See Edwin Schlossberg Named 2020 SEGD Fellow at Upcoming Ceremony
Posted June 18, 2020
The Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) has announced that ESI Design’s founder, Edwin Schlossberg, is the 2020 SEGD Fellow. The SEGD Fellow Award recognizes an individual for promoting the highest values in experiential graphic design, and significantly contributing to the direction and growth of the field. SEGD Fellows are the laureates of experiential graphic design, whose body of work epitomizes the highest standards of practice in the field. See the complete list of SEGD Fellows.
2020 SEGD Achievement Awards
SEGD will be hosting the 2020 SEGD Achievement Awards & Auction, which we hope you will attend. The virtual event is free to attend and will begin the presentation of the awards, and will close with a fundraising auction to support SEGD’s efforts in its mission to “Educate, Connect and Inspire” through global and local initiatives.
Award Ceremony Details
Wednesday, June 24th, 2020
Pre-party at 6:00 PM EDT
Achievement Awards and Auction 7:00-8:00 PM EDT
Register for free by clicking here.
About Edwin Schlossberg, Principal at ESI Design, an NBBJ studio
An internationally recognized multi-hyphenate pioneer in audience engagement, Schlossberg launched his design career in 1977 with the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, one of the world’s first interactive museums, and has been operating at the forefront of innovative experiential design ever since. Under his leadership, ESI Design has created groundbreaking corporate and retail spaces, sales and innovation centers, museums, digital media installations and multi-player game environments for an array of companies, brands and cultural institutions, including Sony, eBay, WarnerMedia, PNC Bank, Barclays, Beacon Capital Partners, Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate.
Schlossberg holds a Ph.D. in Science and Literature from Columbia University and is an accomplished fine artist, educator and author as well. His artwork has been celebrated and shown since the 1960s and can be found in numerous museums and private collections. Sharing his knowledge has been important to Schlossberg; he has taught and lectured around the world, from the School of Visual Arts (New York) to Keio University (Tokyo) and has written many articles and books, including “Interactive Excellence: Defining and Developing New Standards for the Twenty-first Century.”
In 2004, Schlossberg won the National Arts Club Medal of Honor. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation and in 2011 was appointed by President Obama to serve a four-year term on the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts.
Want to learn more about Ed’s career over the years?
Watch his interview with Design Matters host Debbie Millman from the 2019 SEGD Xlab here.