About: Sarah Waldorf

Greetings! I'm a media producer in the Getty's web group. What does this mean? Basically, I stir up trouble and insist we generate new, useful, and fun content for web. I'd like to continue the flow of ideas and creativity from the individual to the museum to the web.

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Posted in Editor's Picks, Gardens and Architecture, People & Places

Your Questions about the Getty Gardens, Answered

Brian Houck

Our garden expert tells all. More»

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Posted in Behind the Scenes, Gardens and Architecture, People & Places

The Inside Scoop on the Getty’s Spring Garden

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“Any plant can find its moment in the Central Garden.” More»

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Posted in #GettyInspired, J. Paul Getty Museum, technology

For Art History, Generosity Is the Real Power of the Internet

Amy Martin during a visit to the Getty
Amy Martin during a visit to the Getty

An art historian and blogger talks about open-access, the Baroque, and 17th-century executions More»

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7 Educator-Approved Ways to Play with Art

A Getty Villa educator mimics a Roman portrait head

Energize your next museum visit with charades, sketching, and lots of imagination. More»

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Posted in Art & Archives, Exhibitions and Installations, J. Paul Getty Museum, Manuscripts and Books, technology

Talking the Global Middle Ages with Curator Bryan Keene

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Curator Bryan Keene takes questions from inquiring Instagrammers More»

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Posted in Getty Center

Holiday Lights at the Getty Center through January 2

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Get sparkly with us this winter with special starry light projections, free hot cider, and luminous exhibitions. More»

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Posted in #GettyInspired

Comedian Kate Berlant Answers Our Questions about Inspiration

Kate Berlant

Fun with grotesque faces. More»

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Posted in Art & Archives, J. Paul Getty Museum, Photographs, Film, and Video

The Man Who Photographed Ghosts

Mrs. Tinkham (detail), 1862-1875, William H. Mumler. Albumen silver print. 3 3/4 x 2 1/4 inches. The J. Paul Getty Museum. 84.XD.760.1.7
Mrs. Tinkham (detail), 1862-1875, William H. Mumler. Albumen silver print. 3 3/4 x 2 1/4 inches. The J. Paul Getty Museum. 84.XD.760.1.7

Meet the world’s first spirit photographer, William H. Mumler. More»

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Posted in Behind the Scenes, Getty Research Institute, technology

Peek Behind the Scenes at the Getty Research Institute for #AskAnArchivist Day

Nancy Enneking | Ask an Archivist

What even is an archive? More»

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Posted in Ancient World, Antiquities, Art & Archives, Editor's Picks

A Brief Introduction to Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World

Portrait of a Man / Greek
Copyright © Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports/Archaeological Receipts Fund

A guide to these rare and highly expressive artworks. More»

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      Composed from memories and from drawings made during his travels in Italy, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot painted this view for the Paris Salon of 1839. A dramatic colored sky and a few lone figures appealed to the melancholic sensibilities of the Romantic critics of the time.

      05/01/16

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