Date: Mon 4 Nov - Mon 4 Nov, 2019
Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Dr. Ann Ferguson has an interest in art and in the study of anatomy, from earliest times. George Stubbs was born into the Age of Enlightenment and although he came from a poor background, he became an anatomical demonstrator and illustrator, and then a famous portrait and horse painter. He spent a considerable time studying horse anatomy by dissection, and became known to many anatomists in England and abroad. He painted animals for both William and John Hunter. Towards the end of his life, he started a valuable study of comparative anatomy, which he never finished.
View our events calendar for a month-by-month guide to events throughout the year.
Operating over four floors, our building comprises open plan fine art studios, a sculpture and ceramics studio, life drawing room, printmaking, silk painting and jewellery making facilities, dedicated studio spaces for Foundation and Advanced Course students, the HSoA Gallery, Glass Gallery, and the HSoA Cafe with outdoor piazza.
Autumn Term 2019 | 9 Sept - 8 Dec
Half Term | 21 - 27 Oct
Extended | 28-31 Oct
Christmas Workshops | 9 - 15 Dec
Extended | 16-19 Dec
Spring Term 2020 | 6 Jan - 5 April
Half Term | 17 - 23 Feb
Summer Term 2020 | 20 Apr - 19 Jul
Half Term | 1-7 June