It involves interpretations, cultural dimensions, conceptual and very broad industrial approaches, which may diverge according to the times and places… but colour can be measured, classified, exchanged, shared, replicated, modeled or formulated, and still remains, enchanting and delightful.
What complexity! So many approaches make colour an ever-changing field of research and studies. Present in our daily lives across the globe, our life without it and without light would be difficult.
The Centre Français de la Couleur, opened to all disciplines, encourages the exchange of knowledge and skills even beyond our territory… It is a “living” association, opened to all regardless of their colour.
The “Popes’ City”
The whole city and its monuments offer an exceptional testimony of arts, knowledge and knowhow of the christian Middle Age (painting, architecture, sculpture). That monumental set and the Saint-Bénézet Bridge (“The Pont d’Avignon”) are registered as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The symposium will be held in the emblematic places of that great medieval history of the Popes’ Palace: Conclave Room, Bakery Room, Benoît XIIth Cellar, Guards Room and the Great Audience Hall.