The Inter-Society Color Council
The ISCC was created in 1931 to advance the understanding and application of visual color as it relates to science, art and industry. Each of these fields enriches the others, furthering the overall objective of the organization - color education for professionals and for the public-at-large.
The ISCC is the principal professional society in the field of color in the United States. Other national organizations with an interest in color are Member-Bodies of the Council; additionally, individuals can join when unaffiliated with any particular organization. Individual members are the largest single group.
The Inter-Societiy Color Council is the US representative organization to the International Color Association (AIC).
Information about ISCC is available on the ISCC website.
The International Colour Association
The AIC foundation occurred on 21 June 1967 in Washington DC, USA, during the 16th Session of the Commission Internationale de l’Éclairage (CIE).
The regular members of the AIC are color associations representing different countries or regions of the world. In addition, the AIC has individual members and associate members - international societies related to color.
The aims of AIC are to encourage research in all aspects of color, to disseminate the knowledge gained from this research, and to promote its application to the solution of problems in the fields of science, art, design and industry on an international basis.
Information about AIC is available on the AIC website.
AIC Interim Meeting 2018
The next interim meeting of the AIC will be held in Lisbon, Portugal from September 24th to 29th, 2018.
The conference theme of Colour and Human Comfort aims to relate the human being with comfort through the transdisciplinary knowledge of Colour.