Monday, December 2, 2019

Recorded Lectures, Illustrated Essays, and Loads of Other Excusive New Content on our Patreon!

Dr. Alexander Cummins at the "Morbid Anatomy Revival Tent" at Green-Wood Cemetery's Night Fall. Photo: Maike Schulz

Over past few years, Morbid Anatomy has been producing exhibitions and programing with New York partners like historic Green-Wood Cemetery and Hauser and Wirth Gallery. Now, thanks to our Patreon, people from all over the world can virtually enjoy our often sold out lectures along with loads of other exclusive content!

Right now on our Patreon you will find video and audio recordings of dozens of our most popular lectures, a variety of illustrated essays by the Morbid Anatomy staff and community, and virtual tours of obscure locales (click here for a full list of contents). New pieces are added weekly, and we have many exciting offerings slotted for the days and months to come!

All of this content is available for only $5 a month. Supporters at higher levels also enjoy access to exclusive parties and events, free and discounted events, custom merchandise, and much more.

Your support on Patreon is, in essence, a virtual Morbid Anatomy membership. Your subscription fees underwrite our work producing the content, exhibitions, and events you love, as well as the commissioning of new content. It also helps foster the unique community we have cultivated since our launch in 2007. And, at only $60 a year, it also makes a great Christmas gift for your morbid, hard to shop for friends!

If you appreciate what we do, and enjoy learning about obscure and fascinating things, please consider becoming a Patreon member! Click here.

Below are just a very few of the video and audio recordings, illustrated articles by guest writers, and Morbid Anatomy original content you'll find nowhere else. Click here to see the full list and become a member.

Video Recordings of Illustrated Lectures
Interviews and Virtual Tours
Audio Recordings of Lectures
Illustrated Essays by Guest Writers

Illustrated Essays by Morbid Anatomy
Founder and creative director Joanna Ebenstein

Programming Director director
Laetitia Barbier