The Ethics of Color


Color isn’t normally an issue in the Northwest Corner, unless it’s a year when the fall foliage doesn’t measure up. But a summer lecture series in Norfolk, “The Ethics of Color,” puts the issue front and center—color in its relation to aesthetic theory, to human rights, to environmental degradation.

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