About: Guadalupe Mejia

I am a first-generation college student attending Loyola Marymount University, where I will be a junior this fall. Majoring in History and Communication Studies, I aspire to use the knowledge I acquire from both fields to work towards the betterment of underrepresented communities in higher education. Through my experience as a Getty Multicultural Undergraduate intern, I have started a bucket list of all the museums and cultural sites in L.A. I want to explore by the end of the year.

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A Vision of Possibilities

Keynote speaker Traci Kato-Kiriyama sets the tone for what becomes an eye-opening experience at the Getty.
Keynote speaker Traci Kato-Kiriyama sets the tone for what becomes an eye-opening experience at the Getty.

Every interaction is an opportunity. Thoughts on considering a career in the arts. More»

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      A Vibrant Terracotta

      Made between 575 and 550 B.C., this beautiful attic black-figure amphora (a storage vessel) was attributed to the Pointed Nose Painter. Here’s a closeup of the pointy noses on this vessel. 

      Kinda cute.

      02/06/16

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