Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Parallel Practices: Life Sciences Museum and Tamsin Van Essen open house

Open House at the Life Sciences Museum, Guy's Campus: Work-in-progress by ceramicist, Tamsin van Essen, and an opportunity to visit this unique working museum space, which is normally closed to the public.

The Museum will be open 11am - 4 pm on Sunday December 14th, Monday December 15th and Wednesday December 17th.

Sunday visits can be pre-booked here

Tamsin van Essen's residency is a collaboration with Richard Wingate and the Anatomy Department at King's College London and is part of Parallel Practices

Monday, 10 November 2014

Lectures in Life Sciences: Labour Pains? Blame them on Placoderms

Dr Zerina Johanson
Natural History Museum of London

Percy Roberts Room, Gordon Museum
Guy's Campus

20th November at 5pm

Thursday, 16 October 2014

Lectures in Life Sciences: Nothing but the Tooth

Dr Barry Berkowitz
Emeritus Reader in Anatomy, King's College London.

Percy Roberts Room, Gordon Museum.
30th October at 5pm.

Thursday, 9 October 2014

Anatomy Art Exhibition: What the eye cannot see

For the ninth year running, The Gordon Museum and the Anatomy  Department are collaborating to present their annual open art and science exhibition.

The exhibition runs from November 19 to December 3 and is open to staff and students to both visit and contribute entries.

"Stroke" by Jessica Maskell. Winner 2010

Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Professor Harold Ellis on Sir James Paget

Professor Harold Ellis CBE FRCS MCh on “Sir James Paget : Bicentenary Anniversary of the Birth of a Great Surgeon”at the Gordon Museum, Guy's Campus. October 2nd at 5.30 pm. Organised by the KCL Anatomy Society

Pioneering cine-biology digitised by Wellcome

Early time-lapse movies from the laboratory of Michael Abercrombie have been digitised by the Wellcome Library. Watch  here and read an account of these pioneering adventures in cine-biology by Dr Brian Stramer. Professor Gareth Jones, also of the Anatomy Department, is Chair of the Abercrombie Trust Fund

Craft Council and Anatomy: Parallel Practices at Anatomy

Two artists in residence have joined the Anatomy department as part Parallel Practices - a collaborative initiative from the Crafts Council and King's Cultural Institute. Anatomy is hosting textile artist Celia Pym and ceramicist Tamsin van Essen.

Residencies will run until the end of 2014

Fractured Visions at King's

Fractured Visions: To See Again is a virtual reality installation by Tamiko Thiel and produced by AXNS collective at Guy's Campus, sponsored by Anatomy. AXNS science curator Cosima Gretton is a current medical student at King's.

Fractured visions runs until 30th October 2014