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Creating Camelot

WHAT: On April 11, the Newseum will host a press preview for the April 12 opening of two new exhibits and an original documentary about the life, legacy and death of President John F. Kennedy. You are invited to explore the exhibits on Thursday, April 11, between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Curators will be available for interviews. To RSVP simply reply to this email.

“Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe” is a stunning photo exhibit showcasing unforgettable images of public and private moments captured by Kennedy’s personal photographer. The original negatives for most of the images, which were stored in a bank at the World Trade Center, were lost on 9/11. Imaging technicians at the Newseum spent three months restoring more than 70 images recovered from prints and contact sheets kept at another location. Click here to see how the photos were brought back to life.

Watch video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n86UIG6nkyM&feature=youtu.be

“Three Shots Were Fired” chronicles the unprecedented four-day media coverage following Kennedy’s assassination and features never before publicly displayed artifacts. Some of the items on display were with Lee Harvey Oswald at the time of his arrest.

“A Thousand Days” is a Newseum-produced film highlighting the newsworthy moments of Kennedy’s time in the White House. The film will be shown in the Newseum’s Smith Big Screen Theater, featuring a 100-foot long screen that envelopes visitors in a wave of video and sound.

WHERE: Newseum, 555 Pennsylvania Ave., NW (check-in at Freedom Forum entrance on 6th St.)

RSVP TO: Jonathan Thompson, jothompson@newseum.org

 


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