Everyone is invited to the opening of 'Artbeats', this year's Medical Humanities art exhibition. As part of the Medical Humanities specialist option at Imperial College London, students are encouraged to create an artwork. It can be in any medium, and on any topic related to medicine. This year, the exhibition will include fine art, photography, sculpture, film and even a few 'installations'.
The opening reception takes place on 6 May 2008 at 7.30 pm. Refreshments will be provided.
The exhibition is open to the public, free of charge, and runs until 22 May, in the Blyth Gallery, Level 5, Sherfield Building, Imperial College London (South Kensington campus).
The exhibition is curated by Mindy Lee. The publicity artwork this year is provided by Neil Shah, whose work is entitled 'Good Grief'.
For more information, e-mail Giskin Day.