The exhibit, “Da Vinci — Inventions”, created by Grand Exhibitions, showcases recreations of Leonardo da Vinci’s famous works. According to Union News Daily, the exhibit has already visited Italy, Sweden, Germany, the United Kingdom and the Philippines. “Da Vinci — Inventions” is currently being displayed at Kean University’s Liberty Hall Academic Center until April 12.
The exhibit features interactive recreations of drawings and inventions, with 16 stations spread across 6,000-square-feet. The work being highlighted includes musical instruments, Renaissance polymath’s inventions, reproductions of “Mona Lisa” and “The Last Supper” and more.
The exhibit is free for Kean students and school groups. All other guests can visit www.kean.edu/davinci to reserve their tickets in advance. General admission is $15 for adults and $5 for children under 13.
Visit https://www.kean.edu/news/da-vinci-inventions-exhibit-open-kean-university for more information.