You are currently browsing the archives for the Exhibition category.

CFP: ‘Spectacular Evidence: Theatres of the Observed Mind’, London

Published on: Author: Hannah Tweed Leave a comment

Location: The event will take place at ArtsAdmin in London. Date: Friday 24th March 2017, starting at 11am. Deadline for abstracts: 5pm, Tuesday 10th January 2017. Spectacular Evidence: Theatres of the Observed Mind is a one-day symposium that draws upon histories of madness, its exhibition and how it has been staged as cultural performance. Spectacular Evidence will also explore the… Continue reading

Exhibition: ‘Phantom Limb’, Liverpool, 9 July – 3 December 2016

Published on: Author: Hannah Tweed Leave a comment

Phantom Limb is an interactive exhibition focusing on medicine, memory and the treatment process. It features around twenty works by nine artists, most of whom work from their own personal experiences of operations and illnesses. The exhibition is a partnership project between award-winning artist, Euan Gray, and Dr Daniel Whistler, from Liverpool University’s Centre for Health, Arts and… Continue reading

Symposium: ‘Artists’ Books and the Medical Humanities’, Canterbury

Published on: Author: Hannah Tweed Leave a comment

The University of Kent is delighted to announce an interdisciplinary workshop and symposium on Artists’ Books and the Medical Humanities, taking place in Canterbury on 21st-22nd April 2016 and funded by the Wellcome Trust.  The events are accompanied by Prescriptions, an exhibition of artists’ books by Martha A. Hall and other artists from 21st April –… Continue reading

Exhibition: Dr W. A. F. Browne’s Collection of Patient Art at Crichton Royal Institution, Dumfries and Glasgow

Published on: Author: Hannah Tweed Leave a comment

A Hidden Gem: Dr W. A. F. Browne’s Collection of Patient Art at Crichton Royal Institution, 18th July – 22nd August 2015 This exhibition includes more than sixty paintings and drawings by patients confined in Crichton during the mid-nineteenth century, from the collection formed by Dr William Alexander Francis Browne (1805-1885), first Physician Superintendent of Crichton, 1838-1857. It… Continue reading