At NUPOC, science, technology and art intersect. Prosthetist-Orthotists and artists cultivate similar skills, such as manual dexterity and knowledge of human anatomy. Using three-dimensional artistry that bridges science and technology, CPOs fit and fabricate functional prostheses and orthoses for their patients. The NUPOC Gallery exhibits are a tribute to the intersection of science, technology and art in our profession.
In recognition of the artistry that is intrinsic to the allied health discipline of Prosthetics and Orthotics, NUPOC frequently rotates exhibits in the NUPOC Gallery.
January – February 2018
Tim Bliamptis: Photographic prints
March – April 2018
Lee Oberlander: Acrylic and mixed media paintings, abstract
May – June 2018
R. J. Garrick, curator: Japanese textiles
July - August 2018
Lenin Delsol: Paintings, representational human figure
September - October 2018
Ju-Sung Kim: Acrylic paintings, abstract
November - December 2018
John Jacobsen: Oil paintings, representational human figure
Call for Artists
The NUPOC Gallery shows representational and abstract paintings, sculptures and photographs. Artists who wish to exhibit their work at the NUPOC Gallery are invited to submit samples of their work for consideration, per instructions on NUPOC Gallery Details.
Ju-Sung Kim Exhibit at NUPOC Gallery
Japanese Textiles, curated by R. J. Garrick
Lee Oberlander Exhibit at NUPOC Gallery
Tim Bliamptis Exhibit at NUPOC Gallery
Kierra Falbo Exhibit at NUPOC Gallery
Yeongchi Wu Exhibit at NUPOC Gallery
Art and Science Intersect at the NUPOC Gallery
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