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L.A. Band Writes Techno Music Inspired by Van Gogh

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Van Gogh’s painting inspires a song “Drowning in Irises” by Dance Spirit More»

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Athens through a Panoramic Lens

The Philopappos Monument and the Acropolis from Mouseion Hill, 2015
The Philopappos Monument and the Acropolis from Mouseion Hill, 2015

Dramatic panoramas of Athens evoke the past in the present. More»

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Also posted in Exhibitions and Installations, J. Paul Getty Museum, Manuscripts and Books

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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Getty Salad Garden: Julian Hoeber

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Julian Hoeber on the reality and mythology of being an artist. More»

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10 Tips for Making the Most of Tours at the Getty

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Tours are for fun!

I went on a day of back-to-back museum tours, and here’s what I learned. More»

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Also posted in Getty Research Institute, Prints and Drawings

Royal Cavities: The Bitter Implications of Sugar Consumption in Early Modern Europe

Dentist / Jan van der Bruggen
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

The sweet tooth of European royalty and its rotten consequences. More»

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“Make for Yourself First” — Tips from a Favorite Instagrammer on Art and Creativity

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Matt Allard. This and photos below courtesy of and © Matt Allard

Writer and photographer Matt Allard on inspiration, writing, and success on social media. More»

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18th-Century Clock Reminds Us That Time Flies

Wall Clock / French
Partial gift of Dr. Horace W. Brock in memory of Philippe Kraemer

A newly acquired masterpiece from the great age of clock-making. More»

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What Does the Acropolis Mean? A Conversation with Thomas Gallant

The Parthenon / Edward Dodwell
The Packard Humanities Institute

The Athenian monument as structure and symbol. More»

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