NewsArts & Culture / April 30, 2020

The DaVinci Pursuit -- A 'Museum Without Walls' -- Is Creating New Ways To Offer Programming

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The daVinci Pursuit founder and CEO, Mark Kesling - Courtesy Mark Kesling

The daVinci Pursuit founder and CEO, Mark Kesling

Courtesy Mark Kesling

The COVID-19 crisis is helping many of us experience and appreciate the outdoors in new ways. Indianapolis nonprofit The daVinci Pursuit is a “museum without walls” offering a variety of art and science programs to neighborhoods -- outdoors.

WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke via Zoom with its founder and CEO, Mark Kesling about how The daVinci Pursuit creates new ways to offer its unique programming for large groups of people, individuals and families online.

The daVinci Pursuit's website offers free art and science challenges for all ages, as well as guides to local art, nature and river walks.

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