MEDinART is happy to announce that Vesalius Continuum and Fabrica Vitae exhibition that will take place on Zakynthos, Greece (4-8…
Great news for MEDinART! So excited to announce that MEDinART will participate with a video screening in Vesalius Continuum: the…
The Flemish physician Andreas Vesalius who was born in Brussels (31 December 1514) and died in Zakynthos, Greece (15 October 1564) has brought with his anatomical drawings a new insight into human anatomy.
Vesalius momentum IV took place on 23 of November, 2013 in Antwerp: The unveiling of a bronze sculpture of Andreas Vesalius by H.E. Mr Constantin Chalastanis, Ambassador of Greece.
Vesalius momentum IV was also announced on the news in National Belgian television. Follow this link to watch the whole video.
For more photos from the Vesalius momentum, check here.
Next year, 500 years ago from his birth, under the auspices of The Municiplity of Zakynthos and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium in Athens, the Ionian Island will host a number of events commemorating the 500th anniversary of the birth of Andreas Vesalius in Brussels.
The Vesalius Continuum will take place in Zakynthos island, 4-8 September 2014.
For more information, check here.
In 2014, five hundred years after the birth of Andreas Vesalius, the founder of modern anatomy, BIOMAB proposes to create a film that will show how the legacy of Vesalius is still challenging new generations of artists and scientists to create groundbreaking work.
A group of contemporary, brilliant scientists and innovative artists will be questioned about their work and what they perceive the future of “humanity and the physical human body” to be. It will be fascinating to record their unique visions of man’s mortality, decay and death.
The film will be shown during the Vesalius conference at Zakynthos Greece.
For more info, check here
“Brain, emotions and music: an exploration of the biomusic concept” is the title of Leontios Hadjileontiadis talk that will take place in EcHoPolis Conference on 3rd October 2013, at Hellenic American College, Massalias 22 Athens, Greece.
«Sounds, noise and music for re-thinking sustainable building, city and econeighborhood»
Main venue: Michalis Cacoyannis Foundation
Venues for the 3rd of October: Hellenic American College, French Institute of Greece
Under the aegis of the Greek Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Infrastructure,
Transports and Networks, the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change and the Region of Attica
More info for the Conference here
Download the Program in pdf here
In September 2014, under the auspices of the municipality of Zakynthos and the Embassy of Belgium in Athens, the Ionian Island will host events commemorating the 500th anniversary of the birth of Andreas Vesalius in Brussels. The Flemish physician, the father of modern human anatomy, died on Zakynthos, Greece, in 1564.
The 2014 events are being organized by an enthusiastic team of volunteers: Pascale Pollier, Ann Van de Velde, Mark Gardiner, Pavlos Kapsambelis, Gerassimos Coidan and coordinator Theo Dirix, financially managed by the Belgian not-for-profit organization BIOMAB: http://biomedicalart.blogspot.gr/
Account: IBAN: BE88 0016 1775 0741 / BIC: GEBABEBB
For the official website of the symposium check here