About: Ashley Hansack

I’m a multicultural undergraduate intern working at the Getty Foundation this summer. As a rising junior, I’m majoring in environmental studies and sociology at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington. I enjoy visiting museums throughout L.A. County, writing, crafting, and photography.

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New Perspectives: Exploring Career Paths at the 2013 Getty Intern Arts Summit

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Hilary Walter, Program Assistant at the Getty Foundation, catches up with interns at the end of a great day.

A glimpse into the world of professional development for the Getty’s Multicultural Summer Interns. More»

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      Clocking in at a giant 400 square feet, this tapestry, Triumph of Bacchus, teems with tiny details and hidden narratives.

      Here are just three:

      • At bottom center, Bacchus poses on the world’s largest wine fountain.
      • To the left, a sad, Eeyore-like donkey waits for satyrs and men to unload grapes from his back.
      • To the right, a rowdy monkey rides a camel that carries wooden barrels—presumably to be filled with wine.

      The tapestry is one of the highlights of the exhibition Woven Gold: Tapestries of Louis XIV. (L.A. folks: final weekend!)

      More on The Iris: A Tour of the Triumph of Bacchus

      Triumph of Bacchus (overall view and details), about 1560, design by Giovanni da Udine under the supervision of Raphael; woven at the workshop of Frans Geubels, Brussels. Wool, silk, and gilt metal-wrapped thread. Courtesy of Le Mobilier National. Image © Le Mobilier National. Photo by Lawrence Perquis

      04/29/16

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