Author Archives: IASAS Secretary

Introducing Romke Rouw, IASAS Science Director

The International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists, and Scientists is honored to welcome Romke Rouw, PhD into the role of Science Director. Dr. Rouw is a professor at the University of Amsterdam, where she serves as a faculty member in the Brain and Cognition group in the Psychology department. She currently teaches graduate and undergraduate courses, […]

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ASJ Call for Papers

Fundación Internacional Artecittá has announced its peer-reviewed open access publication ASJ: Artecittá Synesthesia Journal. Issue No. 1 will focus on color, with abstracts due March 6th, 2017. The Journal publishes four types of contributions:
 1. Theoretical essays (min 17,000 max 25,000 characters)
 2. Educational experience (min 17,000 max 25,000 characters)
 3. Collections of images, accompanied […]

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Join Us!

After several months of discussions, planning, establishing an international board, and developing a nonprofit structure, The International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists, and Scientists (IASAS) is accepting members. We are excited to be the first global organization focused on collaboration among synaesthetes, (people who have synaesthesia), the artists who create from synaesthetic perceptions, and the scientists […]

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Moving forward….

The IASAS is moving forward with our plans to become a federally recognized 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation. We held our first quorum board meeting on Friday August 19th 2016, and are now just a few step away from bringing members into the International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists, and Scientists.  If you’d like to be informed when […]

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Welcome!

The International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists, and Scientists welcomes you to its official website. Although there will likely be revisions over the coming weeks, on behalf of IASAS, I’d like to encourage you to look around and learn more about our nascent organization, its board of directors, and community.  

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