Our night at the museum…grab your scalpels and sketching tools!

We cannot wait to welcome you to theatre, slice and dice our way through our DOCTORS, DISSECTION & RESURRECTION MEN special salon at Museum of London this Thursday!

We were thrilled to bits to be invited to create a special late-night exhibition event by one of our favourite museums, and have since enjoyed researching in to the very dark, gruesome and fascinating world of 19th Century body-snatching, dissection and the art of the ‘resurrection man’. Whilst our event won’t claim to be 100% (or even 66%) historically accurate, we’ll very much be inspired by the stories and legends we’ve experienced by visits to the museum’s exhibition.

If you’ve not yet seen the exhibition, we really whole-heartedly recommend checking it out. Tickets to view the exhibition after dark with us this Thursday are very nearly all sold out, so you’d better be quick if you are in with a chance, else do go and view it at another opportunity as soon as you can! We’ll have villains and veins, anatomical models, flesh and bone for you to visually dissect and resurrect in your drawings. All materials provided in the ticket price, thanks to our sponsors Cass Art. Plus there’s a bar and we’ll have a suitable soundtrack to draw deadly doctors to…so get your hands on tickets whilst you can!

Tickets are limited and available from Museum of London only here:

http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/London-Wall/Whats-on/Adult-events/SpecialEvents.htm

 

 

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About Art Macabre Drawing Salons (formerly known as Death Drawing)

RIP LIFE DRAWING. 2011 is the year of ART MACABRE.
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