Story of the Human Body

20 Nov 2015 – 19 Dec 2015

Event times

Fridays and Saturdays 12-5pm

Cost of entry


Grejczik Gallery

North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Travel Information

  • Various Arriva North Yorkshire bus routes stop at Scarborough Rail Station.
  • Scarborough Rail Station

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The art behind science television: From production team notes, to quick sketches, to final film sequence artworks this is a small but fascinating exhibition of how art is used in science documentaries.


 A unique exhibition of an artform usually seen only behind the scenes, “Storyboard Girl” Elizabeth Schuch shares her original paintings and drawings created for filming the BBC’s Inside the Human Body television series. Come see how an artist works with scientific briefs to help the director plan camera shots and create 3D visual effects.

Everyone is welcome to the opening event on Friday, 20th November from 6-8pm where the artist will be present for questions and discussion. The artist will also be creating an installation drawing on the gallery’s chalkboard wall especially for this exhibition. So come see something a bit different this holiday season!

Elizabeth Schuch has worked in theatre, film and television for over 10 years and now works independently as a storyboard artist, illustrator, and production designer in London. Her own company Melancholy Star, run with husband Konstantinos Kousoliotas, specialises in all sides of artwork and production for VFX. Schuch’s other storyboard projects have included Rise of the Continents (BBC), Curiosity: Sun Storm (Discovery), Mankind (History Channel), Supersized Earth (BBC), The British (Sky), Gettysburg (History Channel) amongst many others.

The exhibition continues through December 19th, open Fridays and Saturdays 12-5pm at Grejczik Gallery, 9a Hanover Road, Scarborough, YO11 1LS.

Grejczik Gallery is Scarborough's new micro-gallery exploring the links between art and science. The programme includes a year-round changing picture window plus seasonal themed open-hours exhibitions like “Story of the Human Body”.


Tina Mammoser

Exhibiting artists

Elizabeth Schuch


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