March 26, 2019 – Detroit Colour Council presents:
1. Future Thinking : Color
Sally Erickson Wilson is Chair of the Graduate Program in Color and Materials Design at the College for Creative Studies. She will share the program insights on the challenges of future thinking in a changing economy.
Brianna Williams a student in the Color and Materials Design MFA program will share views from her practice as a trend researcher, analyst and forecaster, presenting the results of research and ideas that consider how embedded technology and shared spaces as well as addressing the needs of all users will impact consumer’s color preferences.
2. A Color Symposium: FASHION AND ITS EVOLUTION
Kristen Dolzynski, Vice President of Concept Design, Victoria’s Secret
Kristen’s presentation will focus on the concept to creation thru the importance of color and how it starts every concept from the influences of Social, Art, & Media. Kristen is an accomplished creative designer who has had the great fortune of turning what she loves into a career. She has had repeated success in developing and managing various trends and design concepts for high profile organizations such as Gap and Victoria’s Secret. Kristen’s key to her success is through the future thinking and the ability to research and identify current and emerging trends and translate them into design initiatives with positive outcomes to the bottom line.
3. Award Ceremony
Bill Longley, Life Time Achievement in color industry and education.
Color Match Consulting, conducting color seminars and providing short term consulting.
The Detroit Colour Council encourages you to join us:
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
VisTaTech Center Schoolcraft College
18600 Haggerty Rd, Livonia, MI 48152
Registration begins at 11:30 am
Lunch at 12 noon
Meeting to immediately follow
Reservations: Register online at www.detroitcc.org
Cost (US$): $40
Membership is free at www.detroitcc.org
The Detroit Colour Council is a professional society based in the metropolitan Detroit, Michigan area, which promotes communication and education around color and design quality issues with emphasis in the automotive sector. Members represent a wide variety of professional functions including engineers, designers, salespeople, scientists, consultants, lab technicians and students.