Event Title
Art History Lectures: Leonardo
Name Athenaeum Music & Arts Library
Address 1008 Wall St, La Jolla, California, 92037
City La Jolla
State CA
Zip 92037
Opening Hours
Location North County Coastal
Telephone 858-454-5872
Email lrossner@ljathenaeum.org
Web Site http://www.ljathenaeum.org/art-history-lectures
Contact Lidia Rossner  
Fee $14 for members / $19 for nonmembers
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 2-14-2019   Ends On 2-14-2019
Opening Days
Opening Time 7:30 P.M.
Event Description The Athenaeum welcomes back art historian Linda Blair with a new lecture series: “Leonardo.” For many years Blair has been one of the Athenaeum’s most popular speakers. Due to popular demand the same lecture is being offered two nights per week. See our website for details. How can we stretch our mere mortal minds to grasp Leonardo da Vinci’s genius in so many areas—science and art, engineering, mathematics, optics, geology, anatomy? The lecture series will cover the times and events leading up to Leonardo and then examine his life and works in detail. The lecture on Feb 11 and Feb 14 is titled "Conclusion and Connoisseurship." The ancient Greeks believed that if one excelled beyond all others, he must have been personally chosen by the gods. If one ran the fastest footrace, sculpted the finest statue, wrote the winning drama, it was because the gods entered the athlete’s body, whispered in the playwright’s ears, guided the sculptor’s chisel. The gods touched Leonardo da Vinci.
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Event Title
Lecture by Colin Marshall, The Urban Future on Film
Address SDSU Campus
City San Diego
State California
Zip 92182
Opening Hours
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 619-501-6370
Email sdsudtg@gmail.com
Web Site http://art.sdsu.edu/
Contact Chantel Paul  
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 2-14-2019   Ends On 2-14-2019
Opening Days
Opening Time : A.M.
Event Description Colin Marshall is a film and urban historian who has written extensively on cinema and urban culture. He will speak about how the films Blade Runner and Her constructed future cities, using Los Angeles to recreate the past, to portray the present, and most memorably to envision the future. Marshall splits his time between Seoul, South Korea and Los Angeles, California.
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