Workshops

As part of this postgraduate programme, students are expected to attend all seminars and workshops. Workshops may be on a variety of subjects related to the course. For example, these may include life drawing, life classes with surface anatomy, anatomy instruction, 3D facial anatomy modelling, 3D computer graphics and computer tuition. Workshops may be held in the UK or Europe, linking with other educational organisations, for example ARS and BIOMAB.

Up coming workshops…

Spring 2017 – Facial Reconstruction with Richard Neaves. Date to be confirmed

May 2017 – BIOMAB dissection Drawing day. Date to be confirmed

Summer 2017 – 3D model making workshop with Clare Rangley and Catherine Sulzmann. Date to be confirmed

Autumn 2017 – Animation workshop with Catherine Sulzmann. Date to be confirmed

 

Previous workshops

Anatomical sculpting workshop with Pascale Pollier (14th – 15th October 2016)

Don’t miss this exclusive chance to take part in the workshop anatomical sculpting at the Gordon Museum, London, the pathological collection at this museum is not usually open to the general public. so no photography allowed.
The workshop will cover sculpting the muscles of facial expression in wax onto a skull model .
No previous experience is necessary of either sculpting or anatomy, as full tuition and guidance will be given by Medical Artist Pascale Pollier. Pascale is a member of the MAA ( Medical Artists Association of GB) and is president of the AEIMS European Medical Artists Association ) she has over 20 years of experience as a professional medical artist.
The price per person per day is 60 GBP the workshop will start at 10:00 am and will finish at 17:00 pm
All materials will be provided. for further information and registration http://www.artem-medicalis.com/events.html

Facial Reconstruction with Richard Neaves. (more info to come…)

 

BIOMAB-ARSIC Dissection Drawing Day (16th September 2016)

Held in Antwerp, Belgium as part of the 10th Antwerp Medical Students’ Congress SURGERY: ON THE CUTTING EDGE, 14-18 Sep 2016.

 
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