- Arts in Medicine Contest
- Digital Art
- New submission
- Visual Art
A message from Dr. Courneya on this year’s art contest!!: I am pleased to announce the return of “Heartfelt Images” for the classes of 2019 & 2020. With the new curriculum your cardio learning spirals throughout years 1 and 2. This contest invites you to conceptualize artistically your understanding of the cardiovascular system. Winners of […]
- Include in your email:
- 1) Title of Piece, Size, Media
- 2) your name, contact information (phone number, email address),
- 3) where you are (what year and what program- VFMP, IMP, SMP, NMP)
- 4) an artist’s statement (60 words max: for example, you may want to describe the work of art itself, and it’s connection to your understanding or appreciation of the cardiovascular system.
- Email submission to: firstname.lastname@example.org NO LATER than Sunday January 29th, 2017.
- Artworks must be created by individual UBC Medical students (no group submissions).
- Art that has been or will be displayed at other exhibits are welcomed.
- A maximum of 2 artworks per student can be submitted.
- Any questions? Contact Dr. Courneya (UBC, Faculty of Medicine) email@example.com
What is more pure and blissful than sitting down to a blank canvas with an uninhibited mind? Last week a lovely group of art and/or wine enthusiasts sat down together and created some beautiful pieces of work. Classmates of all years attended and it was a full night of socializing, laughs, and impressive skills. If you […]
Another successful Coffee House event has been shared by the Arts In Medicine Club as talents and passions of all years of study from 1st yr to physician came together. In the last couple years the turnout for this event has really grown and we are so excited to keep this momentum growing. Thank you to […]
Welcome back to all the 2nd years that had too long of a summer and a big welcome to our new Class of 2020. I think it’s important to start the school year off remembering that medicine is about the people and not the science. A perfect example of this comes from my classmate’s favourite […]
April is a very busy month for most. Mother nature is busy blooming everywhere, exams are coming up, lots of birthdays and celebration, as well as a week of damage control for those who went too far on their April Fools jokes. It’s times like these when I like to pass on some advise I […]
As a new administrator for this wonderful site I am excited to provide the Art Inspiration Injection for March. As many have heard, a huge congratulations must go out to the 4th year class for matching to CaRMS this week. Medicine is forever a journey with endless checkpoints and this is certainly one of the […]
Call for Submissions WHITE COAT, Warm ART Exhibit ~ Montreal Quebec Canada April 16th-19th 2016. We are pleased to announce the 7th “White COAT, Warm ART Exhibit” which is held annually in conjunction with the Canadian Conference on Medical education (CCME). This exhibit will showcase the creative talents of medical and other health sciences faculty, […]
- Live Exhibit: Artists selected for the live exhibit must either plan to bring their art to the exhibit or arrange to have it brought by someone else. Any Shipping arrangements (delivery AND Packing for Return Shipping) must be arranged entirely by the artist (we don’t have the resources to arrange shipping). Any shipping (& Insurance) expenses are born by the artist.
- Digital Exhibit: If you don’t plan to attend the exhibit or are unable to have your art brought by a colleague, please submit to the “Digital Exhibit”.
- Include in your email: 1) Title of Piece, Size, Media 2) your name, contact information (phone number, email address), 3) where you are (what school?) and what you do (e.g. medical student, resident, faculty…etc), 4) Email, and 5) a short artist’s statement (60 words max: for example, you may want to describe the work of art itself, or describe the role of art and its importance in your life, how your artistic endeavors may have affected your life (e.g., learning, life balance, well being, compassion, creativity, etc. )
- Email submission to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Artworks must be created by submitting faculty, residents, students or those involved in the healthcare/ wellness field
- Art displayed at other exhibits are welcomed.
- A maximum of 2 artworks per artist can be submitted.
This piece portrays an imagined screenshot from a radiation planning program, including dosimetry lines and markers targeted toward a central brain tumour. The dissolving and crumbling pixels are meant as an interpretation of radiation effects on person and mind. Sophisticated physics and software allow for precise targeting of radiation towards an area of interest, with the intent […]
Thank you for providing a platform for us to share our artwork! Here’s a practice piece I completed last week in Photoshop.
First of all, a big welcome to the Class of 2019! It seems only moments ago I was where you are now, excited to finally start learning medicine, but finding I’m being overwhelmed by forms and paper work and club promotions etc. etc. Well joy! Another club promotion to add to the list! But fear not, this […]
Check out Lucid, an Arts in Medicine sponsored club, hosted by UBC Psychiatry. Their next book club meeting is Sep. 22, 2015 discussing All My Puny Sorrows by Miriam Toews. Click the link to find out more, even details are also listed under ‘events’ on the AiM home page About Lucid The establishment of this […]
Check out Lucid, an Arts in Medicine sponsored club, hosted by UBC Psychiatry. Their next book club meeting is Sep. 22, 2015 discussing All My Puny Sorrows by Miriam Toews. Click the link to find out more, even details are also listed under 'events' on the AiM home page
a clot lodges for the night in the motel sitting on the edge of the freeway: infarct in the underbelly. they pack away the books, drop them in the blue Donation bins in front of the 7/11; she becomes that famous author who couldn’t read.
A painting of a boy looking into a fridge that I did while thinking about child malnutrition. It makes me really sad that there are so many children living in poverty in our province, who face hunger and poor nutrition (see http://still1in5.ca/). I love that in medicine we have the opportunity to advocate for and invest in the young people in […]