This proposal seeks funding to enhance a pre-existing Color Theory course, through the inclusion of interdisciplinary and digital methodologies and global perspectives. I plan to enroll in the 'Interdisciplinary Studies: Digital Tools for Artists' course at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. My experience in this course will facilitate my introduction of a digital component and interdisciplinary digital artists into the Color Theory course. Because color is determined in part by its cultural context, the course will also expand to be more global in nature. Hence, I plan to view two international, interdisciplinary exhibitions; the retrospective of Carlos Cruz-Diez, and the 55th Venice Biennale, and to attend an international conference that focuses on color in technology and the sciences. Through visiting these exhibitions and the conference, I will expand the Color Theory course to better reflect and incorporate the liberal arts backgrounds of my students, specifically in reference to the way color is used in language, literature, dance, theatre, film, and the sciences. This marks a departure from my field of expertise in painting. My experience in these disciplines, and with digital technologies in general, and color theory from a non-Western perspective is largely non-existent.