• The Mind Cannot Forget What the Hands have Learned™

    …students enjoy working with clay, and I love working among them, teaching, helping, and listening. It’s so gratifying to hear them using anatomical terminology when they don’t even know I’m listening.

  • The Mind Cannot Forget What the Hands have Learned™

    I have seen a dramatic increase in student interest, enthusiasm, and understanding. I even have parents telling me how much their kids love anatomy and using the ANATOMY IN CLAY® Learning System.

  • The Mind Cannot Forget What the Hands have Learned™

    I am not exaggerating when I say that (the) ANATOMY IN CLAY® System has changed my life as a teacher and an artist. It has provided me a way to share with my students a tactical knowledge of the body.


What we do

We believe in the power of hands-on learning. Students who sculpt body systems develop an indelible understanding of anatomy, biomechanics, and the structures we share. ANATOMY IN CLAY® Learning System provides human and animal learning systems that build confidence and mastery of form and function.

The classification for our workshops has been adjusted slightly for the workshops next week at the HAPS – Human Anatomy and Physiology Society – conference in San Antonio.

Our two events are now ‘vendor’ workshops, although they will still be led by Steven Kish, a professor of Anatomy and Physiology at Zane State College, in Zanesville, Ohio.

Either way, we are looking forward to San Antonio !

Tuesday, 5-26 is "Neuro 101" at 1:45 p.m.

Wednesday, 5-27 is "Kneesy Does It" at 11 a.m.

Both workshops will be held in the Anatomy Lab at the University of Texas (1 UTSA Circle).

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Looking forward to HAPS (Human Anatomy & Physiology Society) conference in San Antonio next week.

We have presenter workshops Tuesday, 5-26 and Wednesday, 5-27.

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As the week winds down, three more pictures from the successful Equine Core Data workshop last week (six days of learning!) at the Anatomy in Clay® Centers in Denver (3 photos)

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Honored !

Today our non-profit, Denver-based Anatomy in Clay® Centers was honored at Northglenn High School with the "first-ever" STEM partner award.

Much appreciated and what a surprise. (2 photos)

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Equine Core Data — Day Four (8 photos)

More shots from the Equine Core Data workshop at our non-profit Anatomy in Clay® non-profit center in Denver. These are from the fourth day of work (Sunday). The workshop winds down today after a great week of hands-on learning. #anatomy

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