exhibitions

National Geographic’s fall/winter 2018-19 live event lineup transports audiences from Washington, D.C., to the most remote areas of Africa, the deepest yet-to-be explored parts of our ocean, the deserts of ancient Egypt and the hoodoos of Bears Ears National Monument. This season offers inspiring film screenings and talks, interactive happy hours with National Geographic Explorers, engaging behind-the-scenes tours and the……

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What is a home? A home can be a place, but it can also be a feeling. A new photography exhibition by National Geographic and the Nobel Peace Center showcases images taken by young refugees and young people from Norway and Greece that portray their own notions of home. Over the course of six months in 2017, young refugees and……

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On May 30, 2018, the National Geographic Museum will provide new perspectives on one of the world’s most famous shipwrecks in the exhibition “Titanic: The Untold Story.” The National Geographic Society uses its storytelling expertise to shed light on a significant part of the ship’s discovery, a narrative that was classified for many years and can now be revealed. The……

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National Geographic’s spring 2018 D.C. live event lineup is sure to entertain with experiences for all ages. This spring season offers engaging student and family matinees, live talks, and happy hours with National Geographic Explorers. Hear from veteran photojournalists, conservationists and storytellers like National Geographic Photo Ark founder Joel Sartore, National Geographic photographer Steve Winter, and National Geographic Explorers Wade……

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For 130 years, National Geographic has been using the power of photography to tell meaningful stories, inspire people to take action and transport audiences to unseen places. A new exhibition opening at the National Geographic Museum on Feb. 13, “Day to Night: In the Field with Stephen Wilkes,” takes that experience even further by showcasing stunning images by photographer Stephen……

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On Nov. 15, 2017, the National Geographic Museum will open a groundbreaking, immersive 3-D exhibition, “Tomb of Christ: The Church of the Holy Sepulchre Experience.” The exhibition combines National Geographic’s rich storytelling and archaeological expertise with innovative technology to bring this world heritage site to life. In 2016, National Geographic had the exclusive opportunity to document the historic renovation of……

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National Geographic’s fall 2017 D.C. live event lineup promises something for just about everyone with student matinees, happy hours, immersive exhibitions, and more. Experience exploration firsthand with a lineup of speakers including National Geographic Explorers like Ronan Donovan, National Geographic Magazine Editor-in-Chief Susan Goldberg, Nat Geo WILD’s Dr. Jan Pol, and former International Space Station Commander Terry Virts. Get inspired……

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“Photo Ark” is a multiyear National Geographic project with a simple goal — to create portraits of the world’s species before they disappear and to inspire people everywhere to care. National Geographic will showcase this important project through multiple platforms, including an exhibition that opens at the National Geographic Museum in Washington on Thursday, Nov. 5. Featuring the work of photographer,……

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