Volume 73, Number 39 | January 28 - February 03, 2004



Kennedys convene to honor Edwin Schlossberg

At the National Arts Club’s Gold Medal Awards Dinner on Jan. 12, the club honored Edwin Schlossberg, the artist and designer, who designed the Learning Environment at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, the American Family Immigration History Center at Ellis Island and the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center in Washington, D.C. In photo above, Edwin Schlossberg, third from left, and his wife, Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg, second from right; were joined by Victoria Kennedy, at far left, and her husband Senator Ted Kennedy, at far right; Aldon James, Arts Club president, second from left; and Diane Bernhard, chairperson of the Arts Club’s Exhibitions Committee, third from right.


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