Human Cadaver Study|
- Sunday, April 24/2016 from 9a-4p at Samuel Merritt University
This workshop is designed for anyone who wishes to deepen their understanding of the human form.
Even the best anatomy resources (books, software) fall short of presenting a true sense of the reality of the human form and how structures integrate with the whole.
This workshop takes you into the fascinating and often disorienting world of real anatomy and offers the opportunity to study several pre-dissected human cadavers.
Each cadaver is unique and structures often don't match anatomical resource materials. Cadaver study allows the observer to appreciate the multitude of ways the basic pattern of the body can be expressed.
These cadaver dissections offer a variety of approaches to show different aspects of individual structures and how these structures relate to their surroundings
Many anatomy models and texts will also be on hand.
Participants are encouraged to be curious and explore through observation, palpation, drawing and discussion
Classes are limited to 10 people.
Prerequisites: Mature respect for donors and their gift. The ability to manage personal needs (the first time in a cadaver lab can be challenging for some).
NOTE: No photography is allowed in the lab
Length: 7 hours
Cost: $200. An $80 non-refundable deposit is required to hold a spot.
Samuel Merritt University
450 30th St, Oakland, CA 94609
For more information and to enroll: Contact Jim Donak