Eric Edwards ’65 Opens New African Art Museum in NYC
A new museum of African art is opening in New York City next month and a Technite is behind it. The Cultural Museum of African Art – The Eric Edwards Collection, which opens in February at Restoration Plaza in Brooklyn, is an experience created by Eric Edwards ’65, who has amassed one of the largest African art collections in the United States. Edwards’ journey goes back some 50 years of hand-selecting more than 3,000 art pieces. The collection, housed in the borough that is home to the largest population of Africans in the United States, represents all 54 countries of Africa and spans over 4,000 years of history.
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Tanya R. Kennedy ’85
Lifelong ties: "I developed relationships with faculty and fellow students at Tech that I still have today. It gives me a sense of joy and fulfillment."more
BTHS Track & Field and Cross Country Coach Edwin Zarowin Honored at the 2023 Penn Relays
One of the greatest coaches ever to come out of New York City, Edwin Zarowin, is being honored at the 127th Penn Relays in 2023more
Thomas Volpe ‘53 UrbanGlass Initiative
Juniors in Tech’s Industrial Design major completed a nine-week survey course this spring as part of the Alumni Foundation’s Thomas Volpe ‘53 UrbanGlass Initiative.more