Thursday, January 1, 2009

Reminder! Mütter Museum 2009 Calendar Release Party, Brooklyn, NY; TOMORROW! January 2, 7:00 PM


Just a reminder! Tomorrow, January 2nd, The Morbid Anatomy Library will be ringing in the new year with a release party for the 2009 Mütter Museum Calendar!

The event will take place at Proteus Gowanus Interdisciplinary Gallery and Reading Room in Brooklyn, New York at 7:00 PM. Admission is free, calendars will be available for sale, the Morbid Anatomy Library will be open for visitation, and Blast Books publisher/Mütter Museum Calendar designer and art director Laura Lindgren will be presenting a slide-illustrated lecture.

Hope you can make it!

For more about the calendar, click here. Click here to download PDF invitation. And here is where you can find information that will help you find your way to Proteus Gowanus.

Image from the 2009 Calender: What Lies Beneath © 2004 Max Aguilera-Hellweg
Oil portrait (1937) of Willis Fastnacht Manges, M.D. (1876–1936), by Benedict Anton Osnis (1872–1941), with a section of skull from the Matthew Henry Cryer, D.D.S., M.D. (1840–1921), collection for study of the internal anatomy of the face. With Dr. Charles Lester Leonard (1861–1913), a martyr to radiology, Manges was a founder of the Philadelphia Roentgen Ray Society.

7 comments:

Amanda said...

Oh, how frustrating! I am coming to NYC in a few days, but will just miss being able to attend this event!

Mike Rhode said...

I've got mine! Continues my complete set...

Curious Expeditions said...

This sounds so great. I wish we could be there.

Happy New Years!

JE said...

Wish you could, too! You'll be missed! Happy New Years to you as well!

Derek said...

Wish I found the Morbid Anatomy library before it ended. Enjoyed it.

JE said...

Hey Derek!

Yes, sorry about that. Glad you made it, though. You'll have to make a return trip now!

Travis said...

Thanks for hosting this event and announcing it on your blog. I've been visiting the Mütter for a long time now, so it was a real treat to hear Laura's slide presentation at Proteus Gowanus on Friday.