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First Look: The Leonardo


The Leonardo executive director Peter Giles said in a press conference early today that the soon-to-be open museum "can not be put into one box." He then showed the small crowd how true that statement was.---

Giles further explained that the exhibits will "make viewers become engaged" by placing them at the center of many interactive works of art. The museum features exhibits focused on the intersection of art, technology and science, and the brief moments I spent with each offering were exciting and engaging.

The museum will finally open its doors to the general public Saturday, Oct. 8. For more information, visit its Website. For now, here's a sneak-peak slideshow of The Leonardo.