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J. Paul Getty Museum 13h
Happy birthday to American photographer Gertrude Käsebier! 📸 She was born in 1852 in Des Moines, Iowa. Her family and friends posed for her most celebrated series of photographs on the subject of motherhood. Discover her works:
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J. Paul Getty Museum 16h
It’s the 10th Annual ! 🎨 Join us for "Off the 405" at the today and celebrate with an outdoor concert by @sasamihansworth and a DJ set by 🎸 Get FREE tickets:
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J. Paul Getty Museum 18h
For a fun and engaging activity during , be sure to visit the today and tomorrow to experience ’s body paintings as they merge with the Villa's architecture and gardens ✨
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LAist 20h
Tonight for the Getty's summer concert series: L.A.-based musician Sasami, who first made her name as the synth player for garage-rock trio Cherry Glazerr. 6-9pm, free
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The Broad Stage 19h
On this International Museum Day we look to our neighbor, ! Did you know that the J. Paul Getty Trust is the world's largest cultural and philanthropic organization focused on the visual arts?
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J. Paul Getty Museum 19h
Happy ! 🎨 ✨ We would love to know all about YOUR memorable moments at the and —tag us and share your Getty experiences! 📷: holidecks via Instagram
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LA Metro May 16
Happy ! Catch a free ride on Metro Bus or Rail today if you have your bike or bike helmet with you. There are also pit stops across LA County where bike commuters can grab a snack and other fun goodies!
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 17
I don't know who needs to know this, but there's an easier way to reduce your carbon footprint 🚴‍ Both the and offer free bike parking all year long! 🙂
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 17
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In this episode they cover: –Chain libraries and medieval manuscripts in the Middle Ages –Laws concerning witches, women and herbal medicine –Female figures in Game of Thrones that have comparable medieval counterparts Full video:
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 17
You proposed some medieval topics sparked by to cover. Our medievalists answered.
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Apollo Magazine May 16
Creatures real and mythical populate the pages of the medieval bestiary – the subject of the Apollo art diary pick of the week
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someday_deane May 16
The Getty Villa is magnificent. From stem to stern you are immersed in the period of the antiquities. Art, architecture, herb garden used in their food offerings…all against the soothing backdrop of the sea. I cannot recommend it more highly.
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 16
“In the blink of an eye, songwriter has become L.A.’s newest hometown hero. Formerly the ‘synth queen’ in homegrown indie stars …[she] is now at the forefront of her very own solo endeavor”— 🎸 Read the interview 👉
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 16
Happy ! Learn more about "Study of a Seated Young Man” created by Italian artist, Il Guercino. He made many drawings from nude models, often using rough, light-brown paper and charcoal ✍
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Pineapple Passport May 16
"Modeled after the once-luxurious Villa dei Papiri at Herculaneum, The Getty Villa was built with the help of renowned ancient architecture historian Norman Neuerberg. When completed, it immediately became one of LA's cultural landmarks."
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Andrew Nusca May 15
So proud of for her work on “Book of Beasts: The Bestiary in the Medieval World,” on view at through Aug 18. Go for the illuminated 15th century griffins, wolves, and dragons; stay for the 21st century Damien Hirst unicorn skull in the last room 🐺🦄🦌🐉
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 16
Trees are a vital part of nature and our everyday life 🌳 In this 19th-century watercolor, English painter John Linnell depicted a beautiful landscape in Snowdonia (Wales) with a tall and lush tree.
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 15
Join electronic composer in the lush environment of the ’s Central Garden for a unique guided meditation experience set to the sounds of her new album “Tides: Music for Meditation and Yoga.” 🧘‍♀️🍃🧘‍♂️
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 15
Follow Elizabeth Morrison and —curators of the “Book of Beasts: The Bestiary in the Medieval World”— as they walk us through the 's exhibition that explores the animal kingdom and its influence:
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 15
Happy ! 👨‍👩‍👦‍👦 View this family moment in which John Peyto-Verney & Lady Louisa North are about to enjoy tea with their children. These group portraits, introduced in England in the 1700s, vividly recorded the social customs of the time:
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