May 2, 2019 marks the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death in Amboise, France. Marvel at the brilliance of one of history’s most formidable artists and thinkers, and join four inspiring lecturers over two hours as they discuss the life and legacies of Leonardo da Vinci.
Professor Louise Marshall, University of Sydney Department of Art History
'Leonardo’s inventive imagery'
Professor Francesco Borghesi, University of Sydney, Department of Italian
'Leonardo and folly'
Dr. Michael Hill, Head of Art History and Theory, National Art School
'Large and small worlds – Leonardo’s drawing of the 'Vitruvian Man’
Professor Lisa Beaven, University of Melbourne
'Leonardo and the depiction of emotion'
Morning tea provided.
Program Partner: Istituto Italiano di Cultura - Cultural Office of the Consulate General of Italy.