2009 in vetland
Presented by the Murdoch University Veterinary Trust… In Vetland 28 August 5:00pm — 7:30pm Exhibition Opening & Reception at the Dean’s Pergola, School of Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences Please RSVP for catering purposes firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 9360 2731 Exhibition runs 29 August to 25 September Monday to Friday 9:00am — 5:00pm. Saturday, Sunday 12:00pm …
Presented by the Murdoch University Veterinary Trust… In Vetland 28 August 5:00pm — 7:30pm Exhibition Opening & Reception at the Dean’s Pergola, School of Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences 2009 Art Meets Vet Science Artist in Residency program at Murdoch University’s School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences. X-ray sculptures, photographs and drawings will be situated …
A talk at the Anatomy Museum at Murdoch University’s School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences. All welcome and opening follows at 5pm
Here are some photos from the Newcastle In Vetland exhibition July 2009. Setting up 4am on Monday morning opening speech by Steve Baker 630pm Monday night (featureing work by photographer Tamara Kenneally conversations in front of the animal worldmap browsing and drawing activity on the night
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Since February 2009 I have been working as Artist in Residence at the Murdoch University School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences. In the next few months I am having two exhibitions called In vetland. The first is at the Newcastle Art Space from Monday 12 July to 2 August 2009. Later, in August-September, In …
This box of samples is from the path lab
More of the left foreleg shots. This time courtesy of the bovine vets (apologies I didn’t write down you name) down at the vet farm.
This I think is Howie(?) very stoically waiting for students to finish palpating him
I am giving a talk at the 4th year vet lecture theatre at the vet school.
From anatomy pracs
A patient horse (yet again). I can’t help thinking what happens when it’s a student’s first time in the real world when they are not so used to being examined. I gave a pathetic little ook when they did this as I had not seen it before. Students good-naturedly rolled their eyes at me.
These are quick sketches drawn from a series of hand made plastic models of the development of the heart