Lois Swirnoff  Professor Emeritus Brookline, Massachusetts

Lois Swirnoff
Professor Emeritus
Brookline, Massachusetts

Lois Swirnoff

Known for her creativity, Prof. Lois Swirnoff's work on color is recognized internationally. Following graduation from The Cooper Union School of Art in NY, Josef Albers admitted her to his graduate program at Yale where she received her BFA and MFA Summa Cum Laude. She taught color courses at a number of universities including Harvard, Wellesley, University of California and Cooper Union.  A Fulbright fellow in Italy, she designed large scale installations of color as light.  She is the author of Dimensional Color, a book on color and form and The Color of Cities: An International Perspective.
 

Tuesday, June 12 - AM Breakout Session Workshop
Color is Magic: Albers' Exercises 

A workshop session inspired by Josef Albers' seminal text Color Interactions. Participants will explore the appearance of color in contexts and by juxtaposition using the material of ColorAid papers.


Friday, June 15 - Breakout Session Workshop
Extending Color Interactions with Form & Space

This workshop session will explore how color as a dimension influences volumes, spaces, and visual constellations.