graduate interns

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Grad Intern Diary: Jacquelyn Clements

Jacquelyn Clements

Studying Greece’s enchanting landscape. More»

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Grad Intern Diary: Nathaniel Deines

Nathaniel Deines in the Library at the Getty Research Institute

Pertinacia, scientia, spes. More»

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Grad Intern Diary: Steph Grimes

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An intern’s year developing digital publications from the ground up. More»

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Posted in Getty Foundation, J. Paul Getty Museum, Photographs, Film, and Video

Grad Intern Diary: Lisa Banks

Lisa Banks

Digital media, the internship. More»

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Posted in Getty Foundation, Prints and Drawings

Grad Intern Diary: Laurel Garber

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An eBay bidding war and over 800 pastels, a year in the life of a drawings intern More»

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Grad Intern Diary: Jennifer Potter

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A fruitful year at the Getty Foundation More»

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Grad Intern Diary: Rheagan Martin

Rheagan Martin / Graduate Intern

A year of manuscripts, coins, and English weather. More»

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Posted in Conservation, Getty Conservation Institute, Getty Foundation

Advancing Conservation Practice, One Intern At a Time

Former intern Elsa Bourguinon with GCI’s Tom Roby working on the Hieroglyphic Stairway at Copán, Honduras in 2001. Photo: Richard Ross
Former intern Elsa Bourguinon with GCI’s Tom Roby working on the Hieroglyphic Stairway at Copán, Honduras in 2001. Photo: Richard Ross

Graduate internships at the Getty Conservation Institute offer training in both conservation and leadership. More»

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Graduate Internships Offer Hands-On Opportunities for Emerging Conservation Professionals

Julia Langenbacher conducts an FTIR analysis of an architectural model of a proposal for Disney Hall
Julia Langenbacher conducts an FTIR analysis of an architectural model of a proposal for Disney Hall by architect James Stering in the conservation studio at the Getty Research Institute. With permission of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal

What do graduate interns do all year at the Conservation Institute? Study, travel, learn from colleagues, and launch fascinating careers. More»

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Posted in Art, Behind the Scenes, Exhibitions and Installations, Prints and Drawings, Voices

Getty Voices: Looking East, Looking West

Stephanie and I (seated, far right) with colleagues at the National Museum of Korea, Seoul, in November 2011. Back row, standing: left to right: Lee Jae-jeong, Moon Dong Soo, Min Kil-hong. Front row, seated, left to right: Lee Won Bok, Burglind Jungmann, Stephanie Schrader, Jessie Park
Stephanie and I (seated, far right) with colleagues at the National Museum of Korea, Seoul, in November 2011. Back row, standing: left to right: Lee Jae-jeong, Moon Dong Soo, Min Kil-hong. Front row, seated, left to right: Lee Won Bok, Burglind Jungmann, Stephanie Schrader, Jessie Park

“Looking East” established a platform for international dialogue around art, history, and cultural exchange. More»

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      Welcome back to #ThyCaptionBe, a celebration of modern interpretations of medieval aesthetics. Every Monday, this will go down on Tumblr and Twitter:

      1. We’ll post a detail.
      2. You guess what in the world is going on and write a caption (questionable accuracy welcome).
      3. Then we’ll share the full illumination and myth-bust if we must.

      Caption away! Can’t wait to see what #ThyCaptionBe.

      08/31/15

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