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"Hot Lights, Sharp Steel, Cold Flesh"

with Marianne Hamel M.D.

 

24 March 2015

Time: 7:00 - 9:00pm 

 

Doors open 6:30pm – event begins at 7pm. Ends by 9pm

 

Dr Marianne Hamel, one of the creators of the current Death Under Glass exhibition, examines how medical examiners determine cause and manner of death in contrast to media portrayals of the practice of forensic pathology.

 

Tickets/information: www.dug2.eventbrite.co.uk

SOLD OUT!!!! 

Due to popular demand a second date has been added - April 15th tickets are now available.  

See below!

 

               

 

 

Dead Meet presents

"Hot Lights, Sharp Steel, Cold Flesh"

 

Apr 15 2015 18:30 - 20:30

 

Pathology Museum

Barts Pathology Museum, 3rd Floor Robin Brook Centre, St Bartholomew's Hospital, West Smithfield EC1A 7PU London

 

Event OPEN TO ALL (Dead Meet members discounted)

As part of the Death Under Glass exhibition and the Examining Pathologyseries, Marianne Hamel M.D, PhD, will give an illustrated lecture. (Doors 6:30pm, talk 7:00pm).

 

Tickets/information: https://billetto.co.uk/hotlights

April 15 Tickets now AVAILABLE!

 

 

Queen Mary University of London

Barts Pathology Museum

Queen Mary, University of London

 

Art Launch 

Tuesday, 3 March 2015 from

18:30 to 20:30 (GMT) London, United Kingdom

 

Doors open 6:30pm – event begins at 7pm.

Ends by 9pm

 

This histology art  installation will be in the

museum throughout March and April, with

only a few opportunities to view. Join us for

this special launch night, which includes a

talk from the creators and

refreshments/canapés.

 

 

Tickets/information: www.dug1.eventbrite.co.uk

http://www.qmul.ac.uk/bartspathology/events/items/148372.html

Death Under Glass Exhibition  -  Barts Pathology Museum 

Past Events

 


 

Death Under Glass Exhibition  -  The Mutter Museum

 

Death Under Glass is an exhibition of photomicrographs,

or magnified images of human tissue, generated from

post-mortem. Although contemporary depictions of death

investigation remain popular, little or no worth is given to

the utility of histology in autopsy pathology. 

 

Death Under Glass seeks both to educate viewers about

the role of microscopy in the practice of forensic pathology

and to allow visitors to appreciate histological images for

their brilliant colors and captivating cellular morphology.

 

Generated by a medical examiner and forensic

photographer, the exhibition offers a rare view

through the microscope to promote contextual '

understanding of histological analysis.

"Between Medical Collections and Their Audiences” (EAMHMS  Congress, London, September 4th – 6th 2014)

Death Under Glass was pleased to presnt the following poster at the 2014  European Association of Museums of the History of Medical Sciences Congress (EAMHMS) biennial meeting in London from 4-6 September 2014.

 

EAMHMS is an active global network of curators, scholars & stakeholders with an interest in medical collections. The biennial Congress is a great opportunity to present research within a vibrant forum of debate and discussion, and promotes international exchange and collaboration amongst medical history museums. The Association, although nominally European, today attracts participation from around the world and is the leading international body of medical museums and collections.

Deadsocial

 

May 6th – 9th DeadSocial ran a pop-up shop to help support Dying Matters Awareness Week. During this week a number of organisations, artists and charities will use the space to address end of life issues, run seminars, workshops and host Death Cafes. The ‘You Only Die Once’ art exhibitionwas presented in the space throughout the week & feature the internationally acclaimed artists:  Sequin Kay & Lauren Baker, Natalie Jackson, Marianne Hamel & Nikki Johnson, Janne Parvianen, Krystle Mickael & Beth Hughes

 

Marianne Hamel & Nikki Johnson - Trichrome of small bowel

Exhibited at Deadsocial

 

Cell Mates

 

Exhibition dates  June 2 - July 18, 2013

 

Curators Jeanne Brasile and Lisbeth Murray divided the 2,000 sq. ft. gallery in half, creating two separate exhibitions of artwork inspired by cellular forms. The curators seek art that addresses a wide range of topics related to cellular forms to create a discursive exploration into microorganisms and concerns derived from their study.