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RSVP: Forbes Pigment Collection - Shared screen with speaker view
Megan Kelley
23:55
This is delightful and I love it
fiona coleman
24:20
Love that theme tune!
Michelle Gannes
25:09
best way to start a new day......dancing and singing
Kippian Inglis
01:07:30
Amazing!
Tania Skevos
01:07:30
Amazing!
Eloise Twilight
01:07:34
Fabulous! Wonderful and so informational!
notes on colour
01:07:35
What do the small stars on the bottles notate?
Dawni Gladish
01:07:42
klein blue? in use today?
Danielle Clearwater
01:07:47
fantastic presentation, thank you!
Christine Petty
01:07:47
Thank you. Excellent
Lizz Aston
01:07:47
Thank you soooo much! I was wondering if you had any advice on what to study for how to get into this type of work?
Ginnie Hebert
01:07:49
what percentage of these colors are no longer available
Sal Alamillo
01:07:54
so cool to know Porfirrio has contributed pigment and material to that collection!!
Elaine Hamblin
01:07:58
Thank You for this history!
Debbie Bamford
01:07:59
Hi there, thanks for a fascinating talk. Do you use the Colour Index to classify your colours at all?
Nancy Nordquist
01:08:01
What a great presentation! Thank you.
Lyn Hart
01:08:05
Is any part of the Forbes Collection available to view online?
Judy Lepthien
01:08:11
very informative. Thanks for sharing it.
Betty Eilat
01:08:16
thank you so much!
Lesley Ham
01:08:18
Did you analyze the Pollack from the film about his painting?
Melanie McClintock
01:08:22
Amazing work! Thank you. What has been your favorite color to date and why?
Ildiko Polyak
01:08:24
Awesome. Thanks.
Jan Hayman
01:08:26
Curious as to what kind of bark the senior Australian artist was painting on, if you recall.
barbara putnam
01:08:32
What was the typical vehicle used with the pigments? Walnut oil? Egg yolk for Europe, but how about in the Middle East or other areas?
Megan Kelley
01:08:48
Are there concerns that the release of the atlas of Aborigine ochres might lead to pigment theft/poaching or damage of sacred sites, or is the hope that this will help protect these spaces?
Susan Owens
01:08:53
I'm surprised at the amount of light in that room! Is the light source filtered in some way to be safe for the pigments or is that not a concern for pigments in that state.
Hannah Hirsekorn
01:08:53
do you have any colors that are made from rusts?
Marley Crutcher
01:08:55
I was just watching Porfirio over on the Selvedge World Fair this morning!
Regina Moss
01:09:22
Thank you so much. Amazing
Micca Hecht
01:09:31
Does the Forbes Collection study Bacterial Pigments?
Marley Crutcher
01:09:38
Thanks so much!
Colleen Kelly
01:09:45
Wow! I cannot wait until the museum re-opens. I especialy love the malachite colors AND the story of Indian Yellow (derived from dried urine from cows fed solely on mango leaves.) Thanks, all, so interesting!
Anne Aycock
01:09:45
is the collection of pigments in use by artists and or conservators?
Diane Becker
01:10:07
so wonderful... I visited some years ago with a colleague from the Wiess Institute. beautiful presentation
Shin Wang
01:10:16
Amazing information, really opens my eyes. Thank you!
Lesley Ham
01:10:35
Do you often get asked to identify forgeries?
Desiree Bell
01:10:54
So interesting....Thank you!
Katie Smith
01:10:57
You showed a picture of orpiment that had faded. How do you mitigate light damage on these pigments? Especially when they surrounded by glass?
Renee Robin
01:11:00
What indigo resources does the COllection have
Savia Mahajan
01:11:13
How does an artist approach you to contribute to your collection, if he or she is experimenting with some new medium or natural pigment.
k schneider
01:11:57
Excellent presentation thank you
Renee Robin
01:13:22
What type of work with growers does the program do?
Loretta James
01:13:55
Are you familiar with the work of John Sabraw, collecting runoff ?
Micca Hecht
01:14:00
Natsaia Audrey?
Micca Hecht
01:14:07
wow
Megan Kelley
01:14:10
Thank you Narayan for that answer!
Deanna Wilkes-Gibbs
01:14:25
There is growing interest in questions of cultural appropriation in craft. How has thinking about these kinds of questions evolved in the world of pigments? (And thanks so much for the presentation.)
Cynthia Berman
01:14:26
I thought I saw something about ochre being radioactive. Could you speak a bit more about that?
Cynthia Berman
01:14:49
Terrific presentation. Thank you!
Savia Mahajan
01:15:35
is the MIT an organic black colour or an inorganic black what is being used for currently?
Tilke Elkins
01:16:24
Is the Forbes collection interested in regional-specific contributions from ochre foragers, or small-batch lakes made by individual artists?
Renee Robin
01:16:31
Can you ask about indigo research and ork with dye growing experimentsWere they involved in Aztec Blue research
Micca Hecht
01:16:34
^ I think the blackest black it is based on carbon nanotubes (organic) but correct me if im wrong
Zoe Blackwell
01:16:55
Vantablack is made from carbon nanotubes, yes.
Micca Hecht
01:17:07
Thanks!
Belinda Bowling
01:17:10
Q: Fascinating. What’s next? Generally, what are a couple additional large collaborations the Collection might take on next?
Robin Hamlin
01:17:26
How were mineral pigments made into dyes for the Kvadrat fabrics?
Jan Hayman
01:18:13
Such an amazing collection and body of work that you and your colleagues undertake. Thanks so much for this overview!
Jan Hayman
01:18:41
Clay is a particle size. Sand and silt are other sizes
Gage Evans
01:19:11
Seeing the paintings in the collection and relating them to the collection was amazing and eye-opening.
Georganne Alex
01:20:07
Thank you very much. Fascinating presentation!
Katie Smith
01:20:31
This was lovely thanks everyone!
Rosa Chang
01:20:36
thank you for your amazing presentation πŸ™πŸΌ
Louise Northern California
01:20:52
Fascinating new info. Thanks. Louise in mendocino
Pamela Burgess
01:20:59
Wonderful lecture! Thanks!
Loretta James
01:21:01
Great and informative presentation
Annette McPhail
01:21:08
Thank you, this was excellent!
Jo Dean Tipton
01:21:17
This was so interesting!
Mar’yana Svarnyk
01:21:19
β€œPolish” cochineal do you have it, is it available elsewhere?
Stephanie Stimmler
01:21:20
Thank you Narayan! Inspiring :)
Linda Magdalena Jonsson
01:21:23
Inspirational! THANK YOU
rachel stewart
01:21:24
thank you, so informative and facinating!
Kristin Freeman
01:21:27
Fantastic, informative conversation. Thank you Narayan
czarina den ouden lobo
01:21:27
THANK YOU SO MUCH Narayan!
Kiyomi Yatsuhashi
01:21:27
Wonderful presentation and discussion! Thank you!
Rosa Chang
01:21:33
I would like to know if Forb collection accept pigment donations
Lisa Portwood
01:21:35
Thank you so much! Super informational!
Jill Unferth
01:21:35
This was an excellent presentation! Thank you.
Sarah Loudon
01:21:40
incredible!
Savia Mahajan
01:21:50
Fantastic presentation thank you so much !
Mary Marlet
01:22:02
Thank you! So amazing the world of color and it’s orgins.
Rosa Chang
01:22:24
thank you Kathy and Amy πŸ™πŸΌπŸ™πŸΌπŸ™πŸΌπŸ™πŸΌπŸ™πŸΌπŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™
Regina Moss
01:22:40
did you find a common thread amongst all the artists that there is reference and spiritual moment that they honor a higher spirit when they create? thank you
Colleen Kelly
01:22:47
Love Natalie!
Sarah Pringle
01:22:59
Wonderful! Thank you so much for the opportunity to learn about this collection!
Regina Moss
01:23:03
thank you Kathy and Amy πŸ₯°
Aleksandra Azbel
01:23:15
Phenomenal presentation, thank you so much
barbara putnam
01:23:37
Thank you such a wonderful access point.
Erica Iseminger
01:23:40
Always wonderful, Thanks
Micca Hecht
01:23:44
Thanks Again!
Rachel Barclay
01:23:48
thank you!
Megan Kelley
01:23:49
Thank you so much for this! It was wonderfu;