Friday, March 18, 2011

CIA students draw surgical artifacts for class


Today we hosted another great group of students from the Biomedical Art program of the Cleveland Institute of Art. Prof. Tom Nowacki brought his medical illustration class to the Dittrick once again to draw surgical instruments from our collections. The sampling varied from O'Dwyer intubation sets to Tarnier's cephalotribe to Bigelow's lithotrite. The assignment revolved around the challenge of showing how these things worked, mechanically, and how they related to the body parts and tissue.





See some of the projects from last year. I'll post those from the 2011 class when they're done in a week or so.







Jim Edmonson

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