From inspecting bodily organs to learning about the eye, to hands on investigations, Sunday, April 10th is your day to participate in scientific “research” at the Health Sciences Learning Center.
From Vesalius to Bidloo to Pare and Ruysch, from Talbot to Spratt…centuries old images and ideas take on new life and interpretation in the hands of print makers.
What is it about Art? Find out in this recording we’re sharing for your inspirational pleasure.
Finding all the resources embedded in a library website can be daunting. Enjoy this video tour of Ebling’s website. Helpful staff and amazing databases, books, journals and services!
We are thrilled to share the latest in paintings, photos, audio pieces, crafts and written work from your health sciences colleagues. It’s Spring, and Art is in the Air!
A dedicated place for you to announce noteworthy events!
Please reveal in 29 pieces of art. Therapy comes in many forms, this may be just the medication you need. Image, a portion of Cameron Casey’s “Neurons a la Klimt.”
We have so much to tell you! Please enjoy our Newsletter and as always, let us know how we can help.
What if you installed an exhibition on the Pandemic of 1918 and the visitors brought as much to the discussion as the curator?
Today! June 10, 2020, the last day to submit your artwork to Corpus Callosum