The 2019 Conference is now over, and below is a photo gallery from the event. Details of the 2020 Conference will be up soon.
A beginner’s guide to using Adobe After Effects for cinematic effects in your artworks.
This one day workshop with tutor Cat Sulzmann is for working professionals, students and MAET students.
Monday May 20th 2019, 10am – 5pm at the Gordon Museum of Pathology, Kings College, London SE1 9RT
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MAA members £110; MAET students £70; Working Professionals (non-member) £165
We are very pleased to share some of the medical illustrations from the Association’s archives. Here are a few artworks created by Dorothy Davison, Founder Member of the Medical Artists’ Association in 1949. She was medical artist at the Manchester Royal Infirmary and the University of Manchester from around 1918 until her retirement in 1957. Renowned for her striking artworks using the Ross board technique (carbon dust) depicting neurological anatomy and surgery. Our current chairman Philip Wilson was lucky enough to have met Dorothy and described her as having “the stature of a dormouse but the constitution of a lioness”!
Margot Cooper named Inflexion Entrepreneur of the Year at the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards
British medical services pioneer Margot Cooper was crowned Inflexion Entrepreneur of the Year at the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards on 13th November 2018.
Cooper is the founder of Bristol-based Limbs & Things, which she set up in 1990 after having a vision of clinical education moving away from cadavers and animals. For many tasks, these were difficult to use and expensive, so she invented anatomically accurate and cost-effective models and simulators to allow students – whether nurses, GPs, surgeons, radiologists or paramedics – to become more competent and confident learners and professionals.
Limbs & Things’ models and simulators are now universally used worldwide to learn skills such as taking blood, administering injections, delivering babies, wound repair and keyhole surgery and the company has won numerous awards including a Queen’s Award for Innovation.
On the night, Cooper said: “It’s mind blowing to win this award; a great privilege. It is absolutely wonderful to be recognised for the work we do. We are keen to go forward and continue making life safer for patients throughout the world within healthcare.” Focusing on the contribution of a dynamic, creative and visionary leader, the Inflexion Entrepreneur of the Year Award recognises an enterprising individual who has achieved sustained levels of growth and strong financial performance through a culture of innovation, resilience and an ethos of inspiring others through their leadership style.
Inflexion partner and National Business Awards judge David Whileman said: “The heritage of Inflexion came from our two founders who built our business from humble beginnings, hence that entrepreneurial spirit and respect for those who have the courage to back their conviction is ingrained in our DNA. We take great pleasure in supporting this award, which recognises the very best in entrepreneurial talent.” Attended by over 1,200 business leaders, entrepreneurs, politicians and journalists in celebration of the Best of British Ambition, the 17th National Business Awards (organised by UBM) were held on 13 November at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London and presented by BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty and received a keynote speech from national treasure Joanna Lumley.
Francesca Corra is one of our newest members and joined the MAA Council this year. Francesca studied Fine Art in London and completed her training in Medical Art with the MAET in 2016. Soon after she became Medical Artist in Residence at the OA Centre for Osteoarthritis Pathogenesis and is currently freelancing as a medical illustrator as well as teaching Anatomy Drawing for artists. More of her work can be found on the MAA website.