Author: Carolyn Kellogg
As a new media consultant, I bring an enthusiastic layperson's eye to the Getty. I'm always stopping in front of paintings saying, "Hey, isn't that a so-and-so?," while the people on staff devote years to deep study of art. I've been Web editor for the radio show Marketplace and the metroblog LAist and regularly blog for the Los Angeles Times. I admit, I do have an MFA; it's in creative writing.
For her book Meals and Recipes from Ancient Greece, author Eugenia Salza Prina Ricotti had to become something of a food detective. The Greeks... Read More
I talked to Louis Marchesano, curator of prints and drawings at the Getty Research Institute, about the exhibition Printing the Grand Manner: Charles Le... Read More
This spring the Museum is offering a feast of tours and courses about food in art. Nancy Real and Lilit Sadoyan, two gallery teachers,... Read More
Love, in all its glory and frustrations, its heady emotions and sheer physicality, comes alive in Classical Love Poetry, a refreshing dip into the... Read More