Workshop 2nd July

On a very warm afternoon specialists in medical museum conservation, specimen preparation, Assistant Pathology Technicians and medical museum curators travelled from near and far to participate in the first ‘Drawing Parallels: artistic encounters with pathology’ workshop at Barts pathology museum. During the three hour workshop they had opportunity to engage with prepared foetal and neonatal specimens in several ways with plenty of time for interesting discussions.

Thank you to everyone who participated.

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There are still places on some workshops. Please see which one seems most relevant to you and email l.lyons@qmul.ac.uk to book a place. (Please note, spaces are limited)

Which workshop to attend?

4 workshops are for medical related groups and 4 for non-medical.

All run 1:00- 4:00pm

First 4 will be run at Barts and are aimed at medical related professions & trainees:

JULY 2nd  – Medical museum people, APTs, technicians (NOW FULL)

AUGUST 6th – Midwives & trainees and paediatric nurses

SEPTEMBER 10th – Surgeons, GPs, Pathologists and related medical professionals (NEARLY FULL)

OCTOBER 1st – Medical students – any year, any medical related field NOW FULL

 

The next 4 will be run at UCL and are for non-medical related and are aimed at:

OCTOBER 4th  – Museum workers and academics in other fields NOW FULL

NOVEMBER 8th  – Others on Share academy list, med humanities, arts (NEARLY FULL)

NOVEMBER 15th – UCL & QMUL (other uni) support staff & hospital staff

DECEMBER 6th – UCL museum & Barts events list people, general museum goers (NEARLY FULL)

 

 

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About Lucy Lyons

I draw in medical museums, labs and dissection rooms. Mainly stuff in jars.
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