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Drawing from Antiquity: A Chance to Slow Down Time

Artist and drawing enthusiast Jaime Ursic gives a lesson in the Education Studio at the Getty Villa.

Jaime Ursic believes everyone should study drawing. Not just because she’s an artist, but because it gives you two near-magical gifts: looking closely, and slowing down time. She’ll show you how to do both at Drawing from Antiquity, a free… More»

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Learning from the Old Masters at Getty Drawing Hour

Sketch after Frans Hals's painting Saint John the Evangelist from 1625–28

Looking for opportunities to exercise your creativity in 2011? Consider Getty Drawing Hour, a free program that offers a chance to draw from the Old Masters, with lessons—and plenty of encouragement—from a professional artist. I tried it out on a… More»

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In the Sketching Gallery, It’s Time to Create!

A visitor to the Sketching Gallery draws from a plaster cast of Adrien de Vries's Juggling Man.
A visitor to the Sketching Gallery draws from a plaster cast of Adrien de Vries's Juggling Man.

Of all my docent duties, helping visitors in the Getty Center’s Sketching Gallery is one of my favorites. What do we offer? The tangibles are not that much: paper, a few pencils, a place to sit, and some works of… More»

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