You’re invited to a special event to celebrate Nikola Tesla’s 164th birthday

and benefit virtual education for those in need


Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe Proudly Presents
an IFC Films Production


Featuring a Live Q&A with Ethan Hawke, Kyle MacLachlan, and Michael Almereyda

Sat. July 11, 2020
Online Screening + Drive-in Movie Night at Wardenclyffe

Included with movie tickets OR register separately to attend Pre-Movie Show only at no cost


TSCW is excited to present these talented and dedicated entertainment engineers,

with our warmest thanks for donating their performances in support of virtual education.


8:00 pm ET: Lightning on Demand Livestream
Greg Leyh, builder of the world’s largest Tesla coils, will blast off the show with a live demo of a colossal 17-foot coil PLUS an amazing wireless electricity demo.

8:30 pm ET: ArcAttack! Livestream
Get ready for a dazzling musical spectacle featuring Tesla coils, electric guitars, and stunning visuals! ArcAttack’s electrical tricks and sizzling music make this totally unique summer entertainment.


TSCW is honored to host a special advance screening of the IFC Films movie TESLA, featuring a live Q&A with writer and director, Michael Almereyda, and actors Ethan Hawke and Kyle MacLachlan.
We are profoundly grateful to our friends at IFC Films and Mr. Hawke, Mr. MacLachlan, and Mr. Almereyda for sharing this moment with our supporters and shining a spotlight on how we can work together to provide accessible, affordable elearning for those in need.

9:00-10:30 pm ET: TESLA Movie
Drive-in at Wardenclyffe + Online Screening

10:30 pm ET:  Q&A Livestream
with Actors Ethan Hawke & Kyle MacLachlan
Director Michael Almereyda

Drive-in Movie Night at Wardenclyffe = $150 per Vehicle
Online Movie Screening = $100 per Ticket

Proceeds from every ticket purchase help provide virtual education programs for those in critical need.

THANK YOU for your generous support!

STEAMY Days of Summer

Join us for an uplifting summer of indoor/outdoor programs for all ages with a special focus: to benefit virtual education. This summer, you can make a difference while enjoying the season. Proceeds from STEAMY Days of Summer will be used to develop critically needed virtual education for those impacted by covid19.

Thank you for supporting TSCW’s mission to develop the site of Nikola Tesla’s last remaining laboratory into a transformative global science center that embraces his bold spirit of invention, provides innovative learning experiences, fosters the advancement of new technologies, and preserves his legacy in the Tesla Museum.



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