Slice of Life Collection

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1515 Hermann Drive | Houston, TX 77004
Phone: (713) 521-1515
Times: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Admission: General admission to The Health Museum is free for children two and under; $8 for children 3 to 12 years old and seniors 65 and above; $10 for adults; and free on Thursdays for families from 2–7 p.m. Active and retired military personnel receive half-off.
Sarah Sudhoff’s Slice of Life Collection is a new addition to The Health Museum’s current Body as a Work of Art Gallery: More than Skin Deep exhibit, building on the conversation of redefining physical beauty from an intrinsic and diverse perspective, all through the science, health, and medicine revolving around the human body. This current exhibition is now open until Sunday, September 15, 2019. Houston creative and former Time Magazine photo editor, Sarah Sudhoff explores the curious corners of medical procedures and her own personal experiences through health and medicine. Slice of Life Collection brings in two new bodies of work, The Color of Contagion and Precious Metals, which create a captivating introspection within surgical science and disease. Sudhoff’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Her projects have been featured in publications such as The New York Times Magazine, Hyperallergic, Texas Monthly, Neon, and the Houston Chronicle, and now are in residency at The Health Museum. For more information please visit https://www.thehealthmuseum.org/exhibit/body-work-art-more-skin-deep General admission to The Health Museum is free for children two and under; $8 for children 3 to 12 years old and seniors 65 and above; $10 for adults; and free on Thursdays for families from 2– 7 p.m. Active and retired military personnel receive half-off admission for up to four people. General admission also provides access to the museum’s multiple exhibits. For more information about The Health Museum visit thehealthmuseum.org.

General admission to The Health Museum is free for children two and under; $8 for children 3 to 12 years old and seniors 65 and above; $10 for adults; and free on Thursdays for families from 2–7 p.m. Active and retired military personnel receive half-off admission for up to four people. General admission also provides access to the museum’s multiple exhibits.
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