We are currently working on a webinar. We have over 7,000 documents pertaining to Tesla in our database from all over the world and many documents are from experts within the field of Tesla’s work and life. We are currently working with those individuals to create interviews which will be visible to 1,000 people and later our website as well as “youtube.”
The traveling exhibition: We have invitations to many places to organize Tesla exhibits and we have great material but are working further to get new material. More about the traveling exhibit can be seen at www.NikolaTeslaClub.com
Tesla Center Philadelphia: We are having a dialogue with the City of Philadelphia and various institutions in order to obtain a location for a “Tesla Center.” If we are unable to do that, we will seek private investors. The center would have exhibition halls, a library, a book store, a laboratory and other areas. More information is at www.NikolaTeslaClub.com
Our satellite locations: By working with other cities we have opened Tesla Clubs globally, in Chicago, USA, Bogota, Columbia, and Zemun, Serbia. We have an additional 20 cities waiting for our approval. For that we need greater organization and our Club/Organization in Zemun, Serbia will work on Tesla’s global net working program.
Zemun: We opened a laboratory in Zemun which will also be the communication center for all worldwide Tesla fans. The Serbs have published over 100 great books on Tesla and have a great number of artists who did beautiful work. Many scientists and inventors have continued research on Tesla’s projects and are achieving significant results. We have laid a solid foundation for collaborating with them as well as many scientists across the globe.
The Tesla Inventors Symposium in March: We are working on detailed preparations with the Mraz Corporation in Munich, Germany.
Nikola Tesla 70th Year Commemorative Conference Sunday and Monday
Sunday, January 6, 2013
Extraordinary life of Nikola TeslaProgram to include Tesla's life in art, fil, music and literatur. Updates on Wardencliffe project and Awards Ceremony
Monday, January 7, 2013
Nikola Tesla's Work: Past, Present and FutureScientific lectures and demonstrations