About: Antonio Campos

I coordinate the Getty's community relations initiatives, which serve to seek and attract diverse audiences for programs of the J. Paul Getty Trust—from science fiction geeks (I am one), to movie and gardening buffs, and the infinite diversity of cultural communities in the Los Angeles area. We really do have art for everyone to enjoy. Artistically, I've been trained in Mexican folkloric dance, so if you visit you might see me tapping away in the elevators or corridors. In addition to art and museums, I also love puppies, outer space, and trains.

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College Night—Tell Us What You Thought!

College Night 2011 at the Getty Center -- projection on Museum wall

It wasn’t your typical house party! Monday’s College Night was an evening at the Museum just for college students, but also something more—an interactive and dynamic atmosphere where students could enjoy exhibitions, tours, and art against the backdrop of nighttime… More»

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College Night: Students Take Over the Getty

Students mingle and enjoy the tunes of Marc b. Photo by CSUCI photography student Chelsea Archer.

What if you were in college, and I told you that you could put on a party at the Getty? We didn’t go quite that far, but we explored that question by working with a class from Cal State Channel… More»

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      Mission style or “Spanish Colonial” architecture is a California signature. San Luis Rey de Francia was founded in 1798, yet shares many of the features of Los Angeles’ Union Station. Compare with The Huntington’s capture of the station to see just how similar in line and form these buildings really are. 

      We’re teaming up The Huntington’s tumblr to bring you historic Los Angeles images on Wednesdays through August 6 as part of No Further West.

      Mission, San Luis Rey de Francia, 1880, Carleton Watkins. J. Paul Getty Museum.

      07/30/14

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