its officers and its affiliations

The Colour Group (Great Britain), founded in 1940, is an interdisciplinary society that draws together people interested in all aspects of colour - its perception, measurement, reproduction and artistic expression. Monthly meetings are held, mostly in London, usually from October to May and provide a unique forum for the exchange of information and contacts. Our current programme is available on this site but to find out more about the Group's activities, you should become a member of the Group, and receive our Newsletter. This carries notices of meetings, reports of papers given at meetings, as well as news of other developments in the world of colour. The Committee welcomes new applications for membership . The annual subscription is £20.00 pounds sterling.

Although we welcome members from other countries, if you do not live in Great Britain you might find it useful to join the corresponding group in your own country. The Colour Group is a member of the AIC (International Association of Colour), and you may find the address of an organisation nearer home.

The Group has no permanent headquarters or staff and is entirely a voluntary (non-commercial) organization. It is a Registered Charity (No. 1047548) and a registered Company (No. 707804 England).

To contact the Group's officers, we suggest you use the email address given below.
You can read our Articles of Association and Memorandum on this site

Current Honorary Officers and Committee Members

Chairman Elza Tantcheva-Burdge
Vice-Chairman Carinna Parraman
Secretary Jenny Bosten
Treasurer Vien Cheung
Membership Secretary Caterina Ripamonti
Public Communications Officer Peter Rhodes
Awards Officer Marina Bloj
Committee Member Gordon Plant
Committee Member Arnold Wilkins
Committee Member John Mellerio (webmaster)
Committee Member John Barbur
Committee Member Valérie Bonnardel
Committee Member Jessie Russell-Donn (student rep)
Co-opted Member Marisa Rodriguez-Carmona (City University Rep)


AIC logoThe Colour Group enjoys relations with many other organisations - there are links to these on our Web Links Page - but our major international link is with the International Colour Association (Internationale Vereinigung für die Farbe or Association Internationale de la Couleur) know universally as the AIC. See last report from the AICNewsletter concerning the Group.

DATE 15 September 2016