Renaissance man Leonardo da Vinci – creator of works including the “Mona Lisa,” “The Vitruvian Man” and “The Last Supper” – is coming to Albuquerque.
The New Mexico Museum of Natural History Foundation and the Department of Cultural Affairs are bringing the renowned “DaVinci – The Genius” exhibit to Albuquerque. Running from February 10 through July 29, 2018 at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, it’s the most comprehensive traveling exhibition on Leonardo da Vinci ever assembled.
Join NMAMA for a special Italian luncheon at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, as we peek behind the scenes of this groundbreaking exhibit – including what it took to bring it to Albuquerque, and how it’s being promoted. Sherri L. Wells, president/executive director of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History Foundation, will discuss:
When: Thursday, October 26, 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Where: New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
1801 Mountain Road NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
Cost: $25 AMA Members (must be a current AMA member)
$40 Non-member guests
RSVP & Payment: Please click the link below to register:
About Sherri L. Wells
Sherri L. Wells was named executive director of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History Foundation in September 2016. Her leadership experience includes executive planning, administration, communication, marketing and fund development for non-profits and for-profit entities, including a national business publication. Having served on a multitude of boards in New Mexico, Seattle, and Atlanta, she has notable experience with startup and turn around businesses, departments and new products.
Sherri is dedicated to the Foundation’s mission of advancing and supporting lifelong learning and cultural enrichment in New Mexico. The Foundation works with the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science to develop dynamic programs and services to fit the ever-changing needs of the community and audience. “As science education becomes increasingly important to Albuquerque’s and New Mexico’s competitiveness, the Foundation and the Museum are partnering to develop STEM classrooms of the future,” Sherri says.
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