Patterns in Creativity: Leonardo and Newton

Wednesday, December 7 at 7 p.m.

Lecture

$15 Members; $20 Public

Are We There Yet? exemplifies the ways that science and art can complement each other. In this lecture, physicist/artist Bulent Atalay compares and contrasts Leonardo da Vinci and Isaac Newton, underscoring the ways these two geniuses forever altered how we view the world. Atalay is the author of Math and the Mona Lisa (Smithsonian Books, 2004), which Jamie Wyeth hailed as “a masterful examination of the differences and similarities in the sciences and the arts,” and Leonardo's Universe (National Geographic Books, 2009).

Bulent Atalay.

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