Action Potential Lab, Toronto’s first space combining science and art, has an amazing Dissect & Draw workshop on June 23rd and it promises to be a LEGENDARY way to kick off your summer.
Why is it such a brag-worthy must-go? Well, here are 3 reasons:
1) You’re gonna go back it tiiiime:
Da, da, da, da, daaaaa….
You don’t need a DeLorean to re-experience the glory of a high school science class. This is a chance for a hands-on exploration of the anatomy of a cow. You’ll grab a scalpel and scrubs and learn all the amazing secrets of the heart and lungs. And this time you won’t have to worry about turning in a lab report.
2) It’ll draw you in
The second part of the workshop involves learning how to draw the anatomy, led by a professional medical illustrator of over 16 years, Kim Auchinachie.
Kim will introduce the techniques she uses to create educational, beautiful and engaging art.
3) You’ll get bragging rights
Your friends are talking about another okay evening on a crowded patio. Then you wow the crowd with your new fascinating (and sort of gross) knowledge. You’ll know as much about the heart as a Seattle Grace resident. And if we’ve learned anything from Grey’s Anatomy, doctors are VERY popular. Talk about a summer adventure!
Become the alpha nerd, the supremo science-tino, the smartist artist! Dissect & Draw happens on June 23rd at Action Potential Lab (451 Christie St).
Tickets are available at dissectdraw.eventbrite.ca