ROAAr event

Vernissage | Autopsy from Sight to Knowledge/L'autopsie du regard au savoir

27Apr201818:00
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19:30

  All are invited to attend a vernissage to celebrate the opening of our newest exhibition, Autopsy from Sight to Knowledge/L'autopsie du regard au savoir, Friday, April 27 at 6pm.

Exhibition | Autopsy from Sight to Knowledge/L'autopsie du regard au savoir

10Apr201817:00
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5Jul201817:00

The notion of autopsy (from the Ancient Greek autos and opsis: to see for oneself) designates the prime operation in the development of knowledge.

Exhibition | De Musei Fabrica: Cloth and Stitch Inspired by the Maude Abbott Medical Museum

17May201817:30
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15Jun201817:00

Artifacts from the Maude Abbott Medical Museum provided inspiration for Text’art, a group of six Montreal fibre artists to create new works of art, on view at the Osler Library of the History of...

Vernissage | De Musei Fabrica: Cloth and Stitch Inspired by the Maude Abbott Medical Museum

17May201817:30
to
19:00

All are invited to attend a vernissage to celebrate the opening of our newest exhibition, De Musei Fabrica: Cloth and Stitch Inspired by the Maude Abbott Medical Museum, Tuesday, May 17, 2018

Symposium | The Eyes Have It: An Appreciation of Casey Wood's Contribution to Ophthalmology, Ornithology & McGill Library

20Apr201813:00
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17:00

Dr. Casey Wood helped to build two of McGill's major library collections, the Osler and the Blacker Wood, among the finest collections of their kind in the world.

Lecture | Voltaire and the Art of the Miscellany

24Apr201817:00
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19:00

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL. PLEASE EMAIL roaar.library [at] mcgill.ca TO BE ADDED TO THE WAITING LIST. ---

Lecture | James Forbes (1749-1819), Discovery and Perplexity

27Feb201817:30
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19:00

Taken individually, artist and writer James Forbes' works are deceptive.

CANCELLED - Lecture | "The Fabric of the Human Body" (Vesalius, 1543): Images and Icons for the History of Medicine

14Feb201816:00
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18:00

The fifth centenary of Vesalius’s birth has been celebrated in North America and Europe with thousands of events and publications, recognizing his Fabric of the Human Body (1543, 1555) as a...

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