Interactive design pioneer Edwin Schlossberg will give a multimedia presentation on several of his signature projects, including the Ellis Island American Family Immigration History Center and the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center, in the Klitgord Center Auditorium at New York City College of Technology on Thursday, May 1, at 1pm. The public is invited to this free event. Schlossberg, who made his mark on interactive design more than 25 years ago when he created the nation's first hands-on ...

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