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exhibit and conceptual designer

Edwin Arthur Schlossberg, American exhibit and conceptual designer. Recipient citation of merit Municipal Arts Society New York, 1978, certified for design excellence Print Casebooks, 1980, 85, 90, Excellence award Industrial Designers Society of America, 1990, Truevision Certified Technology Excellence, 1989.


Schlossberg, Edwin Arthur was born on July 19, 1945 in New York City. Son of Alfred and Mae (Hirsch) Schlossberg.


Bachelor, Columbia University, 1967. Master of Arts in Science and Literature, Columbia University, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy in Science and Literature, Columbia University, l97l.


Exhibit designer Brooklyn Children's Museum, 1976-1977. Founder, owner, principal designer Edwin Schlossberg Incorporated, New York York City, since 1977. Designer The Innovation Station at Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Michigan, Discover World, Canton, Ohio, The Siteguide Interactive Directory Systems at World Finance Center, New York City, others.

Chairman museum and exhibits committee J.F. Kennedy Library., Boston, since 1988. Instructor department design California Institute Arts, Valencia, 1970. Lecturer department urban planning Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, 1973.

Artist-in-residence University Illinois, Urbana, 1974. Lecturer arts administration program Columbia University School Arts, 1980-1981.



Board of directors New York City Outward Bound Center, since 1989, World Game Institute, Philadelphia;member of advisory committee National Science Foundation, Washington. Board advisors Center for Applied Ethology and Human-Animal Interaction, Purdue University.


Married Caroline B. Kennedy, July 19, 1986. Children: Rose K., Tatiana K.

Alfred Schlossberg

Mae (Hirsch) Schlossberg

Caroline B. Kennedy

Rose K. Schlossberg

Tatiana K. Schlossberg