Maggie Maggio is an architect, artist and art educator who has studied and worked with color for over forty years. Her personal explorations into the science of light and pigments led to the creation of workshops for artists and designers who want to incorporate the latest research in color science into their creative practice. Maggie retired from architecture in 2015 and now spends her time guiding explorations into the multi-disciplinary world of color and advocating for the integration of art and science in color education programs world-wide.
As a member of the Board of Directors of the Inter-Society Color Council (ISCC) and co-chair of the International Color Association Study Group on Color Education, Maggie focuses on bridging the art, science, and industry of color and promoting color literacy in the 21st century.
Maggie lives in Portland, Oregon which she considers one of the most colorful cities in the world.