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April 14, 2014

Getty Provides Support For “Culture At Risk” Series On PBS Newshour

Series launches Tuesday, April 15, with report on development in Myanmar
April 09, 2014

Getty Research Institute Announces 2014/2015 Scholars, Tacita Dean is the Artist in Residence

Beginning September 2014, a group of 44 scholars from around the world will work in residence at the Getty on projects under the theme “Object-Value-Canon”
March 06, 2014

Getty Research Institute Presents the Story of Los Angeles Union Station

 On view at the Central Library in Downtown L.A., the exhibition uses original drawings and photographs to explore the creation of a Southern California landmark

January 23, 2014

Getty Research Institute Acquires the Kitchen Archives Spanning Nearly 30 Years of Innovative Art and Performance

The Archive Surveys the Art, Dance, Music, Performance, and Video Work of the New York-Based Alternative Space from 1971-1999
November 19, 2013

Getty Supports Capacity Building for Archaeological Site Museums and Site Management in India

The National Culture Fund and the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) announces three-year historic collaboration with the Getty
November 11, 2013

The Getty Presents <i>Chatting with Henri Matisse: The 1941 Lost Interview</i>

Modern Art Notes' Tyler Green and Art Historian Serge Guilbaut will Discuss the Newly Published Matisse Interview, Suppressed by the Artist Seven Decades Ago
November 07, 2013

J. Paul Getty Museum and Khan Academy Partner to Offer Free Arts Education Online

The Getty Museum will work with the non-profit's art historians to develop a rich personalized learning environment across a broad variety of topics.
November 05, 2013

Getty Research Institute Presents <i>Connecting Seas: A Visual History of Discoveries and Encounters</i>

Connecting Seas is the First Exhibition in the Getty Research Institute's Newly Expanded Exhibition Gallery

October 22, 2013

Getty Research Institute Announces Gift of Rare Botanical Books

The 41 Books in the Tania Norris Collection of Rare Botanical Books Span the 16th to 19th Centuries
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