Frank Wilson Lecture
March 23, 2010
Frank Wilson is a neurologist who researches hand skill. Now retired from clinical and teaching positions at the University of California, San Francisco and Stanford’s School of Medicine, he actively writes, lectures, and consults on a range of issues concerning the relationship of the hand use to cognitive and artistic development, early childhood education, and the clinical evaluation and management of disorders of professional hand skill. He is the author of The Hand: How its use shapes the Brain, The Language and Human culture and is currently writing another book based on his clinical experience with artists. Co-sponsored by MassArt and the Dynamic Media Institute.