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…
Carbon Dust workshop. At the Gordon Museum, London. Taught by Jo Cameron- Monday 2nd December – POSTPONED DUE TO TRAIN STRIKES – DATE TO BE CONFIRMED IN NEW YEAR.
Tuesday 5th November
Anatomical specimens, working in ink. At the Gordon Museum, London. Taught by Jo Cameron
Monday 23rd September
Carbon dust technique at Bolton Hospital taught by Jo Cameron
Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th October
Scientific illustration – – An introduction to scientific and anatomical illustration within the life sciences, natural history room at the Gordon Museum. Taught by Jo Cameron
22nd July 2019 – 3D animation in Blender
17th June 2019 – 2D Animation
20th May 2019 – After effects and cinematography
15th March 2019 – Website design
15th February 2019 – Hand Anatomy workshop
18th January 2019 – Carbon Dust with Jo Cameron
13th July 2018 – Baby head sculpting with Pascale
14th May 2018- Hip reconstruction workshop with Catherine Sulzmann
30th July 2018- Knee reconstruction workshop with Catherine Sulzmann
Yoga Life Drawing at the 69th Annual MAA Conference in Bath
Shoulder anatomy Reconstruction
12th February 2018- with Catherine Sulzmann
Foot anatomy Reconstruction
21st November 2017- with Catherine Sulzmann
Hand and Forearm anatomy Reconstruction
19th June 2017- with Catherine Sulzmann
Merlin Strangeway (MAET student) produced this amazing scrib from the event:
A very successful two days workshop with Richard Neave held on 27th March and 3rd of April, reconstructing the face by building the musculature from the skull out. Eight student attended from all sorts of different backgrounds. Below is a gallery from the day.
Anatomical sculpting workshop
BIOMAB-ARSIC Dissection Drawing Day
Held in Antwerp, Belgium as part of the 10th Antwerp Medical Students’ Congress SURGERY: ON THE CUTTING EDGE, 14-18th Sep 2016.