(1519 - 2019)
Genre: Documentary, ArtDuration: 150 min (inclusive of pre-show talk)Language: English
Screening Hall: BLUEROOM
Co-presented with Corcovado Arts
Commemorating the 500 anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death, this special Film & Talk session will explore the life and achievements of the world’s most celebrated artist, discussing his most iconic paintings and exploring his other achievements in science and engineering. The Renaissance Genius died in 1519 leaving behind one of Europe's richest legacies in the many disciplines he mastered.
Featuring a screening of the documentary “Leonardo: From the National Gallery, London” by award-winning producer Phil Grabsky and a pre-show talk with guest speaker and lecturer Dr Sian Jay, will provide an in-depth look into the Masterpieces of the polymath thinker.
7.30pm to 8:15pm (Pre-show talk & sharing with Dr Sian Jay )
8:15pm to 9:45pm (Film screening)
$18 - Standard
$16 - Concession (Student/NSF/Senior 55 yrs & Above) (Valid Concession ID must be presented at the door)
Important ticketing note:
This screening event is NOT valid for Projector gift pack voucher redemptions or Projector Fan/Student/Senior club membership tickets
About the guest speaker
Dr. Jay is an Oxford educated anthropologist with a passionate interest in art, architecture and design history. Formerly a researcher in the departments of Ethnography and Oriental Antiquities at the British Museum in London, and an Editor for the Macmillan Dictionary of Art, she is now based in Singapore. She has taught at LASALLE College of the Arts since 2000 running Diploma and BA courses on the History of Art, Design and Architecture, as well as teaching classes on the history and anthropology of the theatre.
About Corcovado Arts
Corcovado Arts aims to establish itself as a centre for discussion and dissemination of knowledge with art lovers and enthusiasts. They curate special courses and talks lectured by seasoned professors.