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Saturday 6 June, 11am-5pm
Sculpting Anatomy: One-day modelling class
In this workshop sculptor Eleanor Crook will explain the gross anatomy of the head and neck by demonstrating the technique of wax modelling. The workshop will also include an introduction to historical examples from museums and actually sculpting the anatomy of the head and neck in wax. How to manipulate different textures of wax into fine anatomical structures such as tendons, veins and skin will also be covered.
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Tickets: £35/£17 concessions - available to RCS Fellows, Members and Affiliates, students, Senior Citizens and the registered disabled.
Includes all materials and refreshments in the morning and afternoon (lunch is not provided).
Free places are available for healthcare practitioners from Kings Health Partners as well as for companions accompanying disabled people.
This event is one of a series of workshops which take a look at the ways arts can be used to enhance healthcare and support healthcare professionals. The Open Programme is part of the collaboration between Clod Ensemble’s Performing Medicine project and the SAIL Centre at Guy’s and St. Thomas Hospital.