for connection details) about all you have learned over the last seven weeks. In each, participants will be talking about their experiences in the seminar and their take-aways. Please choose the best time for you. Missed a unit? Scroll down to view links to all the previous units of SAQA Seminar.
Luana Rubin, co-owner of eQuilter.com, explains how the Color Marketing Group operates and how forecasting predicts color changes in all aspects of your life: clothes, cars, hotels, appliances, and more.
SAQA Critique session with Jane Dunnewold. Jane critiques three artists' work and talks about color, value, and intensity.
CINIFIX List of the 10 Best Uses of Color [in film] of All Time. Fascinating video on how movie makers/cinematographers use color in films, either through technology or through meticulous planning for effect.
Futur Academy: Greg Gunn presents a couple of videos that show how to create a palette in Photoshop using one starting color (video 1) and then how to use those palettes in web design (video 2). Granted, these are aimed at graphic artists, but with so many of us using Photoshop and other computer based programs, what fun to learn new ways to play!
Join one of our live discussions to talk about all you have learned over the last seven weeks. In each, participants will be talking about their experiences in the seminar and their take-aways. Please choose the best time for you.
What you have learned?
What are the take-aways with respect to your art?
Has this impacted your approach to the use of color?
How do you expect to apply the information?
Note that Live Chats will not be recorded as they are just casual conversations and sharing among participants in smaller breakout rooms.
LIVE CHAT SCHEDULE
Friday, January 29: 4pm – 5pm EST (GMT -5)
Friday, February 5: 4pm – 5pm EST (GMT -5)
Friday, February 12: 4pm – 5pm EST (GMT -5)
Friday, February 19: 12pm – 1pm EST (GMT -5)
Friday, February 26: 4pm – 5pm EST (GMT -5)
Friday, March 5: 4pm – 5pm EST (GMT -5)
Tuesday, March 9: 4pm – 5pm EST (GMT -5)
Thursday, March 11: 1pm – 2pm EST (GMT -5)
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