HYANNIS CapeCod.com May 16,2018 About 70 intimate, behind the scenes photos of John F. Kennedy, Jackie and their children will be featured at a new exhibit at the JFK museum next week, they were taken by famous photographer Jacques Lowe. The Museum says the photos helped create the legend of Kennedy’s era of Camelot.
The John F. Kennedy Museum is proud to be included in a recently published travel article in Janeece Keller's winter edition of Travel Bound/FamilyTravel.com. The article is based on Janeece Keller's September 2017 visit to Cape Cod and features a two day Cape Cod itinerary.
Cape Cod Times May 10, 2018 Jacques Lowe’s iconic photos of President John F. Kennedy and his family helped create the mystique of “Camelot” and 70 are part of a new exhibit in Hyannis. During the years from 1958 to 1961, photographer Jacques Lowe had unprecedented access to President John F. Kennedy and his
The Enterprise May 10, 2018 The John F. Kennedy Museum in Hyannis is open for the season after drawing a record number of visitors in 2017. The season’s special exhibit is “Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe.” The traveling exhibit was created by the interactive Newseum in Washington, DC, in collaboration with
JFK EXHIBIT OPENS ON THE CAPE BOSTON GLOBE By Kari Bodnarchuk Globe correspondent,April 24, 2018 See intimate behind-the-scenes photos of John F. Kennedy and his family, taken by Kennedy’s personal photographer, during a new exhibit that opens at the JFK Hyannis Museum May 21, called “Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe.” Lowe’s iconic
By KATIE GOERS: CapeNews.net Art students from Sandwich High School have honored the legacy of President John F. Kennedy by creating artworks inspired by him. Art teacher Dineen D'Avena brought her students to the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum. Her students used the exhibits in the museum as the inspiration for their own artworks. The
Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School students are getting a dose of local history with their art studies and using what they learn to interpret and reinterpret the significance of a Cape Cod icon. At a recent field trip to the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, students got to view current exhibits as well as artifacts and
HYANNIS – High school seniors are invited to participate in an essay contest being presented by the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum Foundation. The challenge is to explain the meaning of the famous quote from JFK’s inaugural address, “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”
The John F. Kennedy Museum is proud to be included in a recently published travel article in Jyllands-Posten - one of Denmark's largest circulation newspapers. The article was published January 27, 2018 and was written by Danish journalist LOUISE KASTRUP SCHEIBEL after her visit to Cape Cod. The JFK Museum is thankful for being
More than 50 students at Hyannis West Elementary School don’t mind staying after school for two and a half hours and doing their homework because they also get to do educational and fun projects with others in the community. The after-school program -- from 3:30 to 6 p.m. every school day -- is called the