• NIKOLA TESLA CONFERENCE 2019

    The New Yorker Hotel

    MORNING SESSION 09:00 am REGISTRATION 10:00 am Keynote Address – Mirjana Živković, Consul General of The Republic of Serbia 10:15 am TSF Progress Report & Short-Term Plan – Milan Kostić, Executive Director, TSF 10:30 am Nikola Tesla The Movie – Matthew Scarboro, Co-Founder, EZImaginations 10:45 am Nikola Tesla and Humanity – Pavel Sfera, Poet, Aspiring Novelist, Humanitarian 11:00 am Youth and Nikola Tesla – Aleksej Milić, 13 year old Guest, Serbia 11:08 am Delphine Tesla Music Intro and Overview – Delphine Tesla, Musician 11:12 am Nikola Tesla as Inspiration – Achilleas Kentonis, Innovation Mentor – Multidisciplinary Artist and Scientist, Cyprus 11:15 am BREAK 11:30 am Tesla & Humanity’s Missing Paradigm Shift – Mark Passio, Radio Talk Show Host 11:45 am “Tesla – Past, Present and Future” – Milovan Matić, Author 12:00 pm Starting a Tesla Club – Ashley Redfearn, Director of Education, TSF 12:15 pm Tesla Symphony Program – Alejandro Sanchez Navarro, Composer and Conductor, Mexico 12:30 pm LUNCH AND NETWORKING with Video Content AFTERNOON SESSION 02:00 pm Miloje Popović, Former Director of XYU Cultural Center in NY 02:15 pm Nikola Tesla Business Records – Elise Ackerman, Journalist 02:30 pm Progress Report – Marc Alessi, Executive Director, Tesla Science Center 02:45 pm Sisatovac Project – Nikola Lonchar, Founder and President, TSF 03:00 pm Sustainable Live House Project – Robert Meyer, President, TSF Arizona 03:15 pm Adventures from the Future – Inspired by Tesla – Helena Bulaja Madunic, Artist and Storyteller 03:30 pm BREAK 04:00 pm Progress Report – Vic Djurdjevic, President, Nikola Tesla Educational Corp, Canada 04:15 pm Tesla Productions – Charlotte Brown, Producer, 311 Studio Productions 04:30 pm Progress Report – Nicholas A Baio, President, TSF New York 04:45 pm Panel Discussion, Nikola Tesla and Education Moderator: Ashley Redfearn, TSF Director of Education Panel Participants: – Milovan Matić, Author, “Tesla – Past, Present and Future” – Harry Oung, Director of Science, TSF – Brian Yetzer, Art Director, TSF – Mano Divina, Music Director, TSF – Craig Do’Vidio, Director, Tesla TALK.TV, TSF – Dr. John Cambridge, Entomologist 05:30 pm DINNER AND NETWORKING with Video Content EVENING SESSION 07:00 pm Poet of Electricity – James Jaeger, Film Producer, Tesla TALK.TV, TSF 07:10 pm Niko Tesla Film – Tesla Ambassadors, Australia 07:15 pm Tesla and Pupin: Film Reconciliation is Key – Sava Sajko, Producent 07:30 pm Tesla Symphony Program – Alejandro Sanchez Navarro, Composer and Conductor 08:00 pm Tesla’s People – Zeljko Mirkovic, Film Producer, Tesla TALK.TV, TSF 08:15 pm Why NIKOLA TESLA is a Mind from the FUTURE – Helena Bulaja Madunic, Artist and Storyteller 08:45 pm Award Presentation Lana Asanin, Program Presenter Kevin Wood, Director of Events and PR Manager Milica N. Savic, Director of Art & Technology Art Exhibition: Mariana Moreno, Mexico Bogdan Miscević Sandra Nikoletić Family Lončar Private Collection Foundation Laza Kostic – Tesla – Pupin Students of Tacony Academy Charter School, Philadelphia Reconciliation and friendship inspired by Tesla Pupin Tower in Serbia Organized and supported by Tesla Science Foundation and Consulate General of The Republic of Serbia, New York PROGRAM ORGANIZER RESERVES RIGHTS TO PROGRAM CHANGES [masked] Nikola Lonchar/Никола Лончар President / Founder Tesla Science Foundation Skype:Nikola.Loncar32 Phone:[masked]

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  • NOON YEAR'S EVE BASH

    The Franklin Institute

    Museum-wide Families Public Members Ring in the New Year early this year as The Franklin Institute counts down to an explosive pre-launch to 2019. Celebrate with fiery live science shows, magic milk firework experiments, make-and-take noisemakers, plus live shows on the Science of Fireworks, and other surprises — all well before midnight on New Year's Eve. Plus, when the clock strikes NOON, what better way to close out 2018 and welcome in the New Year than with a massive ball pit explosion! NOON Year's Eve Bash at The Franklin Institute includes: NOON! Explosive countdown to the (early) New Year with a ball pit explosion! "The Science of Fireworks" Live show Astronomy-related activity to mark the Earth's rotation Make-and-take noisemakers Solar observing in the Joel N. Bloom Observatory (weather permitting) 3D printing demonstrations in the Tech Studio Magic milk fireworks Ticket Prices: Included with General Museum Admission

  • SCIENCE AFTER HOURS

    The Franklin Institute

    Get in the spirit of the season with some strange science. From the fireplace mantle to the cabinet of curiosities, our halls are decked with boughs of holly and folly for the scientific soiree of the season. Filled to the brim with crafts, carols, and explosive demonstrations—this night will leave you hankering for the holidays! Holiday Bizarre activities include: What’s in the Gift Box? Dissection Special Twisted Tinkering ornament making Performances by “One Man Band” Winter Solstice stellar observing Photo ops with Krampus, St. Nick’s darker counterpart Seasonal screen-printing and craft making This is a 21+ event. Due to the popularity of this event, we strongly recommend that you purchase tickets in advance as capacity is limited and may sell out.

  • Tesla's life and work

    Berkeley Stereo

    Nikola Lonchar has had a strong interest in learning about Tesla from an early age, spending the past 60 years familiarizing himself with the great inventor's life and work. As a child, Nikola even had the opportunity to know a personal friend of Tesla, and lived in close proximity to the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade. This presentation will focus on some of the lesser known details about Tesla's life and work. Additionally, the presentation will engage the audience with the theme of how to correct the injustice and error of Tesla having been left out of much of American History. The presentation will attempt to paint a world without Tesla's contributions so that it is clear how much our modern lives rely on his great work. The floor will also be open for questions in order to facilitate engaging discussions about this topic.

  • Tesla's life and work

    Berkeley Stereo

    Nikola Lonchar has had a strong interest in learning about Tesla from an early age, spending the past 60 years familiarizing himself with the great inventor's life and work. As a child, Nikola even had the opportunity to know a personal friend of Tesla, and lived in close proximity to the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade. This presentation will focus on some of the lesser known details about Tesla's life and work. Additionally, the presentation will engage the audience with the theme of how to correct the injustice and error of Tesla having been left out of much of American History. The presentation will attempt to paint a world without Tesla's contributions so that it is clear how much our modern lives rely on his great work. The floor will also be open for questions in order to facilitate engaging discussions about this topic.

  • Tesla Community Night at Franklin Institute

    The Franklin Institute

    we will show new Tesla experiments

  • Tesla Science Foundation Board Meeting

    Free Library of Philadelphia (main branch)

    Tesla Science Foundation Board Meeting Time: 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm Location: Free Library of Philadelphia 1901 Vine Street Room 405 Philadelphia, PA 19103 (between 19th and 20th Streets on the Parkway)[masked] Agenda: 1. Analysis of Work 2. Solutions of inactive members 3. Admission of new members 4. Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct 5. Grant writing fundraising 6. Planning of the January conference (books, drama, TeslaTalk.TV) 7. Plan program for[masked]. Miscellaneous For more information, contact Nikola Lonchar[masked] or [masked] Skype:Nikola.Loncar32 Or[masked]

  • Tesla Community Night,

    The Franklin Institute

    New music Tesla coill, Brian Yetzer will shows Nikola Tesla as augmented reality.