About: Kim Sadler

I'm the marketing project coordinator for the Getty. What does that mean? Well, I help develop strategies that aim to encourage people to visit the Getty Center and the Getty Villa. We're trying to wash away the "castle-on-the-hill" image that comes with being a huge museum—on a hill! The Getty is a great place to come spend the morning, the afternoon, or the whole day! When I'm not up here on this hill, I enjoy hiking all different hills, listening to music, going to concerts, and watching the final season of LOST.

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Posted in Behind the Scenes, Getty Research Institute, Research

Form versus Function: Rare Journals Acquired by the Getty Research Institute

Cover, Das Interieur
Cover, Das Interieur, 1904, Vol. 5, Part 2 (July–December). The Getty Research Insitute, 88-S330

New acquisitions provide researchers crucial context for two key international art movements—Jugendstil and Concrete Art. More»

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Posted in Ancient World, J. Paul Getty Museum

Prometheus Bound: A God Stands Up for Humans’ Rights

Prometheus LA Mag
Look for these posters around town this summer. The photo shows Ron Cephas Jones performing the remarkable feat of embodying Prometheus while anchored to the 23-foot-tall rotating wheel.

Prometheus gave humans fire, and for that he was punished for all of eternity. His story is brought to life in the Villa’s outdoor theater this fall. More»

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Posted in Getty Villa, J. Paul Getty Museum

At the Roman Table: Fish Sauce, Sausage-Stuffed Pig, and Good Conversation

Sally Grainger with porcellum hortolanum at the serving table for At the Roman Table at the Getty Villa

On a recent midsummer’s evening, the Getty hosted a program called At the Roman Table: A Culinary Adventure at the Getty Villa. The event drew 160 guests on each of two balmy evenings to Malibu, where we enjoyed a banquet… More»

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Posted in Exhibitions and Installations, J. Paul Getty Museum

Play the Paris Gallery Game!

Find the six things that are different in this portrait of Gabriel Bernard de Rieux created by Maurice-Quentin de La Tour about 1739–41

The exhibition Paris: Life & Luxury transports you to an affluent Parisian home in the mid-1700s. It’s presented in a series of rooms that show the activities an elite family would have performed in the morning, afternoon, and evening—from dressing… More»

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Posted in Gardens and Architecture, Getty Villa

Exploring the Herb Garden at the Getty Villa

Fruit in the Herb Garden at the Getty Villa

A beautiful day and the blooming of spring brought me out of my stuffy cubicle and into the Herb Garden at the Getty Villa. As the sun streamed onto my shoulders, I inhaled the fresh sent of mixed herbs and… More»

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Posted in Behind the Scenes, Getty Center

Angela Merkel Visits the Getty

Thomas Gaehtgens, Jim Wood, Antonio Villaraigosa, and Angela Merkel outside the entrance to the Getty Research Institute
Thomas Gaehtgens, Jim Wood, Antonio Villaraigosa, and Angela Merkel outside the entrance to the Getty Research Institute

Thousands of German tourists come to the Getty each year, but today’s visit was special. The Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel, visited the Getty and was welcomed by L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Getty president and CEO Jim Wood, and the… More»

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