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Forensic Art: An introduction to Forensic Art and Facial Reconstruction

Date(s): 14 November 2020

Time: 12pm

Cost: £9.50-£12.50

Age Restrictions: 16+

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Join forensic artist Karen Flemming for this online Zoom introduction to the fascinating world of forensic art.

Forensic facial reconstruction is an interpretation of human remains in an attempt to depict the likeness of the deceased, using a combination of art and science techniques. In this online demonstration held via zoom forensic artist, Karen Fleming will show the process involved when recreating a full facial reconstruction using a replica skull, and discuss the scientific methods that are used when only skeletal remains are available to aid in the identification of a person.

Karen Fleming has an MSc in forensic art and facial identification from The University of Dundee, along with a BA (hons) degree in painting from Edinburgh College of Art. She has recently been working on 2D facial reconstructions from ancient skulls excavated in Edinburgh which can be viewed on her website.

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