During the first Tercentennial celebration weekend in late October, physicians and artists explored common ground during a symposium sponsored by the Program for Humanities in Medicine in conjunction with the New Haven arts organization artSPACE. Physicians Thomas Duffy and Irwin Braverman, along with students from the schools of medicine and nursing, joined artists represented in the companion exhibit “Foreign Bodies: Art, Medicine, Technology” at the untitled (space) gallery on College Street. The exhibit, curated by Marianne Bernstein, included works by 17 artists who incorporate medical technology or imagery into their work.