Glasgow Colour Studies Group
Glasgow Colour Studies Group provides a multidisciplinary forum for people interested in any aspect of the study of colour. Membership is principally drawn from universities, colleges, museums and art galleries in the Glasgow area. Meetings with a variety of speakers and formats are held approximately four times a year, followed by socializing. Click for a short history of the Group and the PICS conferences, written by Carole Biggam.
Informal contact is maintained by an email discussion group, firstname.lastname@example.org. Its JISCmail web page is at https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A0=COLOURSTUDIES
All meetings are held in Room 1 in the English Language building, University of Glasgow, 12 University Gardens. Members are welcome to arrive from 4.45 p.m. when refreshments are available. The meetings begin at 5.10 p.m. and usually last for about an hour.
- David Simmons (Psychology)
- Wendy Anderson (English Language)
- Carole Hough (English Language)
- Rachael Hamilton (English Language)
Progress in Colour Studies
The Glasgow Colour Studies Group organised the first three Progress in Colour Studies Conferences.
- PICS12 information; photographs
- PICS08 information and flyer for volume of proceedings New Directions in Colour Studies
- PICS04 information
The Semantics of Colour: A Historical Approach by C.P. Biggam (Cambridge University Press, 2012).