KMCH Colleges’ Body Painting Competition

In a celebration of art, science, and creativity, KMCH College of Physiotherapy recently hosted a Corporeal  Body Painting Competition. The event was held in the college auditorium.

The competition featured a total of  19 themes and transformed their models into living anatomical masterpieces, using the human body as a canvas to display intricate details of the skeletal and muscular systems.

The judging panel, comprised of esteemed faculty members, Dr.Geeta Anasuya MD (Anatomy), Associate Professor, KMCH IHS &R, faced the challenging task of evaluating the entries based on creativity, accuracy, and overall presentation.

The vibrant colors and meticulous detailing showcased in the paintings demonstrated not only the participant’s artistic prowess but also their deep understanding of human anatomy. From skeletal structures to muscular systems, the paintings provided a visually engaging and educational experience for both participants and spectators. Dr. Karthik Babu, Principal of KMCH College of Physiotherapy congratulated the competition prize winners.