Press Room/Media Kit

Press requests and questions from the media regarding information, images, and interview opportunities should be directed to the Chief Marketing Officer.

Robin Cavanaugh, Chief Marketing Officer

For general information about the Museum, please call 713-527-1660.

All information about upcoming events, speakers, and other special activities visit Holocaust Museum Houston’s calendar.

Press Releases

HMH Will Host Dr. Ibram X. Kendi for Free Virtual Lecture
May 2, 2021

HMH to Open Juried Exhibition Featuring Local Latinx Artists
March 18, 2021

HMH Opens Stories of Survival Exhibition
February 1, 2021

Museum Celebrates Black History Month with Eight Free Virtual Programs and Book Events
January 21, 2021

2020 Guardian of the Human Spirit Virtual Event Raises $575,000 for Virtual Education Programming
November 11, 2020

HMH and Women in the Visual and Literary Arts Present New Virtual Exhibition
October 14, 2020

HMH to Host Free Virtual Lecture Series on Dismantling Bias
October 8, 2020

HMH to Host U.S. Premiere of Mandela: Struggle for Freedom
July 16, 2020

HMH Awarded Prestigious Texas Women for the Arts Grant
July 15, 2020

HMH Receives 2020 TAMMIE Award for Bilingual Audio Guided Tours
July 9, 2020

Holocaust Museum Houston closed Monday, June 8 in honor of the George Floyd Memorial Service
June 7, 2020

Holocaust Museum Houston readies for reopening on May 26
May 14, 2020

2020 Lyndon Baines Johnson Moral Courage Award Virtual Event Raises $775,000 for Holocaust Education
May 13, 2020

HMH to host world debut of The Book Smugglers exhibition in March
February 7, 2020

Museum to Offer Monthly Meet and Greets with Local Holocaust Survivors
December 19, 2019

Museum to Host Legendary Civil Rights Activist Dolores Huerta at Student Workshop, Public Program and Breakfast Panel Discussion
December 5, 2019

Museum Honors The Astros Foundation with 2019 Guardian of the Human Spirit Award
November 25, 2019

Holocaust Museum Houston to Host Two Human Rights Exhibitions this Fall
September 6, 2019

Holocaust Museum Houston Announces June 2019 Reopening After Dramatic Expansion
December 18, 2018

Recent News

Houston's 5 Best Weekend Food Bets: Old School For Houston Restaurant Weeks
August 7, 2020 | Brooke Viggiano, Houston Press

Holocaust Museum Houston Offering Free Admission June 6
June 5, 2020 | Ashtyn Evans, Houston on the Cheap

Less Is More as an Art Museum Reopens
May 23, 2020 | Michael Hardy, The New York Times

Here is when museums and theaters will reopen in Houston
April 30, 2020 | Tarra Gaines, CultureMap Houston

Major Houston Fundraisers Go Virtual — Special May Events Still Happening
April 16, 2020 | Shelby Hodge, Papercity Magazine

Holocaust Museum Houston offering virtual learning experience; livestream events in the works
March 27, 2020 | Ciara Rouege, KHOU 11

15 Ways To Celebrate African American History Month in Houston
February 5, 2020 | Haya Panjwani, Houston Public Media

‘Dolores Huerta Exhibit’ at the Holocaust Museum Houston
January 16, 2020 | Maggie Flecknoe, CW 39

International Holocaust Remembrance Day: panel discussion with consuls general at HMH
January 16, 2020 | Jewish Herald-Voice

Anne Frank's Diary Explores Hope in the Face of a Great Evil 
January 14, 2020 | Margaret Downing, Houston Press

Museum to offer monthly meet and greets with local Holocaust survivors
January 6, 2020 | Houston Chronicle

Dolores Huerta: Revolution in the Fields is a Must See at the Holocaust Museum
December 13, 2019 | Gabi De la Rosa, Houstonia Magazine

¡Sí Se Puede! Houston Celebrates Latina Civil Rights Icon Dolores Huerta
December 11, 2019 | Elizabeth Trovall, Houston Public Media

Houston Astros’ Charitable Spirit Honored by Storied Houston Museum
November 27, 2019 | Shelby Hodge, PaperCity Magazine

The 20 Best Things to Do in Houston for First Timers
November 15, 2019 | Liz Flynn, Money Inc

Son of Holocaust survivor wants you to know history of Union Station
October 28, 2019 | Pooja Lodhia, KTRK-TV

How to Do a Weekend in Houston
September 26, 2019 | Sarah Schlichter, Smarter Travel

Expanded Missions: Dallas and Houston Holocaust Museums Open Spacious New Homes
August 20, 2019 | Steven Brown, Arts + Culture Texas

Holocaust survivors, liberators share stories at Kenny & Ziggy’s
August 9, 2019 | Tracy Maness, Houston Chronicle

Holocaust Museum Houston Unveils $34 Million Expansion
June 24, 2019 | Cynthia Lescalleet, Forbes

The Holocaust Museum Houston reopens Saturday, and it’s about more than the Holocaust
June 20, 2019 | Molly Glentzer, Houston Chronicle

Technology brings images of Holocaust survivors to life
January 12, 2019 | Jamie Stengle, Associated Press



Privacy Policy and FAQs

Image Rights and Guidelines
For online assistance, please contact rcavanaugh@hmh.org.

HMH can provide most images as digital files for certain uses. Slides are provided for personal or scholarly use only; reproductions are not permitted from this medium. All works must be presented in their entirety without cropping or overprinting unless prior written approval is obtained from HMH.

Requests for Images
All requests must be made in writing by e-mail to info@hmh.org. Please specify the nature of the project and include all details of the proposed use. For a book, please include print run, publication date, title, author, and languages in which the book will appear. Also, indicate where in the publication the image will appear (e.g., cover, interior pages, back cover). For all other requests, please provide as much detailed information as possible concerning the image. Useful information includes artist, title, date, medium and HMH accession number if known.

If no photography exists for the image you request, we may be able to photograph the object for an additional fee.

Upon receipt of your request, we will send you an invoice outlining the fees due and our reproduction guidelines. All requests for fee waivers must be placed in writing. We accept payment by credit card in U.S. dollars and by money order or check drawn on a U.S. bank, payable to "Holocaust Museum Houston." Fees are nonrefundable, and permission is granted for one edition, one use only.

In return for the use-fee payment, HMH grants approval only to the extent of its rights relating to the request. Certain works of art, as well as photographs of those works, may be protected by copyright, trademark or related interests not owned by HMH. The responsibility for securing any other necessary permission devolves to the applicant.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use unaltered images or text from this web site on a closed and restricted database at my school or museum?

Yes, if there is no charge to the user and if electronic distribution is limited to educational use for a specific purpose or duration. The images must remain unaltered. All of the accompanying caption information, including donor recognition, must be included without alteration, and the citation should include the URL specified above.

Are all materials on the Web site available for use?

No. Some materials directly related to the Museum collections or changing exhibits may not be available for use. Please contact info@hmh.org with any questions.

May I upload unaltered images or text from this Web site onto my personal web site?

Yes, provided the site displays no advertisements and no sponsors, does not charge a fee for services, and does not offer any product or service for sale. The images must remain unaltered, and all of the accompanying caption information, including donor recognition, must be included without alteration, and the citation should include the URL specified above.

May I upload images or text from this web site onto another general-access web site or a CD-ROM?

No, unless prior written permission has been obtained from HMH.

May I print selected images or text excerpts from this Web site for a school report?

Yes, if it is a personal or academic work and not for publication in any medium. This type of use is encouraged; all other forms of publication are expressly prohibited. The images must remain unaltered, and all of the accompanying caption information, including donor recognition, must be included without alteration.

How do I obtain permission for other forms of publication?

Anyone wishing to use the materials published on this Web site for purposes other than as authorized herein must obtain prior written approval. Permission for such use is granted on a case-by-case basis at the sole discretion of HMH. A usage fee may be charged depending on the nature of the proposed use. For reproductions of any items related to the museum’s collections or changing exhibits, in part or in their entirety, permission must be received from the Museum’s Registrar. Submit your request by e-mail to library@hmh.org. The Use Agreement application and Fee Schedule for photographic reproductions and oral history transcripts can be found under the Resources tab on this Web site.

May I link to this web site?

HMH does not authorize nor prohibit links to its web site, provided that such link does not connote an endorsement by, or affiliation with, HMH and provided that the HMH logo is not used to connote the link and no deep links are used. You may not frame the pages of this web site or transport viewers to any other location outside this web site using HMH’s name, or any variation thereof, without prior written permission of the Museum. Linking to this web site does not grant you any ownership rights or interest in or to HMH or any variation thereof. The Museum has no obligation to link from its web site to your Web site or to provide any reciprocal service of any kind.