Knowledge Quarter staff and friends are welcome to join our private breakfast view of What Once Was Imagined at the Royal College of General Practitioners. Enjoy privileged out-of-hours access to the exhibition in the company of lovely, like-minded individuals living and working in the Knowledge Quarter.
Thousands of pills and medication cases exploring advances of modern medicine and changes in the management of common health conditions, as well as the burden of pill-taking and dangers of over-medication, are currently on display at 30 Euston Square as part of the latest art exhibition from the RCGP. What Once Was Imagined is the creation of long-time collaborators, textile artist Susie Freeman and Bristol-based GP, Dr Liz Lee – together known as Pharmacopoeia.
The Royal College of General Practitioners is the professional membership body for GPs in the UK. The RCGP represents and supports GPs on key issues including licensing, education, training, research and clinical standards. It is the largest of the medical royal colleges, with over 50,000 members.