da Vinci Talks: at the Cell Block Theatre in November
On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death, and to coincide with the Louvre’s blockbuster exhibition about the artist, Agenda is partnering with the National Art School to invite you to a three-part series of talks about European art history.
Your host and presenter will be Paris-based art commentator, Jacques Le Roux. Over three nights, he will talk about Leonardo da Vinci, the iconic Notre Dame de Paris and the three masters of the Renaissance – Leonardo, Michelangelo and Rafael.
The da Vinci Talk Series
Cell Block Theatre, National Art School
Tuesday 26 to Thursday 28 November 2019
Tuesday 26 November
Llearn how Leonardo da Vinci’s life and forward thinking still resonate with our time.
Wednesday 27 November
The Notre Dame Talk will look back on the extraordinary fate of the most iconic monument from the Middle Ages, Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral, and reveal its impact on the collective psyche.
Thursday 28 November
Dig deeper with the Renaissance Talk on the Renaissance masters – Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael – and discover how these artists embody various approaches to entrepreneurship and work ethic.
A Q&A session led by Matthew Westwood, arts correspondent of The Australian newspaper, will round off the talks.
The da Vinci Talks are in English, they are open to all and made for everyone. Join us to discover the legacy of these great European figures.