Institute of Medical Illustrators London & South East Meeting

Feb 10 2018 10:00 - 16:00

The Gordon Museum of Pathology, Hodgkin Building, Guy's Campus, King’s College, SE1 1UL London

Sculptor and medical artist Eleanor Crook will use the technique of wax modelling to teach participants to sculpt the nose upon a pre-cast face before cutting part away. This is to represent tumour excision, disease and trauma defects. Use plastic surgery procedures to reconstruct the area before using colour to create a lifelike moulage head that can be taken away to keep at no extra cost.

Includes a slide lecture on plastic surgery and nasal anatomy.

No previous experience necessary, but participants should work or study in a medical context. Special rate tickets available for IMI members.

*The Human Tissue Act permits only the medical public to enter the museum. Participants may photograph their sculptures, but must not include any museum specimens.

IMI Member Special Rate Admission

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General Admission

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