27 July 2013
11am - 4pm
Led by artist Sarah Simblet and anatomist Susan Standring, this workshop will investigate the intricate structure of the human skeleton through drawing. Including practical instruction in techniques and an opportunity to be inspired by the Hunterian Museum’s vast anatomical collection; the workshop will also explore whether this way of looking at the body can not only complement scientific knowledge but also improve it. Can drawing be used to look at, make sense of, memorize and explain to others the principal anatomical structures of the human body? Suitable for beginners.
This workshop is part of Clod Ensemble's Performing Medicine open programme:
Tickets: £12/£8 concession price available to RCS Fellows, Members and Affiliates, Students, Senior Citizens and the registered disabled. Free places for companions accompanying disabled people. Includes all materials and refreshments in the morning and afternoon (lunch is not provided).
Booking essential on 020 7869 6568.