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Last Chance at the Durham Museum to see the Capture the Moment Exhibit
See History while CWS Teams Make History
Time is running out to catch a glimpse of the Capture the Moment Exhibit at the Durham Museum. Everyone can remember where they were at when certain historical events took place, and yet sometimes we try to forget. The Durham Museum is very proud to be have the Capture the Moment exhibit here in Omaha. Not every museum has the space nor the ability to house this massive exhibit in the way that it should be. With dozens and dozens of photographs dating back to first half of the 19th century, the Durham Museum displays these photos in the perfect way.
Allowing visitors enough space to take a step back and truly dive into the photo and immerse themselves in it. Having the right amount of space between photographs allows people to only see one at a time rather than feeling bombarded with clutter. Even the creator and curator of the exhibit, Cyma Rubin, feels that this is exactly how the exhibit should be laid out.
These photos are truly iconic images caught on film. Not only do these photos have the ability to envoke emotion in the viewer but also are timeless. Every generation, from older to the post-adolescents(exhibit may be too graphic for young children), will have the ability to find an image that they can relate to. Images like, Lee Harvey Oswald being shot, Regan’s Attempted Assassination, Electing America’s First Black President. The range of emotions this exhibit can feel like a roller coaster, tearing up, laughing, respect, pride, and almost every other emotion will be felt. One thing to absolutely take away from this is, every photo is timeless and to be cherished in its own way.
Keep the Durham Museum in mind while you are downtown for the Mens College World Series. Its great place to witness some history while keeping the kids entertained in between games at TD Ameritrade Park.
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