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Introducing the Culture Collective’s Drawing Anatomy Workshop

Learning @ Whitworth

The Culture Collective: Learning with Research is a collaborative series working with University of Manchester research students.  Drawing Anatomy brings together scientists and artists to explore the relationship between art and science, working together to gain a better understanding of anatomy.  For this session, Karlina Ozolina and Naomi Billingsley used their cutting edge research to bring a unique perspective to anatomy.  Karlina’s research is based around how environmental factors influence the movement of fish and Naomi’s research explores the works of artist William Blake in particular his images of Jesus Christ.

Art and Textiles students from Loreto College took part in the first session where they made several drawings from Manchester Museum’s collections in the Living Worlds and Nature’s Library galleries.  The drawings were very playful with quick sketches using limited movement and their non-dominant hands to make marks.  The students made large-scale life drawings from a model and they…

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