Scientific Illustrations on View at VCU Libraries

A new art show opened yesterday, February 27, featuring medical and scientific illustrations by 16 Communication Arts students and alumni.

“Medical illustration is something I have always been interested in … I just didn’t realize it was an actual major until I came to VCU, which just so happens to be the only school in Virginia that has this degree at the undergraduate level,” said Malcolm Sackor, a senior communication arts major with a concentration in scientific and preparatory medical illustration and a biology minor. “My love for biology, drawing and fitness led me down this path…”

Intersections II, is free and open to the public at Tompkins-McCaw Library, located on VCU’s MCV campus at 509 N. 12th Street. Images from the show can be seen on the James Branch Cabell Library Big Screen.

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February 28, 2017