THE FULL MOON ARTS CENTER

                             Hosts An Electrifying Presentation with Jane Alcorn,                                 

Board President of the Tesla Science Center

Sunday, December 15, 2019

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The FULL MOON ARTS CENTER is pleased to bring to the community this informative and fascinating presentation about the history and genius of Nikola Tesla. This event will take place at our spacious gallery, located at 6 Moriches Avenue, East Moriches, New York, 11940, on Sunday, December 15, 2019, at 1 PM. This presentation, along with the Art as Gift exhibition will be free and open to the public.

Jane Alcorn, Board President of the Tesla Science Center will explain how Nikola Tesla’s patents and innovations led to radios, televisions, remote controls and the alternating current system, as well as 21st century wireless technologies. With Nikola Tesla being featured in the new film Current Wars, this intriguing talk couldn’t be more…well, current.

“The Full Moon Arts Center hopes to impact our community with engaging events and creative exhibitions. We look forward to seeing you there,” said Ronnie Wiener, founder of the Full Moon Arts Center.

The Full Moon Arts Center’s exhibition, Art As Gift will be open Saturdays and Sundays, 12-4 and by appointment from December 7-22. For more information on the event and the exhibit visit: www.fullmoonartscenter.org email: info@fullmoonartscenter.org or call 631- 909-4908.

 

The Full Moon Arts Center, housed in an 1865 renovated barn and stable, came into existence in 2005 under the inspiration and leadership of conceptual artist Ronnie Wiener, with the express intent of creating a space and environment to allow artists of varying disciplines to create visionary work. Whether art, music, dance, performing arts or poetry, the vision then and now is to allow the spirit of free and unencumbered ideas to flourish, and then to present the result of that effort to the community at large. Today, 13 years later, still under the influence and creative vision of its original founder, Ronnie has welcomed a new group of East End artists to pursue their individual visions in the same collaborative environment.

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