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February 23, 2016

J. Paul Getty Museum Introduces the Getty Museum Distinguished Lectures Series

For its debut, the Getty Museum Distinguished Lectures series invites noted scholar Richard Brettell to analyze modern beauty in the work of Manet, Gauguin and Cézanne.
February 19, 2016

Getty Villa Lecture Examines the Meaning of Greek Antiquities Presented as Diplomatic Gifts during the Cold War

Our Presidents' Gifts: The Role of Greek Antiquities in Greek-U.S. Political Relationships after World War II
February 11, 2016

Sounds of L.A. Returns with a Collection of Performances by Globally Inspired Musicians

The 2016 line-up includes performances by Mamak Khadem, Uxía & Narf and António Zambujo, and Riyaaz Qawwali.
February 03, 2016

Villa Theater Lab Examines Sibling Relationships in the Iconic Antigone Story

The Antigone Project Created by Annie Saunders and Becca Wolff
December 01, 2015

Getty Center and Getty Villa Open Additional Days This Holiday Season

Getty Center to add Mondays, December 21 and 28; Getty Villa to add Tuesdays December 22 and 29
November 19, 2015

Iluminate Your Holidays at the Getty Center

Getty offers festive Saturday evenings during the holidays
November 16, 2015

The J. Paul Getty Museum Presents OOIOO, Part of the Gordon Getty Concerts Series

A Celebration of Artistically Adventurous Women at the Getty Center
November 10, 2015

Getty Hosts 3D Film Project Featuring Chauvet-Pont d’Arc Cave

Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) to host the U.S. premiere of a full digital recreation of Chauvet-Pont d’Arc painted cave, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
November 02, 2015

Zócalo/Getty Event Explores the Upside of Gluttony in Conjunction with Two Getty Exhibitions of Food in Art

“Can Gluttony Be a Virtue?” will be moderated by Evan Kleiman, host of KCRW’s Good Food and include author Francine Prose, UCLA medieval historian Teo Ruiz, and Los Angeles chef Eric Greenspan
October 29, 2015

J. Paul Getty Museum Presents Getty Perspectives: Alva No? and William Forsythe

Alva Noё and William Forsythe discuss the many connections between choreography and philosophical practices
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