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Extending Learning Outside the Classroom: Daring Greatly with Self-Portraiture

Community Photoworks photo by Gracie Globerman
By Gracie Globerman

L.A. 10th graders explore self-expression through photography and writing More»

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Back to School: Great Teachers Get Creative at the Core

Creative at the Core K-12 teacher workshop at the Getty Museum

A weeklong program helps teachers bring artworks into their classrooms. More»

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Play’s the Thing at Museum Game Zone

Playing ShapeScapes at Museum Game Zone

A new pilot program is all about games. More»

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Bringing Barbara Kruger’s “Whose Values” into the Classroom

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A new lesson plan brings Barbara Kruger’s question-based art project to life for teachers and students More»

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What’s the Value of a Museum Field Trip?

High school students in conversation with docent Barbara Atherton as they examine the Bust of Commodus.
High school students in conversation with docent Barbara Atherton as they examine the Bust of Commodus.

Do museum field trips really have value? More»

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Grad Intern Diary: Lisa Banks

Lisa Banks

Digital media, the internship. More»

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Light and Cameraless Action: Community Photoworks 2015

Cyanotype by Quinten Klein
Cyanotype by Quinten Klein

High school students explore cameraless photography with artist Christine Nguyen. More»

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Expanding Access: Devotion and Objects

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An American Muslim scholar reads aloud from a ninth-century Qur’an. More»

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Inspiration for the Next Generation

Getty Books in the Classroom - free resources for teaching with art

New resource for teaching with art features suggested books, lesson plans, and discussion questions. More»

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19 New Videos Show How to Engage Students with Art

Teaching Channel videos behind the scenes

How to teach with art, for teachers and parents. More»

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      A Vibrant Terracotta

      Made between 575 and 550 B.C., this beautiful attic black-figure amphora (a storage vessel) was attributed to the Pointed Nose Painter. Here’s a closeup of the pointy noses on this vessel. 

      Kinda cute.

      02/06/16

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