Learn all about Leonardo da Vinci in Science World's new exhibit
Most people associate Leonardo da Vinci primarily with his renowned paintings The Last Supper and Mona Lisa, but this epitome of the Renaissance man was also a gifted sculptor, mathematician, botanist, scientist and writer, among other things. Learn more in Da Vinci—The Genius, at Science World at Telus World of Science to Sep. 3.—Sheri Radford
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Da Vinci--The Genius at MTS Centre Exhibition Hall.
To OCTOBER 23 Leonardo Da Vinci’s incredible body of work as an inventor, artist, anatomist, sculptor, engineer, musician and architect is brought to life in Da Vinci—The Genius. This touring exhibition examines the full scope of this brilliant Renaissance man’s work from full-scale machines invented in his notebooks to reproductions of his most famous art to anatomical sketches, drawings and interactive 3-D presentations. Don’t miss the “Secrets of Mona Lisa” section, which features the work of French engineer Pascal Cotte. His advanced camera work virtually peels away layers of varnish, uncovering how the Mona Lisa looked as she was originally painted. MTS Centre Exhibition Hall, 311 Portage Ave, 780-3333 or click here for tickets.