The two hour session features demonstrations using both a live model and a hanging skeleton. Handouts are provided if you RSVP in advance. Bring a pencil and drawing pad since you will do some drawing at the end of the lecture.
When I stopped by, Mason was instructing participants to find their own external occipital protuberance. To do this at home, look for the bony bump just where the middle of your neck meets the bottom of your head.
Next up is the ribcage!
To sign up for any of the lectures-email: email@example.com.
Ala carte cost of $25/each. Package discount available.
Sept. 17: Ribcage
Sept. 24: Pelvis
Oct. 1: Shoulder Girdle, Arms & Hands
Oct. 8: No lecture/building closed
Oct. 15: Legs & Feet
Oct. 22: Head & Face
Oct. 29: Neck & Back
Nov. 5: Torso
Nov. 12: No lecture/Building closed
Nov. 19: Upper Arms
Nov. 26: Lower Arms
Dec. 3: Upper Legs
Dec. 10: Lower Legs
Dec. 17: Comparative Anatomy