UCL Art x Anatomy Soc Life Drawing Collaboration

Date Thursday 21st Nov 2019
Time 6-8pm
Location IOE C3.09, 20 Bedford Way, WC1H 0AL London, United Kingdom74831325_1235622273275822_2968163331744989184_o

A life workshop welcoming members from both UCL Anatomy and UCL Art Societies for an evening of drawing.
Our tutor Lily Holder will be leading an exciting session with TWO MODELS.
At the end of this event, we will encourage you to submit your best pieces to the Anatomical Art Exhibition 2020.

Open to members; capacity 60 people
Bring £3 in cash to pay at the door

Be sure to get membership to either UCL Art Soc and Anat Soc on the following links:


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Crossing Boundaries: Intersections between Anatomy & Art

As part of our Anatomical Art Exhibition event series, we are delighted to welcome Professor Roger Kneebone to provide us with a unique insight into the synergy between anatomical science and art.

Read more about our accomplished speaker from this article (yes, he’s a bit famous): https://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/nov/05/doctor-change-view-nhs-roger-kneebone

Prof Kneebone is the current Professor of Anatomy at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, and has had an illustrious and varied career.
He first trained as a Trauma Surgeon working in warzones of Southern Africa and in the UK, and later became a GP in Wiltshire. He is also an academic at Imperial College London, and directs the Centre for Engagement and Simulation Science.

With his passion for collaborative research at the intersections between disciplines, this will be a uniquely fascinating talk that will illustrate the continued relevance of anatomy in art.

All degrees welcome!

Date: Monday 2nd December 2019
Time: 6-7pm
Venue: B20 Jevons LT, Drayton House

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75237381_1226506190854097_3432662086302302208_nWe are currently accepting creative work from students of all subjects to submit to our Anatomical Art Exhibition 2020.
The theme this year is MIRRORED ANATOMIES, an opportunity to explore a wide range of subjects that illustrate the inversion, (a)symmetry and duplication of anatomical forms.

We accept diverse media – from drawing to medical imaging to sculpture, but also painting, photography & poetry.

Email in your piece or any qs to our Curators Rachel and Vittoria at rachel.sava.18@ucl.ac.uk

Deadline: 12th January 2020

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Anatomy Tutorial: Upper Limb

Surgical society x Anatomy society are pleased to announce their preclinical anatomy tutorials are back again!

With small group teaching from older years these tutorials cover high-yield information, example SBAs and give you
an opportunity to ask any questions you have around one of the biggest topics in 2nd year.

Tuesday 29 October, 18:00-20:00, location TBC: Upper Limb
Thursday 7 November: Lower Limb
Thursday 23 January: Head and Neck

Click the link below to sign up for any/all of the upcoming tutorials.

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Annual Inter-Uni Pub Quiz

Sign up now to take on students at King’s, Barts, St George’s, Imperial and Cambridge at the annual Halloween Quiz hosted at Guy’s Bar!

UCL Anatomy Society are collaborating with St George’s, Bart’s, Imperial and Cambridge and KCL Anatomy Societies to bring you the Interuni Anatomy Society Pub Quiz. Come and show off your knowledge and make your university proud and mingle with students from other universities!

– Date: Tuesday 29th October
– Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
– Location: Guy’s Bar, London Bridge – Guy’s Campus, SE1 9RT
– Price: £1 per participant (pay at the door), or FREE for KCL Anatomy Society members
– Please sign your team up (link https://forms.gle/GijCxibMTyK3zNVV8 )
– Prize for the winning team

The rounds this year will include Anatomy, Pop Culture, Current Affairs (Health related) and more!

It is open to all students with a prize for the winning team!

Spaces are limited so find your teammates and sign up early to register your interest! We will be taking teams on a first come first served basis, based on when the form is filled in. You will get an email confirmation if you have a place!

Note: this event is organised and hosted by KCL Anatomy Society. Any questions regarding the event itself should be directed to their committee.

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/399052324355131/

To sign up please click on the link below and complete the form. Only one person in the team needs to complete this. Maximum 7 per team

Looking forward to seeing you all there!

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Welcome Event #2: ‘Forensics: Anatomy of a Crime’ Talk by Dr Wendy Birch

No start of the academic year would be complete without our annual Forensics talk by UCL’s very own Dr Wendy Birch.

Interested in finding out more about a career in forensics? Want to see how anatomy can be applied in the real world? Or maybe you fancy yourself to be in the next CSI?!

UCL Anatomy Society welcomes you to the first talk of the year, and it promises to be a great one!

Dr Wendy Birch will be taking you on a journey through the most fascinating forensic cases she has encountered from her work. Her talk will give you a brilliant insight into what a career in forensics is like.

Dr Birch manages the anatomy lab and was recently voted ‘Anatomy Technician of the Year’. She has special academic interests in forensic osteology and archaeology along with her work as a forensics consultant.

This event is FREE to attend, so be sure not to miss out!

Date: Thursday 17th October
Time: 6-7pm
Place: TBC

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