IFDA, NYIGF to Present Color Seminar

NEW YORK-The International Furnishings & Design Association and the New York International Gift Fair will offer a seminar on color theory and its practical applications at the upcoming Gift Fair.

Titled "Color: From Theory to Selection," the session will present three color experts and their views on the role of color in design. Eve Ashcraft, professional colorist and author of "The Right Color," will speak on color selection and its impact on surroundings. Linda Holtzschue, interior designer and author of "Understanding Color: An Introduction for Designers," will discuss the experience of color and how light can affect it. Shayna Kulik, brand strategist and founder of pattern pulp, will talk about color in the digital sphere and its influence on product an design.

The seminar will take place on Aug. 15 from 8:30-9:30 a.m. in room 1A02-03 of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

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