Stanford Medicine Art & Anatomy Summer Program (9th-12th grade)

The Art & Anatomy Program is a 2-week summer immersion in visual storytelling. It will be held virtually via Zoom from June 13th to June 24th, 2022.

The program will include a speaker series from leading anatomists, physicians, and creatives whose work blend art and medicine. This will be followed by a week of drawing mentorship to develop a resolved final illustration. Students will present their final projects to a panelist of artists, head librarians, and physicians. At the end of this program, students will have developed skills to improve their visual, technical, and anatomical knowledge. We are looking for a mix of people in the sciences and arts -- no prior drawing or anatomy experience is required. Twenty-five students will be selected for this special opportunity. This exceptional program leverages the unique aspects of Stanford School of Medicine’s world-class community to support learners as they hone their skills and build a lasting community of learners and friends.

COURSE LISTING: Art & Anatomy: Medical Illustration is a 2-week summer immersion in narrative medical illustration. This course continues in the long tradition of blending the study of human skeletal and musculature anatomy with art making. It is open to rising 9th - 12th grade (12th grade rising to college are permitted).

Session Information: Summer 2022 | Remote 06/13/2022 - 06/24/2022 | M-F 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM with Lauren Toomer (PI) Program Tuition: $2,999. Application Fee: $35.

Deadline to apply: April 30, 2022. 

The deadline has now passed.

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Stanford employees receive 10% off the price of tuition. 

Questions? Contact: medicineandthemuse@stanford.edu