Leonardo da Vinci is considered the quintessential Renaissance man. Known primarily as an artist, he was also a scientist, philosopher, mathematician, engineer, musician, and inventor. Who was Leonardo? What do we know of his personal life, his thoughts on religion, sexuality, and politics? What scientific problems and artistic projects interested him? Jonathan Pevsner takes us on a mesmerizing journey through the life and work of Leonardo, offering a vivid portrait of the Renaissance giant.
918.116.01 Homewood campus Thursday, April 21, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Cost: $32
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