Anatomy or art? Human insides rendered as paper filigree

"Connective Tissue" is the name of a new exhibition that showcases artist Lisa Nilsson's intricate works. Made using a rolled and shaped paper technique called "quilling," the miniature sculptures depict and explore the geography of human anatomy. The opening night reception features refreshments and an optional pre-show sketch session.

Where: Mutter Museum at 19 S. 22nd St. 19103

When: July 20, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

How much: $10


Thanks for reading another Billy Penn story

Seems you’re the kind of person who really digs in. Want more? Sign up for our free morning newsletter, the easy way to stay on top of Philly news.

Thanks for reading Billy Penn

Like the story above, everything we publish is powered by our members. If you enjoy reading, join today: Just $5/month makes more difference than you’d think.

Thanks for reading! We need you.

Reader donations power our newsroom. If Billy Penn helps you feel more connected to Philly, we’d love to count you as a member. Will you join us?

Lock in your support

Reader support powers our newsroom. A monthly membership helps lock it in.

Can we count on you as a Billy Penn sustainer?

Winning the local journalism game

Thank you: Member support powers our newsroom.

Know someone else who might like our work? Invite them to sign up for our free morning newsletter.