“Da Vinci on Bleecker: The Last Supper Experience” examines Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture in lower Manhattan. The interactive exhibit spans two floors—the Gallery and Black Box Theater—for social distancing and up-close access. It comprises 32 individual installations and a full-size reproduction of the High Renaissance classic, The Last Supper. Audio accompaniment in English and Spanish walks visitors through the creative choices that gave rise to daVinci’s recreation of Christ’s final meal with His apostles and the announcement of His betrayal. The exhibit runs through Thursday, Dec. 9.