The Genius Of Leonardo Da Vinci
The creativity and talent of Leonardo da Vinci is still staggering five centuries after his death.
Da Vinci scholar Jonathan Pevsner describes the Renaissance man’s insatiable drive to learn about the human body, while juggling many other projects. Read Pevsner's recent Scientific American article on da Vinci.
Then, Francesco Legaluppi of the Italian Cultural Center of Maryland tells us about da Vinci’s ‘bridge of safety’--a bridge that could be quickly assembled during wartime--and an exhibit of art inspired by the genius.
Find out more about activities planned for Italian Heritage Month.
Get details for the bridge building contest on October 26th at Clifton Mansion.
Click here for more information about the exhibit, "Leonardo, When Arts Reach the Sky".