Skellig Foundation Da Vinci Project: Creativity for Sustainability (2020, France)
Pathways for the Future
On the 500th Anniversary of Da Vinci’s death, the Skellig Foundation Da Vinci Project 2019 brings together artists, environmentalists, scientists and scholars from different disciplines to re-examine the method of Da Vinci as we look for a means to reset Modernity and build pathways to the Planet of the Future.
Workshop participants (and contributing senior academics, industrial professionals, and artists) will be asked just one question: ”What solutions would Leonardo suggest now to world leaders in the face of the existential challenges arising from rapidly changing global climatic conditions?”
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Vinci had what Walter Isaacson describes as “The widest and most exuberant curiosity of any other creative genius in history” (52 INSIGHTS)
FUNDING IS STILL NEEDED FOR THE PROJECT
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