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Teaching and Writing the Art Histories of Latin American Los Angeles
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center
Free Event; Ticket Required

Symposium exploring knowledge generated by Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exhibitions and its impact on curricula, pedagogy, and future scholarship.
10/6/2017 10:00 AM
When the Inevitable Happens...Again: Protecting Museum Collections from Earthquake Damage
2:00 PM
Auditorium, Getty Villa
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Conservator Jerry Podany discusses how the Getty Museum protects its cultural treasures from earthquake damage.
10/7/2017 2:00 PM
Masks and the Uncanny, in Africa and Beyond
7:00 PM
Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center
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Z. S. Strother explores concepts of masking an masquerading using African case studies.
10/12/2017 7:00 PM
"The best in the art of painting": Giovanni Bellini and Landscape
2:00 PM
Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center
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Mountains, castles, caves, and sunrises are just as much the protagonists in the paintings of Giovanni Bellini as are the human figures. Davide Gasparatto, curator of the exhibition Giovanni Bellini: Landscapes of Faith in Renaissance Venice, explores the meaning and function of landscape in the painter's work. Created for intellectually sophisticated patrons, Bellini's masterpieces set familiar Christian subjects in a dimension of reality and lived experience that was unprecedented in Italian painting.
10/14/2017 2:00 PM
The "Concrete" in Poetry and Art
7:00 PM
Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center
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Nancy Perloff and Zanna Gilbert discuss the international movement of concretism with particular emphasis on Brazil.
10/17/2017 7:00 PM
Climate Change and the Shaping of Asia
7:00 PM
Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center
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Peter Frankopan, senior research fellow at Worcester College, Oxford, and director of the Oxford Center for Byzantine Research, looks at climate change in Asia over the last two millennia to assess how we can revolutionize the way we understand the past and learn for the future. Frankopan is in Los Angeles as the Getty President's International Council Scholar.
10/19/2017 7:00 PM
Art, Archaeology, and Advanced Technology: The Alexander Mosaic at Pompeii
2:00 PM
Auditorium, Getty Villa
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Archaeologist John Dobbins explains how advanced technology is helping art historians and architects better understand the most famous mosaic to survive from antiquity, the Alexander Mosaic at Pompeii. Using 3-D models, Dobbins illustrates the ancient viewing  conditions that existed in the lavish Roman house where it was found, and the ways visitors may have discovered and engaged with the spectacular piece. This program is co=-presented with the Archaeological Institute of America and the Ahmanson Foundation.
10/21/2017 2:00 PM
Making Athens Great (Again?): Modern Lessons from the Age of Pericles
7:30 PM
Auditorium, Getty Villa
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Can an examination of ancient Greece and the career of Athens' greatest statesman, Pericles son of Xanthippos, tell us anything about current American politics? Professor Loren Samons of Boston University suggests that Athenian history helps explain contemporary events and may even allow us to predict the future of democracy in the West.
10/25/2017 7:30 PM
The Power of Personality: Jan Brueghel the Elder
3:00 PM
Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center
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Jan Brueghel the Elder (1568 - 1625) was a key figure in early 17th-century Flemish painting and one of its most charismatic characters. His Entry of the Animals into Noah's Ark (1613), an exquisite and richly detailed celebration of the diversity of the animal kingdom, has captivated viewers for centuries. in this illustrated talk, paintings curator Anne Woollett situates the Getty Museum's exceptional holdings of one of Antwerp's most famous and influential painters,  considering the contexts of fame, adversity, humor, and artistic friendships.
10/29/2017 3:00 PM
Meetings with Remarkable Manuscripts
7:00 PM
Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center
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Christopher de Hamel. a Fellow of Corpus Christi College in Cambridge and one of the leading experts on medieval manuscripts, examines twelve key manuscripts including the Getty's Spinola Hours. Join de Hamel as he travels the globe to visit these handmade treasures and expertly unlocks their mysteries, introducing us to kings, queens, saints, scribes, librarians, thieves and collectors in the process.
11/1/2017 7:00 PM
Encounters, Utopias, and Experimentation: From Pre-Columbian Tenochtitlan to Contemporary Buenos Aires
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM; THREE DAY EVENT
Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center
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This three-day international symposium addresses the distinct conditions that led to artistic achievements, urban transformations, and cultural ad social innovations in the ancient Americas and in Latin America across the centuries. The full schedule of speakers and topics will be posted in mid-September on the Getty website.
11/3/2017 To 11/5/2017
Khipu, Body, Line: A Writing in Space
7:00 PM
Harold M. Williams Auditorium, Getty Center
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Artist Cecilia Vicuna, a seminal figure in Latin American art and poetry, discusses her work and her poetic and artistic exploration of indigenous forms of knowledge. Her presentation addresses a materiality beyond the tangible object and gold as an embodiment of dialogue, connectivity, and responsiveness. This talk is the keynote address of the "Encounters, Utopias, and Experimentation" symposium at the Getty Center, Nov. 3 - 5.
11/4/2017 7:00 PM
An Evening with Analia Saban and Gabriel Kuri
7:00 PM
Harold M. Williams Auditorium; Getty Center
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Artists Analia Saban and Gabriel Kuri will be joined by GCI scientist Rachel Rivenc for a conversation about their working methods and approach to materials, the aging of the materials from which the artwork is created, and the role of conservation. Program includes a pair of short videos featuring Saban and Kuri.
11/14/2017 7:00 PM
Bellini and the Renaissance Imagination
2:00 PM
Harold M. Williams Auditorium, Getty Center
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Keith Christiansen, the John Pope-Hennessy Chairman of European Paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, considers the singular achievements of Giovanni Bellini as a painter of devotional artworks. He explores the critical traditions that underlie the conception of Bellini as a religious artist and how he expanded traditional parameters of the genre through a heightened emphasis on artistic intervention and imagination.
12/2/2017 2:00 PM
The Evolution of Fragility: Towards a New History of the Ancient World
4:00 PM
Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center
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Theories about societal collapse in the ancient world often suggest that something catastrophic happened to an otherwise integrated, stable community. Anthropologist Norman Yoffee considers new research indicating that resistance of the goals of rulers were important factors leading to the demise of complex societies.
12/2/2017 4:00 PM
Cornelia Funke's Journey through the Ancient Americas
2:00 PM
Harold M. Williams Auditorium, Getty Center
Free Event, Ticket Required

Children's author Cornelia Funke reads her latest story of ghost William Dampier as he encounters spirits from the ancient Americas.
12/3/2017 2:00 PM
Indigenous Knowledge and Making of the Colonial Latin America
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Museum Lecture Hall, Getty Center
Free Event; Ticket Required

Symposium exploring how indigenous knowledge of art, architecture, science, medicine, and governance shaped colonial Latin America.
12/8/2017 To 12/9/2017
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