Art of Observation
Observation, description, and interpretation are essential skills in clinical diagnosis. These talents are also requisite in the visual arts. Thus, if medical students can improve their skills of observation in a safe environment by first looking at selected portrait art, this will translate to enhanced skills when observing medical photographs and, ultimately, when seeing a patient.
In a novel collaboration between The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, UT Medical School, and the UT School of Dentistry, students can spend three evenings at the Museum enhancing their observational skills. Under the directon of experienced docents and UT faculty, students are provided with a unique learning opportunity.
Art of Observation is offered each Fall and Spring semester, and is held at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston during the evening from 5:30 to 7:40 pm; dinner is served for attendees. Note that enrollment is limited and registration is required in order to attend the class.
In order to receive blue book credit, students must attend all three evening sessions. Enrollment is limited to the first 15 students!
|January 17||What is Observation?|
|January 24||How to Communicate Our Observations to Others|
|February 7||Using Visual Evidence to Come to a Range of Possible Interpretations and Decisions|
For more information about or to register for this class, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.