A by-no-means-exhaustive list of alumni you should know.
Harriet Sorocki Klein ’60 and her husband have spent the larger part of their lives helping people move forward in life: A new scholarship will now fulfill a cherished goal.
Art Professor Jennifer McCoy and her husband, Kevin McCoy, were there at the birth of non-fungible tokens. Since then, they have used NFTs to disrupt the art world in ways that go beyond traditional filmmaking.
Don’t call him “the RBG artist,” but Jac Lahav ’08 has a body of work, a fundraiser, and some family lore that inextricably bind him to the late Supreme Court Justice.
Often against convention, Brooklyn College’s artists of color are known for turning typical notions of Black art on its end. Today they are encouraging the next generation of artists and art lovers to forge ahead in this tradition, but with the added role of crashing the gates of a long-established institution to become stewards of the American art scene.
With an unusual donation to the Whitney Museum of American Art, Professor Jennifer McCoy and her husband, Kevin, endeavor to turn ownership of works of art on its end and over to the public.