Saturday, April 22, 2006

Medicine Interrupted: unmissable exhibition

Medical Humanities 2006 invites you to the grand opening of...

"Medicine Interrupted"
An extravagant exhibition combining Visual Arts and Medicine.

Date: Wednesday 26th April.

Place: Blyth Gallery - 5th Floor, Sherfield Building, South Kensington, Imperial College.

Time: 7.00 pm onwards.

Dress: Smart and Sexy.

Refreshments provided.

FREE ENTRY so bring your friends!

Come and join in the fun and have a gander at the artwork that we've worked so hard to produce this term.
We look forward to seeing you there!

NB. The exhibition will be running at the Blyth Gallery for two weeks until 04/05/06, so if you can't make the opening then please feel free to take a look another time.


aj said...

I'm really looking forward to this - smart and sexy might have to be foregone though as us 5th years have a Pathology mock in the afternoon and I'm playing tennis afterwards...

Giskin said...

The exhibition is fabulous! I watched it go up this afternoon and was very impressed with the quality of execution and the underlying themes.

aj said...

I managed to visit the exhibition on its opening night on Wednesday, and was pleased to see it thronging with interested people.

I have to say I thought the standard was pretty exceptional, with high quality pieces all round, and the students demonstrating that they had thought hard about how to convey their particular idea. I went round once just looking, then again with the guide reading each student's summary, which I found added a great deal and helped me to spot things I hadn't been aware of on first inspection.

Well done to everybody involved, you have something to be really proud of and have upped the reputation of the Medical Humanities course. Keep going with the artwork!

S said...

I paid the exhibition a visit too - there's some excellent stuff on display there :)

Taz said...

I really enjoyed the exhibition and thought that a lot of time had gone into exploring ideas and displaying them with real expressive flare. Some of the individual pieces really stood. My congratulations to all!