Leonardo’s Lab: Leonardo talks also to the little ones
During IMAGINING THE FUTURE, a fun interactive exhibit will allow children to explore some of Leonardo’s designs and ideas through building and sketching activities.
The workshops for children are developed by the Carnegie Science Center and brought to the MLK Library by the DC Public Library Foundation.
Leonardo was a man who wanted to imagine a better future for everyone, an Italian genius and artist who left traces in his drawings showing a new and different way to think about the world, open to all paths with unknown intuition toward the beauty.
When he made some mistakes he tried again and again to achieve what he had in his mind: he invented incredible things like writing from right to left so that ink wouldn’t get on the paper.
Workshops will enable children to experience the creation of an artifact that anticipates today’s technologies and to feel the strength and the courage of someone who imagined a future that would be better for all. Like the men and women who, with their firms, make their country great, beyond common borders.
Leonardo’s Lab will take place at the Children’s Area of the MLK Library, Floor 2, East
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