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Traditional English Recipes with a California Flair

Spotted Dick at the Restaurant at the Getty Center
A contemporary spin on Spotted Dick, the traditional English pudding made with dried fruit. Here it's served with fruit compote and a creamy almond custard

Our chefs share their 21st-century updates on traditional English favorites. More»

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19 Ways to Be Part of the Arts on #GivingTuesday

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One good way to support art: make some!

In celebration of Giving Tuesday, a list of simple ideas to get involved in the arts—and receive even more back. More»

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Why Give Time to the Arts? 6 Questions for Getty Volunteer Stephen Thorne

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Say “Guten Tag!” to Stephen Thorne, one of the Getty Center’s first volunteers. More»

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Windows Around Us

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A closer look at the windows that frame our world, on social media and IRL. More»

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Student-Built Día de los Muertos Altar Pays Tribute to L.A.’s Saints

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The altarpiece to Saint Luke, patron saint of artists

A larger-than-life altarpiece featuring Saint Luke occupies the auditorium for Día de los Muertos. More»

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Travertine Improv

Four hands transform the Getty Center into a massive musical instrument. More»

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Getty Voices: “I like art. Now what?”

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How do you make a career in the arts? Ask a question and get an answer this week as Getty Voices talks careers. More»

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Posted in Architecture and Design, Art, Behind the Scenes, Gardens and Architecture, J. Paul Getty Trust, Voices

Our L.A., Mapped

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What place says “L.A.” to you? What’s your favorite building, corner, or monument? What is your L.A.? More»

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Korean Cooking, the Authentic Fusion Way

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Getty chef Mayet Cristobal worked with volunteers from the Korean Cultural Center to create an authentic-fusion menu. More»

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Posted in Exhibitions and Installations, Getty Research Institute, J. Paul Getty Museum, Sculpture and Decorative Arts

Physiognomy, The Beautiful Pseudoscience

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What do the expressions “highbrow” and “lowbrow” have in common with saying a woman has “mousey” features? What does Homer Simpson have to do with photographs of sculpture in profile by contemporary artist Ken Gonzales-Day? All are contemporary manifestations of… More»

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      Eye-to-eye with a mystery man.

      He closely resembles painter Francois Boucher, whose eyes rendered paintings like this one

      In 18th century France, terracotta busts were popular additions to the home as they were relatively inexpensive, and fit for both middle class and wealthy consumers.

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      Eye-to-eye connects the peoples of yesterday to you through art.

      Bust of a Man, about 1760, Attributed to Jean-Jacques Caffieri. J. Paul Getty Museum.

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