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Da Vinci – The Genius exhibit at Museum of Science (opens Oct. 23)

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When: Opens Oct. 23, 2016 Where: Museum of Science — 1 Science Park, Boston, MA Rediscover the legacy of Leonardo da Vinci in the most comprehensive exhibition on the Renaissance master to tour the world. Created by Grande Exhibitions with the assistance of the Museo Leonardo da Vinci in Rome and a number of experts in Italy and France, this exhibition brings to life the genius of Leonardo as an inventor, artist, scientist, anatomist, engineer, architect, sculptor, and philosopher. Working from Leonardo’s codices, Italian artisans have faithfully crafted interactive and life-size machine inventions, including the first concepts of a car, ...

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Italian Madrigal Festival at UMass Amherst

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When: April 16-17, 2016 Where: UMass Amherst UMass Amherst Assistant Professor Emiliano Ricciardi has organized a one-of-a-kind two-day festival focusing on the Italian musical compositions popular during the Renaissance and early Baroque eras. The program includes symposiums, talks, concerts and more. (Click here for event’s official page) Schedule: Saturday, April 16 Scholarly Symposium UMass Renaissance Center, 650 E. Pleasant St, Amherst (Google map) Paper Sessions (all day), Performance (10:30am), Exhibit (1-2pm) Free, please REGISTER: renaissance@english.umass.edu or 413-577-3603 Include your name, contact info and if you are bringing a guest. Renaissance Center website Renaissance Center, Conferences webpage 8:55am: Welcome by Arthur ...

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Renaissance Master Carlo Crivelli on Display at Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

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When: October 22, 2015 – January 25, 2016 Where: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum — 25 Evans Way, Boston MA Ornament and Illusion is the first monographic exhibition dedicated to Renaissance painter Carlo Crivelli in the United States. The Gardner’s newly conserved Saint George Slaying the Dragon is the touchstone for a two-part installation. The first reunites four of six surviving panels from Crivelli’s Porto San Giorgio altarpiece, of which the Gardner painting is a fragment. The second features 20 of Crivelli’s most important works from Europe and the U.S. Together, they will introduce visitors to the artist’s repertoire of dazzling ...

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