DaVinci and the Brain

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Upcoming Lectures


October 19, 2012. National Institute of Health, Potomac, MD.
"Keynote speaker at National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI)"

September 20, 2012 - Howard County Public Library, Ellicott City) MD.
"Conversation on Leonardo da Vinci."
For more information visit (www.hclibrary.org/)


Past Lectures


April 18, 2010 - Getty Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA.
"Conversation on Leonardo da Vinci."
3:00 pm. Carlo Pedretti and Jonathan Pevsner.
For more information visit (www.getty.edu/museum/)

Nov. 19, 2009 - Johns Hopkins University
"The Mind of Leonardo da Vinci: Artist, Scientist, Thinker."
6:30-8:30 p.m., Odyssey program, 910.528.01 Homewood
For more information visit (worchid.hosts.jhmi.edu/Odyssey/index.cfm?Semester=Fall&AcademicYear=09-10&DeptID=52)

November 5, 2009 - Maryland Science Center
"Leonardo da Vinci's Science, Technology, and Art."
7:30 pm. For more information visit (www.mdsci.org/events-calendar/index.html)

Oct. 23, 2009 - Friends of the Johns Hopkins University Libraries, Mason Hall Auditorium, Homewood Campus
"Polymath: Leonardo da Vinci's Life and Legacy."
5:30pm - 7:00pm. Open to the public, reservations requested.
For more information visit (www.library.jhu.edu/friends/events/)

October 6, 2009. Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI.
"The Mind of Leonardo da Vinci." 19th Annual Thompson Lecture

First aired April, 2009. The Discovery Channel.
"Doing DaVinci"

September 27, 2008. The Birmingham Museum of Art.
"Leonardo da Vinci's Science, Technology, and Art."2008 Chenoweth Lecturer.

June 4, 2008. Maryland Community College Association for Continuing Education and Training.
"What would Leonardo do?"Keynote speaker, Ocean City, MD.

April 29, 2008. The Houston Museum of Natural Science.
"Leonardo’s Contributions to Medicine and Neuroscience."

January 24, 2008. Garrett College, McHenry, Maryland.
"Leonardo da Vinci and creativity."Frederick Community College, Frederick,

December 4, 2007. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
"The Mysteries of Leonardo da Vinci."

July 13, 2006. Montgomery College, Germantown, Maryland.
Leonardo da Vinci. Chautauqua 2006: Creativity and Imagination.
Sponsored by the Maryland Humanities Council.

July 12, 2006. Chesapeake College, Wye Mills, Maryland.
Leonardo da Vinci. Chautauqua 2006: Creativity and Imagination.
Sponsored by the Maryland Humanities Council.

July 11, 2006. College of Southern Maryland,
La Plata, Maryland. Leonardo da Vinci. Chautauqua 2006: Creativity and Imagination.
Sponsored by the Maryland Humanities Council.

July 9, 2006. Cecil Community College, Maryland.
Leonardo da Vinci. Chautauqua 2006: Creativity and Imagination.
Sponsored by the Maryland Humanities Council.

July 8, 2006. Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC), Catonsville.
Leonardo da Vinci. Chautauqua 2006: Creativity and Imagination.
Sponsored by the Maryland Humanities Council.

July 7, 2006. Garrett College, McHenry, Maryland.
Leonardo da Vinci. Chautauqua 2006: Creativity and Imagination.
Sponsored by the Maryland Humanities Council.

May 28, 2006. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA.
"Fact and Fiction: Leonardo Beyond the Code."

May 21, 2006. Govans Presbyterian Church, Baltimore.
Leonardo and the Da Vinci Code.

April 13, 2006. National Constitution Center, Philadelphia
Franklin and da Vinci: The World's Renaissance Men

March 13 to April 17, 2006. Six lectures at the Johns Hopkins Odyssey program
(course 910.528) (attendance is full).
The Mind of Leonardo da Vinci: Artist, Scientist, Thinker.

October 6 - 31, 2005. Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, MD
This exhibit brings Leonardo da Vinci to life through an exploration of books describing his manuscripts, paintings, and materials written about him. Dr. Jonathan Pevsner has a collection of over 600 books on the master.

June 19, 2005 - Philadelphia Museum of Art, Van Pelt Auditorium
"Leonardo da Vinci's studies of the brain and soul."

April 17, 2005 - The Getty Art Museum, Los Angeles
"Leonardo da Vinci's studies of the brain and soul."

March 31, 2005 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
"Leonardo da Vinci's studies of the brain and soul."

February 21, 2005 - Carnegie Institution of Washington
"Chromosomal abnormalities underlying mental retardation."

November 19, 2004 - Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond
"Leonardo da Vinci's studies of the brain and soul."

October 21, 2004 - Walters Art Museum, Graham Auditorium
Panel discussion, "Cracking the da Vinci Code: Four Perspectives on a Literary Phenomenon,"

October 15, 2004 - Loyola College in Maryland, Sellinger Hall
"Bioinformatics: Opportunities in Education and Research," panel discussion, Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges in the East (CCSCE).

September 23, 2004 - The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Hurd Hall
"Leonardo da Vinci's studies of the brain and soul."

September 20, 2004 - Johns Hopkins University, Peabody Library
"The art of book collecting," panel discussion sponsored by the Sheridan Libraries.

March 4, 2004 Walters Art Museum Baltimore, MD
Join us as The Walters Art Museum and Kennedy Krieger Institute combine to give you a peak inside Leonardo da Vinci's life and brain. Long recognized for creating some of the world's most famous paintings, this extraordinary man is less known for his scientific contributions, many of which are still being felt today.
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