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  • Mayor, L.A. Unified announce citywide summer learning program

    Mayor, L.A. Unified announce citywide summer learning program
    As part of an effort to close what Mayor Eric Garcetti says is a skills gap in the Los Angeles workforce, officials announced a new summer program Tuesday to provide online and in-person classes to a wide range of young and older students. The Summer of...
  • Italian court's ruling on 'Getty Bronze' is delayed until Thursday

    Italian court's ruling on 'Getty Bronze' is delayed until Thursday
    The J. Paul Getty Trust will have to wait a bit longer to find out an Italian high court's decision concerning the statue known alternately as "Victorious Youth" and the "Getty Bronze." Getty spokesman Ron Hartwig said it has "heard unofficially" that...
  • Mellon, Getty Trust pledge $13 million for Detroit art museum

    Mellon, Getty Trust pledge $13 million for Detroit art museum
    On the heels of a combined $26-million donation from the big three U.S. automakers to help the troubled Detroit Institute of Arts, two charitable organizations said Wednesday they are pledging a total of $13 million toward the museum. The Andrew W....
  • Reflections

    As photographers, we're often looking through the lens but never at the lens. Like a lot of things, however, there's often a reward for doing something you don't usually do. Today's photo comes from Brian Hinesley. While at the Getty Center, Hinesley...
  • Artwork from Disney Interactive game selected for exclusive exhibit

    Artwork from Disney Interactive game selected for exclusive exhibit
    Artwork from Disney’s digital game “Fantasia: Music Evolved” has been chosen as one of the official selections of the 2014 Into the Pixel collection. The prestigious exhibit, now in its 11th year, honors those who create the artistry...
  • Scenes of D-Day revisited in then and now photos

     
    Getty Images photographer Peter Macdiarmid literally followed in the footsteps of World War II combat photographers to re-shoot scenes from D-Day captured in their historical photographs. He wanted to match them as closely to show the changes in 70 years....
  • Getty celebrates 175th anniversary of photography with symposium

     
    J. Paul Getty Museum celebrates the 175th anniversary of photography this Saturday, May 31st, with a day-long symposium titled, "The View from Here: L.A. and Photography."...
  • Italian high court's ruling on 'Getty Bronze' faces a long delay

    Italian high court's ruling on 'Getty Bronze' faces a long delay
    This story has been updated. Please see below for details. The "Getty Bronze," a 300s BC highlight of Los Angeles' most eminent collection of classical antiquities, depicts a slender young athlete frozen in a moment of triumph. On Thursday, a legal...
  • Norton Simon's 'Temple Wrestler' statue heading home to Cambodia

    Norton Simon's 'Temple Wrestler' statue heading home to Cambodia
    Since 1977, visitors to Pasadena's Norton Simon Museum have encountered an ancient Cambodian statue that has the wide, hulking build and arrogant attitude of an NFL nose tackle who has just sacked a rival quarterback. From its pedestal at the end of a...
  • Landscaping giants ValleyCrest and Brickman to combine

    Landscaping giants ValleyCrest and Brickman to combine
    The nation's largest landscape services business, ValleyCrest Cos. of Calabasas, has agreed to merge with another industry giant, Brickman Group Ltd. of Maryland. The new company, which has yet to be named, will be a landscaping behemoth with more...
  • LACMA's 'Expressionism in Germany and France' an edifying mix

     LACMA's 'Expressionism in Germany and France' an edifying mix
    When German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche declared in 1882 that "Gott ist tot" — God is dead — he could not have known that he was codifying a social and cultural transformation that a generation later would manifest itself in astounding...