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Please do not arrive without a reservation.

SOLD OUT – Gallery Talk: History through the Pulitzer Prize

March 1, 2020 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
The Durham Museum
801 S 10th St
Omaha, NE
Included with Museum Admission (Free for Members!)

UPDATE 2/21: This Date is Sold Out
Didn’t get a ticket? Contact us to be placed on a waiting list, should a ticket become available: email info@durhammuseum.org or call 402-444-5071.

Gallery Talk: History through the Pulitzer Prize
1940s & 1950s

The first Pulitzer Prize for photography was awarded in 1942 to Milton Brooks for his photograph of the Ford Strikers Riot. That photo, and each Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph since, has a unique history. Our gallery talks will take a closer look at some of these stories as well as stories from other Pulitzer Prize categories.

Reservations are required and regular museum admission applies; free for members. Reserve your spot online, then pay when you arrive at the event. (Select the burgundy ticket icon above to register. Please note: your online reservation is not complete until you’ve clicked the “Check Out” button.)

Have questions? Call 402-444-5071 or email reservations@DurhamMuseum.org.

Or select our other Gallery Talks:
1960s Sunday, March 22 »
1970s Sunday, April 5 »
1980s Sunday, April 26 »