Artists are inquisitive, imaginative and innovative – they are problem solvers, lateral thinkers and visionaries.
Taking the Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing exhibition as a springboard, this series of illustrated talks will explore how artists from many time periods have pushed and narrowed the boundaries between the fine arts, science, technology and design.
This is a series of ten lectures which take place on consecutive Tuesdays, from the 29 January to 2 April. Ticket cost for the whole lecture series is £50. Lectures will be taking place in the Ulster Museum lecture theatre.