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Multicultural Undergraduate Intern Diary: Dakota Higgins

Dakota Higgins at Otis Gallery

“It’s really great to work behind the scenes and learn the inner workings of a gallery.” 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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Top 10 Cool Things About College Night

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College Night is back at the Getty Center on April 15. Here, the funnest of the fun stuff from last year. More»

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      Edgar Degas created many sketches and pastels of Ukrainian dancers in Paris, where they were a popular attraction in cabarets and theaters.

      Despite the uniqueness of Ukrainian culture, the dancers were generically called “Russian dancers,” because the majority of Ukraine was still part of the Russian Empire at the time.

      Degas’s Russian Dancers, on view through October 23

      Russian Dancers, 1899, Edgar Degas. Pastel and brush on tracing paper, 22 7/16 × 29 ½ in. Courtesy of a private collection

      05/04/16

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