Da Vinci - Inventions
Experience Leonardo da Vinci's vision firsthand as a world-class master meets world-class education at Kean University.
A hands-on Da Vinci -- Inventions exhibition featuring a complete depiction of the original renaissance man was open to the public from January 25, 2020 to April 12, 2020 at Kean’s Liberty Hall Academic Center.
An icon who profoundly influenced international culture and more, Leonardo da Vinci and his vision lives in everything from plane flights to portraits. Da Vinci -- Inventions examines his sketches and paintings, and brings the machines he invented on paper to life, welcoming visitors to witness the full extent of his prolific greatness.
Discover the inherent connections between science, math and art through Leonardo’s eyes by observing recreations of over 60 of his most important inventions. A tank, submarine, helicopter and dozens of other mechanical marvels will occupy the 6,000-square-foot exhibition hall at the Liberty Hall Academic Center, transforming the contemporary space into a timeless tribute to his brilliance.
Visitors engaged with the European genius’ vital contributions to the development of modern technology and medicine before immersing in the beauty of Leonardo’s immortal artistry. The exhibit also demonstrated how the complexity of his life aided his work and expanded his creativity in every stroke of masterpieces such as the Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, Portrait of a Young Man and more.
Over 20 extensive fine arts studies, and dozens of stunning portrait displays were presented in spectacular detail to inspire onlookers.