Family Festival

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How to Host a Game Like a Pro

Make every game fun

How to play fun and fair. More»

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Participate in StoryCorps at the Getty

StoryCorps interview featuring two African American men
Photo: Rob Lowell, courtesy of StoryCorps

Take part in an oral history project this March. More»

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A Curator “Visits” the Getty

A child dressed in chain mail at a Getty Center family festival
Kids aren't the only ones who know how to have fun on a Saturday at the museum. The faux-medieval chain mail helps, though.

Does a scholar of manuscripts art enjoy jousting, storytelling, and fun hats? Of course! More»

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Make Your Own Tiara with Artist Marianne Sadowski

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A crown fit for royalty…that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. More»

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Pacific Standard Time Is for Kids!

Exploring De Wain Valentine’s Gray Column. Photo: Damon Cason Reiser. From J. Is a Bird
Exploring reflections in De Wain Valentine’s Gray Column. Photo: Damon Cason Reiser. From J. Is a Bird

If you’re a parent, you might be wondering whether Pacific Standard Time is safe for tender eyes. It’s true that several PSTinLA shows tear into grown-up themes, from feminist protest to LGBTQ aesethetics, but there are also plenty of ways… More»

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Festival a Family Affair at the Getty Center

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Early-morning showers and threatening clouds didn’t keep families from coming to our most recent Family Festival, a celebration of Chinese, Indian, and Japanese culture. More than 7,600 kids and parents attended the festivities that took place throughout the Getty Center…. More»

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      After suffering from gangrene, Louis XIV died a few days before his 77th birthday on the morning of September 1, 1715. On September 6, his heart was transported to Paris. Louis’s reign was the longest in French history, clocking in at 72 years. So why are there so few pictures commemorating the king’s death?

      Read more from our prints and drawings curator on the Getty Iris here.


      A Kingdom of Images: French Prints in the Age of Louis XIV closes this Sunday.

      09/05/15

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