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Tibor Spitz

  • BBLA at Bohemian National Hall 321 East 73rd Street New York, NY, 10021 (map)

Screening of a documentary film Tibor Spitz (2015, 42 min, in Slovak with English subtitles) presenting a unique Slovak-American artist and scientist.   

 Born in Dolny Kubin in 1929, Tibor Spitz survived the Holocaust as a teenager. Later, he earned his PhD in chemistry. After escaping from communist Czechoslovakia in 1968, he worked as a scientist and engineer in glass, ceramic, and hi-tech industry. He is an inventor, author of numerous patents and publications, a motivational lecturer, and an internationally published artist.

 Mr. Spitz will be present for Q&A. Light refreshments. 

Free and open to the public. Suggested donation $5. Seats are limited, on first-come, first-served basis. RSVP online at Eventbrite.

 This event is organized by Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences New York, with support by BBLA, in cooperation with Consulate General of Slovakia in New York.

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