Exhibitions, Performances and Screenings

FLUX: Responding to Head and Neck Cancer (Exhibition, Chicago, 18 May-19 August 2018)

    The International Museum of Surgical Science, Chicago, is pleased to announce the opening of “FLUX: Responding to Head and Neck Cancer,” an exhibition curated by Dr Lianne McTavish, Professor of the History of Art, Design and Visual Culture at the University of Alberta. Presenting artists include Brad Necyk, Heather Read more…

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Exhibitions, Performances and Screenings

Exceptional & Extraordinary: Unruly bodies and minds in the medical museum (Museum exhibits, June 2016)

Information provided by the Research Centre for Museums and Galleries. Since humans first appeared on Earth, no two have ever been the same. Yet somewhere along the way, certain bodies and minds came to be highly valued whilst others became viewed as problematic; as deviant and unruly, deficient and requiring Read more…

By mdiclhumanities, ago
Exhibitions, Performances and Screenings

Self-portrait without Breasts (Poetry reading, King’s College London, 24 Feb 2015)

Self-portrait without Breasts 18.30 Tuesday 24 February 2015 Nash Theatre King’s College London, Strand Campus WC2R 2LS Clare Best presents poems from her autobiographical poem cycle Self-portrait without Breasts alongside photographs by Laura Stevens. Free event, but booking required: http://selfportrait.eventbrite.co.uk For more about the project please visit the web site.

By mdiclhumanities, ago
Exhibitions, Performances and Screenings

Wasted: Gina Czarnecki art exhibition on ‘discarded’ body parts (Coventry 30 March–9 June 2013)

Wasted: Exploring the life-giving potential of ‘discarded’ body parts An exhibition by Gina Czarnecki at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry Gallery 4 Wasted is an exhibition of work by Gina Czarnecki exploring the life-giving potential of ‘discarded’ body parts.The exhibition also examines their relationship to myths, history, cutting edge stem cell research and notions Read more…

By medh, ago
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