Renaissance Late at the National Gallery

Renaissance Late at the National Gallery

The National Gallery held a Renaissance-inspired late Friday night with Renaissance Selfies in Room 57 where you were offered makeovers wearing costumes from the1400s &1500s. Also, calligraphy workshops where you could try your hand at the handwriting in the letters shared by Michelangelo and Sebastiano. Any have-a-go-artists were encouraged to visit the Vitruvian Village in Room 34 for drawing exercises where you used Leonardo da Vinci’s Vitruvian man anatomical formula to create a model of yourself. Pop-up renaissance events happening all over the gallery. 

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