The KCL Anatomy Society are proud to host Eleanor Crook for an Anatomy Drawing Workshop in the Gordon Museum.
The workshops are part of an opportunity to focus on improving anatomical drawing ability.
Eleanor is the artist in residence at the Gordon Museum and a member of the Medical Artists’ Association; she runs a course in Anatomy drawing at the Royal College of Art and lectures at Central St Martins School of Art in London. Eleanor exhibits internationally in both fine art and in science museum. Her recent projects can be viewed through the link below:
Pencils and paper will be provided for the event (but do bring colouring pencils if you would like to). As we want the event to be small, so that everyone has a chance to interact with Eleanor, we have capped the event at 25 people. The event is free for society members and £2 for non-members.
Also, as the event is held in the Gordon Museum, only healthcare professionals and students are allowed. Please bring your ID cards!
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Date: 1st February
Location: Gordon Museum
Limited spaces, so make sure to sign up to secure your place!
To find out more about becoming a member and signing up, please visit:
Hope to see you there!
King’s College London Anatomy Society