Pascal Cotte, from Paris to Peoria: Meet the Scientist who Decoded the 'Mona Lisa'

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Meet the scientist, featured in the PBS NOVA special, who decoded Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa"! 

Fri, Feb 7 | 6 pm

Giant Screen Theater, Grand Lobby

Featuring a special introductory interview by Ed Sutkowski.

Coming all the way from Paris, meet renowned scientific engineer, examiner, and photographer of fine art, Pascal Cotte, the man who decoded the "Mona Lisa". Learn about the process he invented to photograph the "Mona Lisa", his experiences with Da Vinci's famed work of art, and much more as he shares his story in Peoria's Giant Screen Theater. Pascal Cotte was featured in the PBS "NOVA" special, "Decoding da Vinci."

Reception with light refreshments and a book signing to follow in the Grand Lobby.

$10 Members | $15 Public

Pascal Cotte's book, "Lumière on the Mona Lisa, Leonardo Da Vinci: Hidden Portraits : Multispectral Studies," will be available to order at the lecture.

Limited books available for purchase on the night of the lecture.