Poet-in-Residence for the Anatomical Museum July 2019
The Anatomical Museum is delighted to introduce Georgi Gill, our poet-in-residence for 2019-20.
Museum curator Malcolm MacCallum said ‘We are delighted to announce Georgi as our poet-in-residence, I’ve had a few meetings with her already and it’s clear she is enthused and inspired not only by the museum collection but also the medical school building itself, we look forward to working with her!'
I am really excited to be the first ever poet in residence at the Anatomical Museum and am really looking forward to exploring and writing about such a fascinating collection!
Look out for some of Georgi’s poems appearing in the museum at Open Days later this year, she will also be developing workshops and other activities that offer a fresh perspective on the anatomy collection.
Georgi is a PhD student at the Centre for Creative-Relational Inquiry. CCRI fosters innovative qualitative research that places the relational at its heart. Key to the vision for the Centre is that it develops the 'creative-relational' as a dynamic conceptual frame for vibrant, incisive research.