Special exhibits and offers for Museum Week DC

Museum Week DC

Newseum ticket discounts, concerts, art installations and more are part of the week-long celebration coinciding with the American Alliance of Museums’ annual meeting in Washington.
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A Celebration of the Hubbard Family and the Hubbard Concourse

Hubbard family

The Newseum honored the Hubbard Family’s generous support of the Newseum with a reception in the Hubbard Concourse.
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Newseum rock and politics exhibit now open in Cleveland

Louder Than Words

“Louder Than Words” is on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame through Nov. 27, 2016, and will open at the Newseum Jan. 13, 2017.
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Pulitzer Prize Cartoon Exhibit Now Open

Jack Ohman

In celebration of the 100th awarding of the Pulitzer Prizes, the Newseum is showcasing Jack Ohman’s prize-winning cartoons on terrorism, mass shootings and the presidential election.
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Remembering Morley Safer

Morley Safer

Morley Safer, the last of the original correspondents on “60 Minutes,” died May 19, 2016. He was 84.
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BuzzFeed podcast recorded at Newseum Nights now available

“No One Knows Anything”

The newest episode of BuzzFeed’s political podcast “No One Knows Anything,” featuring an interview with Sen. Al Franken, was recorded at the Newseum May 11.
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National Urban League presents “State of Black America” report at Newseum

State of Black America

The annual report included a 40-year retrospective and outlined a plan for a sweeping and decisive solution to the nation’s persistent social and economic disparities.
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Night at the Newseum May 27

Museum Week DC

In celebration of Museum Week DC, the Newseum is hosting an after-hours party for museum professionals and museum-loving Washingtonians alike.
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New exhibit on the Declaration of Independence opens July 1

“1776 — Breaking News: Independence”

Business leader and philanthropist David M. Rubenstein has lent a rare 1776 newspaper to the Newseum for the exhibit.
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American Film Institute announces AFI DOCS schedule


The full slate of films includes Spotlight Screenings at the Newseum and documentaries exploring topics of journalism, activism and the First Amendment.
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