Museum of Medicine and Health, University of Manchester: Talk by Richard Neave, 2 October, 4:30pm, Samuel Alexander Building LG12
The University of Manchester’s Museum of Medicine and Health will be holding a series of talks over the coming year related to objects from the collection. The next talk is by Richard Neave (the well-known medical artist who developed forensic facial reconstruction whilst working at Manchester) talking about the development of his techniques using artefacts in the collection. He’s also going to reflect on the interaction between medicine and art over the course of his career.
The talk will be on Wednesday 2 October, 4:30pm, in the Samuel Alexander Building, Room LG12.