UT's Immersive Simulation Center Invites Visual Artists to Play

. October 9, 2015.

What does a surgeon and an artist have in common? Besides precision and dedication to their craft, the success of health professionals and visual artists relies on a careful understanding of human anatomy. To honor both profession’s bodily fixation, The University of Toledo Medical Center’s Interprofessional Immersive Simulation Center (IISC) will opens its doors to visual artists with a special workshop organized by the Art Supply Depo. The one-day chance will allow artists to enter the anatomical wonderland of IISC, giving seriously immersive insights to the human body, from bones to flesh. Participants will draw and paint simplified versions of the body’s systems using high-tech, 3D models.

Registration required. 9am-3pm, Saturday, October 24
$55, space is limited to 36 seats
Center for Creative Education at the University of Toledo College of Medicine, 3000 Arlington Ave.
419-720-6462 | artsupplydepo.com