A Man From The Future
This exhibition was born as an idea of the Serbian Youth Cultural Association (Associazione Culturale Giovanile Serba - ACGS). It is promoted by the General Consulate of the Republic of Serbia in Trieste and realized in collaboration with the Nikola Tesla Museum from Belgrade.
The technical-scientific exhibition, which is conceived as a one-of-a-kind project, aims to show the life and work of the great Serbian genius, one of the greatest inventors of the twentieth century.
In honor of Tesla, the great inventor and scientist, this exhibition will very symbolically be held in Trieste - the "City of Science". This is precisely where one can feel a reflection of the multicultural spirit and the atmosphere that was also a characteristic mark of the time and places in which Tesla lived and created.
18th September - 10th October 2021
Magazzino 26, Porto Vecchio, Trieste
Monday - Friday: 09:00-13:00 and 16:00-20:00 - non-guided visits
Saturday - Sunday: 9:00-21:00 - reservations are required to book a guided tour in Italian
Requests for school/university groups, special request tours or guided tours in English or Serbo-Croatian, must be submitted via an email to email@example.com
INFO AND RESERVATIONS:
The exhibition includes a display of various installations in the form of working models of Tesla's inventions, along with panels and digital content (archival footage, audio recordings and multimedia presentations).
The organization offers guided tours which consist of detailed explanations and experiments of the different models.
There is parking available at Magazzino 26. Within a 5-minute walk range are the Trieste Centrale railway station (and a dense network of bus lines) or bus station Miramare 77 which can be reached with bus line n°6.
Saturday, September 18th, 18:00-20:00, Serbian-Orthodox Community Hall in via Genova 12 (booking necessary):
Friday, September 24th, 19:00, Sala Lutazzi - Magazzino 26 (booking necessary):
Play: The Light of a Genius by Ksenija Martinovic
Saturday, September 25th, 19:00, Serbian-Orthodox Community Hall in via Genova 12 (booking necessary):
Friday, October 1st, 18:00-20:00, Sala Lutazzi - Magazzino 26 (booking necessary):
Saturday, October 2nd, 19:00, Serbian-Orthodox Community Hall in via Genova 12 (booking necessary):
Saturday, October 2nd, 20:00, Serbian-Orthodox Community Hall in via Genova 12 (booking necessary):
Traditional Serbian music and singing by the Cultural Association Pontes-Mostovi; refreshments with the Serbian Cultural Association Vuk Karadzic
Saturday, October 9th, 19:00, Serbian-Orthodox Community Hall in via Genova 12 (booking necessary):
Art exhibition - artwork by selected Trieste artists:
"Tesla: a Man from the Future"
N.B. Event times may be subject to change.
INFO AND RESERVATIONS:
The Serbian Youth Cultural Association (Associazione Culturale Giovanile Serba - ACGS) from Trieste was founded on September 18th, 2017, with the aim to promote culture, integration, and education among young people from the Serbian community, and wider.
The association strives to establish innovation processes, intending to plan and implement cultural initiatives, aimed not only at the growth of territorial competitiveness and progress, but also on forms of social cohesion and inclusion at the local level.
The Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade was founded in 1952, and in 1955 it was opened to the public. It contains Tesla’s legacy that counts more than 200.000 personal objects, documents, writings, drawings and patents. The funerary urn with the ashes of Nikola Tesla was transferred to the Museum in 1957, and has remained there since.
In 2003, UNESCO included Tesla’s archive in the Memory of the World Register, as part of the documentary heritage of mankind, which represents
the highest form of protection of a cultural property.
In addition to museological activities within the institution, the Nikola Tesla Museum has been organizing guest exhibitions around the world for many years with great success. Only in 2018, 2019 and 2020, exhibitions were organized in China, Japan, Cyprus, Greece and Italy, with a significant number of visitors and public response.
In this regard, the museum has developed a professional team whose main task is to set up an exhibition and train the staff of the host organizers to guide visitors through the exhibition and handle working models.