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Getty Research Institute public event records and recordings, 1998-2020

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Getty Research Institute public event records and recordings

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Series I. Recordings and ephemera, 1998-2020 11.3 Linear Feet (59 boxes and 4 enclosures) 7290.88 GB (2,150 files)
The material documents some of the public events related to exhibitions at the Getty Research Institute (GRI) and also GRI public events concerning architecture and the contemporary arts. The events date from 1998 to 2020 and include lectures, discussions, film and video screenings, happenings, and collaborative symposia with other arts institutions.
The materials primarily consist of both physical and electronic items including audio recordings, video recordings, and ephemera, such as event programs and promotional material. Documentation for some events includes photographic prints, digital images, and proof sheets.
Some events can be viewed online through the GRI's YouTube channel located at https://www.youtube.com/user/gettyresearch. In some cases, the GRI's YouTube videos are embedded and accessible on the GRI's website at http://www.getty.edu/research/exhibitions_events/past_events.html. The videos posted online are edited versions of the original recordings. Detailed event description, including list of speakers and performers, can also be found on the same site.
Accession numbers for physical items are listed in the container list. Accession numbers for electronic items are listed either in the handle to the digitized content or the conditions governing use note.
Arrangement
Materials are intellectually arranged in chronological order by the date of the event. Wherever use copies do not exist, master copies are listed.
Within the physical collection, recordings are arranged by format. In some cases the ephemera is housed separately.
Use copies currently exist for most of the material in Series I. Some events may list recordings available online. Absence of use copies is noted at the file level. Where use copies do not exist, production of use copies is required before access will be granted; this may delay research requests. Advanced notice is required. Some events are restricted to on-site access only or are completely restricted and is noted at the file level.
Access to digital files is available online through the links provided in the inventory. Due to rights restrictions, some online recordings are available to on-site researchers only.
1998 Events
Shared Inheritances: Communities and Cultural Heritage panel discussions, 1998
(2017.IA.13) Shared Inheritances: Communities and Cultural Heritage panel discussions [sponsored by the Getty Conservation Institute and the Getty Research Institute.]

A joint collaboration between the Getty Research Institute and the Getty Conservation Institute, Shared Inheritances presented a series of dialogues about the creation, destruction, and preservation of cultural space and objects, particularly examples of cultural heritage in contested places, underscoring shared beliefs and practices, as well as competition and conflict. Lecturers addressed the challenging issues of origins and ownership, and case study panels sought to discuss how communities in Los Angeles and around the world deal with ownership, objects, places, and traditions over which diverse groups assert ownership. The monthly series represented four themes during 1998 (Sites and Origin and Marketplaces of Identity: Olvera Street, Los Angeles; Sites of Origin and Marketplaces of Identity: Part II: Insadong, Seoul; The First and Last Nations: Shared Histories and Uncertain Futures; After Authenticity: Tourism and Contemporary Cultural Process). Each theme examined in a lecture followed by a local case study panel and an international case study panel.
RESTRICTED. This material is restricted to on-site research access only.
Transarchitectures: Visions of Digital Communities symposium, June 5-6, 1998
(2019.IA.55) Transarchitectures: Visions of Digital Communities [symposium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

Artists, technologists, designers and others manipuate "sites" and "spaces on the Web, in virtual reality, and in other digital environments, yet traditional notions of architecture are no longer sufficient to describe these new spaces. This sympsosium brought leaders in their fields to investigate changing ideas of architecture, space, and community. The first day involved a series of discussions among invited participants and the second day was open to the general public. A press release listing the schedule of talks and speakers can be found at http://hdl.handle.net/10020/gia_2007_ia_34_05_40.
1999 Events
Berlin's Meaning in Los Angeles: Architecture and the City conference, December 6-7, 1999
(2019.IA.55) Berlin's Meaning in Los Angeles: Architecture and the City [conference sponsored by the Getty Research Institute and the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles.]

The conference examined how new architectural forms are giving expression to the changing image of Berlin at the end of the 20th century. Participants considered how architecture in Los Angeles plays an increasingly important role in defining the dynamically changing city.
Berlin's Meaning in Los Angeles gathered architects, historians, critics, and others active in the field of architecture and urban planning. Panel discussions covered topics such as the role of architecture in the marketing of cities, the accumulation of history and the construction of forgetting in the urban landscape, and the use of public space by diverse communities.
RESTRICTED. This material is restricted to on-site research access only.
2001 Events
"The Art of David Tudor" symposium, May 17-18, 2001
Scholars, musicians, and artists discussed the piano performance and live electronic music of the pioneering American composer David Tudor.
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2001.IA.01-03b "Rainforest IV" video access copies, May 17, 2001 (2 VHS videocassettes)
An electroacoustic environment conceived by David Tudor in 1973 and realized by the group Composers Inside Electronics and a collective of composers and performers from California Institute of the Arts, directed by Mark Trayle.
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2001.IA.01-03 Symposium audio access copies (14 CDs)
12 hrs., 26 min.
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2001.IA.01-04 Symposium video access copies (17 DVDs)
14 hrs., 8 min.
Harry Smith "The Avant-Garde in the American Vernacular," symposium and "No Depression in Heaven" concert, April 20-21, 2001
(2013.IA.69) Selected video recordings from Harry Smith: The Avant-Garde in the American Vernacular

This multimedia conference, performance, and website explored the life and work of filmmaker, musicologist, and bohemian Harry Everett Smith.
Digital transcripts, 2001
2002 Events
"Frames of Viewing: Seeing Rothko" symposium, February 28, 2002
This symposium explored the act of seeing and the conditions under which Mark Rothko's work would face its audience.
4 hrs., 12 min.
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2011.IA.07-03 Ephemera
Access copy (1 DVD)
"Investigating Mahagonny" symposium and performance, May 31, 2002
(2010.IA.39) Investigating Mahagonny

The symposium was presented in conjunction with the screening of Harry Smith's final film, Mahagonny, at the Getty Research Institute. Lectures investigate the creative work of Smith, who was an experimental filmmaker, anthropologist, painter, and musicologist. The symposium closed with a performance of spoken word and song by Patti Smith.
10 hrs., 14 min.
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2010.IA.39-03 (temp ILL) Ephemera
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2008.IA.34-01 "In Conversation with Dan Graham and Ben Buchloh," June 11, 2002 (Audio recording: 1 CD)
(2008.IA.34) In Conversation with Dan Graham and Ben Buchloh [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

The materials comprise audio recordings of a discussion with writer-artist Dan Graham during which he responds to questions posed by art historian Ben Buchloh.
RESTRICTED. This material is restricted to on-site research access only.
1 hr., 19 min.
2003 Events
"Art History and Biography or is this Art History and the Present?" workshop co-sponsored by the Clark Art Institute and the Getty Research Institute, January 31-February 1, 2003
(2019.IA.55) Art History and Biography or is this Art History and the Present? [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

This workshop with the Clark Art Institute addressed what is lost or gained when works of art from the past are interpreted according to present standards and contemporary art according to past precedent.
RESTRICTED. This material is restricted to on-site research access only.
9 hrs., 21 min.
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2010.IA.39-03 (temp ILL) Ephemera
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2010.IA.39-02 Event recording (1 DVD)
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2008.IA.04-1 "Feel Like Going Home," May 9-10, 2003 (set of 9 DVDs)
This program explored biography as a mode for understanding art.
Includes event recordings, ephemera, and photographic prints.
5 hrs., 42 min.
Mencia de Mendoza: Renaissance Collector and Patron symposium, September 3-4, 2003
(2016.IA.81) Mencia de Mendoza: Renaissance Collector and Patron symposium [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

The two-day international conference co-hosted with the Generalitat Valenciana, Subsecretaria de Promocio Cultural provided insight into one of the most important and still little known Renaissance collectors in Europe. Scholars will discuss the intellectual and artistic pursuits of Mencia de Mendoza, Marchioness of Zenete and Duchess of Calabria (1508-1554).
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2011.IA.07-10 [In conversation: Roger Corman and Dick Miller with Joe Dante], December 17, 2003 (master recording: 1 audiocassette)
The recording captures a conversation between director Roger Corman, actor Dick Miller, and moderator Joe Dante as they discuss the 1959 American comedy horror film, A Bucket of Blood, a low-budget look at the world of Beat-era artists, poets, and hipsters.
NOTE: Master recordings are restricted; use copies do not currently exist. Production of use copies is required before access will be granted; this may delay research requests. Advanced notice is required.
Not available
2004 Events
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2011.IA.07-10 [In conversation: John Schott with Serge Gilbaut], March 2, 2004 (master recordings: 1 DAT and 1 audiocassette)
The recording captures a conversation between photographer John Schott and art historian Serge Gilbaut as they discuss the 1973 film America's pop collector: Robert C. Scull--Contemporary art at auction. The film was part of the "Markets and Value" film series and was conceptualized and co-cordinated by John Schott and E. J. Vaughn.
NOTE: Master recordings are restricted; use copies do not currently exist. Production of use copies is required before access will be granted; this may delay research requests. Advanced notice is required.
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2007.IA.37-1 "Structures and Systems: Minimal Art in the United States," May 1, 2004 (set of 9 DVDs)
Part one of a collaborative conference that examined the radical transformations in art-making practice in the 1960s and 1970s.
Includes event recordings and ephemera.
13 hrs., 47 min.
"Building Music" symposium, June 4-5, 2004 (master recordings: 13 items)
This collaborative program of lectures and performances by the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Getty explored the relationship between music and architecture.
Includes brochure and flier.
NOTE: Master recordings are restricted; use copies do not currently exist. Production of use copies is required before access will be granted; this may delay research requests. Advanced notice is required.
Not available
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2004.IA.11-02 Master recordings (13 items)
2004.IA.11-02 Ephemera
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2004.IA.12-01 "David Tudor's Sea Tails" panel discussion, September 14, 2004
This panel discussion was held in conjunction with the exhibition SEA TAILS: A Video Collaboration.
Flier is included.
NOTE: Master recordings are restricted; use copies do not currently exist. Production of use copies is required before access will be granted; this may delay research requests. Advanced notice is required.
Not available
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2007.IA.37-1 "Structures and Systems: An Intercontinental Art World" conference, October 2, 2004 (set of 10 DVDs)
(2007.IA.37) Structures and Systems: An Intercontinental Art World

Part two of a collaborative conference that examined the radical transformations in art-making practice in the 1960s and 1970s.
10 hrs., 53 min.
2005 Events
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2007.IA.37-5 "Sound and Space in the Rothko Chapel," March 23, 2005 (set of 3 DVDs)
A lecture and performance that explored the relationship between Mark Rothko, other Abstract Expressionist painters and composer Morton Feldman. A lecture by Thomas Crow preceded the musical performance of selected Feldman compositions by the Nimbus Ensemble.
Includes event recordings and ephemera.
1 hr., 53 min.
2007.IA.37-5 "Suspending Time: Sound and Image in the Work of Tony Conrad and Michael Snow," April 19-20, 2005 (set of 10 DVDs)
This event included a discussion between artists Tony Conrad, Michael Snow, and scholar P. Adams Sitney, film screenings of Conrad and Snow's work and musical performances by Conrad and Snow.
Includes event recordings, ephemera, proof sheets, and digital images (CD).
4 hrs., 15 min.
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2011.IA.07-06 "Performance and the Visual Arts" workshop, May 6-7, 2005 (Set of 10 audio DVDs)
At this informal workshop, participants focused on the need to incorporate live events into contemporary art studies, the challenge of capturing the essence of artistic production, and how to effectively document and archive ephemeral arts such as performance art and happenings.
10 hrs., 50 min.
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2011.IA.07-09 Jackson Pollock Number 1, 1949 seminar, May 23, 2005 (Set of 2 audio DVDs)
The lecture by T. J. Clark on Jackson Pollock's painting "Number 1, 1949" while it was displayed on loan at the Getty. The event was held in conjunction with the "Interjections" project, a series of art exchanges between the J. Paul Getty Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
1 hr., 56 min.
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2006.IA.21-02 Artists' Book Conference Los Angeles, May 24, 2005 (set of 6 CDs and 1 DVD, 2 copies of each)
Part of a larger collaborative conference, these panels discuss artists' books made during the preceding decade; artistic developments in the genre; and various approaches to promoting, exhibiting, and conserving artists' books. It was held in conjunction with the exhibition The Artist Turns to the Book which ran from May 24 to September 11, 2005 at the Getty Research Institute.
Includes event program and flier.
1 hr., 42 min.
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2006.IA.26-1 "Surveying the Border: Three Decades of Video Art about the United States and Mexico," September 29, 2005 (set of 5 DVDs)
This program presented some of the best short video works made by artists since the mid-1970s that take the relation between the United States and Mexico as their subject matter.
Includes event recordings and ephemera.
2 hrs., 59 min.
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2011.IA.07-09 Not a Cornfield panel discussion, October 5, 2005 (2 audio CDs)
Panel discussion on the artist's living sculpture--a field of corn--within an art historical context while exploring the complex nature of large-scale, artist-driven public works.
1 hr., 40 min.
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2011.IA.07-10 "Between Sleep and Dreams: Warhol Under the Stars" panel discussion, including Viva and Mary Woronov, October 8, 2005 (master recordings: 1 DAT; 1 audiocassette; 2 miniDV)
The recording captures a panel discussion about artist Andy Warhol's "The Factory" with Warhol's "superstars" and/or collaborators Viva, Mary Woronov, and Amy Taubin.
NOTE: Master recordings are restricted; use copies do not currently exist. Production of use copies is required before access will be granted; this may delay research requests. Advanced notice is required.
Not available
2006 Events
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2006.IA.26-1 "Ettore Sottsass in Conversation," March 14, 2006 (set of 2 CDs)
An appearance by the Italian architect and designer.
1 hr.
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2007.IA.37-8 "Minimalist Jukebox: From Intonation to Collaboration," March 31-April 1, 2006 (set of 20 DVDs)
This event explored key moments of intersection between Minimalist music and other art forms.
Includes event recordings and ephemera.
12 hrs., 20 min.
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2006.IA.26-1 "The Aesthetics of Risk" symposium, April 29, 2006 (set of 10 DVDs)
This symposium was jointly sponsored by the Getty Research Institute and the Southern California Consortium of Art Schools.
Includes event recordings and ephemera.
6 hrs., 10 min.
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2011.IA.07-02 "Radical Politics/Radical Aesthetics" symposium, May 6, 2006 (master recordings: 3 audiocassettes)
This event was held in conjunction with the exhibition Agitated Images: John Heartfield and German Photomontage at the Getty Research Institute.
NOTE: Master recordings are restricted; use copies do not currently exist. Production of use copies is required before access will be granted; this may delay research requests. Advanced notice is required.
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Traffic, Velocity, Assembly, Dispersal and Networks workshop, May 17-18, 2006
(2016.IA.81) Traffic, Velocity, Assembly, Dispersal and Networks workshop [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

This invitational workshop examined concepts such as how the formation of a collection might sometimes carry with it a suggestion of permanence, though collection involves change and assumes the movement of those objects constitute collections. While some museum collections seem to remain constant, most collections are in flux. Even "permanent collections" are reconfigured and thus remade. The traffic in objects central to the praises of collecting involves both assemblage and dispersal. It also frequently involves shifting and complex networks of individuals, including: collectors, agents, dealers, and a variety of intermediaries. This workshop was the first in a series of four invitational workshops organized by the USC-Getty program in the History of Collecting and Display.
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2006.IA.26-1 "Movement and the Visual Arts," June 2, 2006 (set of 9 DVDs)
(2019.IA.12) Movement and the Visual Arts [conference sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

The conference brought together artists and scholars to participate in a day of lectures, dialogues, screenings, and performances that explored moments of intersection between the visual arts, dance, and other forms of performance.
Includes event recordings and ephemera.
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5 hrs., 25 min.
2006.IA.26-1 "An Evening of Short Performances," June 3, 2006 (set of 3 DVDs)
(2006.IA.26_2019.IA.12) An Evening of short performances [concert sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

Several short performances showcased work by leading practitioners of avant-garde performance and dance.
Includes event recordings and ephemera.
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2 hrs., 19 min.
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2007.IA.37-1 "The Architecture of Other Spaces: A Symposium on Matta and Gordon Matta-Clark / Celluloid Structures: The Films of Gordon Matta Clark," October 7, 2006 and November 1, 2006 (set of 4 DVDs)
This event explored the work of conceptual artist Gordon Matta-Clark and his father, Surrealist Roberto Matta and were held in conjunction with the Getty exhibition, Transmission: The Art of Matta and Gordon Matta-Clark and was co-sponsored by the San Diego Museum of Art (SDMA) and the Getty Center.
Includes ephemera and a PowerPoint slide show.
5 hrs., 9 min.
2007 Events
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2007.IA.37-1 "(Rajikaru!) Experimentations in Japanese Art 1950-1975," April 27-29, 2007 (set of 8 DVDs and 5 CDs)
(2019.IA.12) (Rajikaru!) Experimentations in Japanese Art 1950-1975 [conference sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

This weekend of free events included a half-day festival, an evening of performances, and a daylong conference that explored critical vanguard art practices in Japan from 1950 to 1975.
Includes event recordings, ephemera, proof sheets, and digital images (CD).
RESTRICTED. This material is restricted to on-site research access only.
9 hrs., 34 min.
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2007.IA.37-5 "Craft at the Limits" conference and panel, May 31, June 1-2, 2007 (set of 13 DVDs)
This conference and panel of artists explored the social and artistic place of craft in the postwar period.
Includes event recordings, ephemera, proof sheets, and digital images (CD).
6 hrs., 43 min.
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2009.IA.23-01 "Côte à Côte-Coast to Coast: Art and Jazz in France and California," November 13-15, 2007 (set of 14 DVDs and 3 CDs)
By extending the parameters of a traditional scholarly conference, Côte à Côte explored the relationship between jazz and contemporary art.
Includes event recordings, ephemera, and digital images (CD) documenting the concert, rehearsal, and conference.
9 hrs., 24 min.
2008 Events
"The Object in Transition" conference recordings, January 25-26, 2008
This conference aimed to foster increased dialogue between art historians, conservators, and artists via presentations of joint research, intensive examination of case studies, and panel discussions.
12 hrs., 14 min.
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2008.IA.04-1 Event recordings (set of 24 DVDs and 2 CDs)
2008.IA.04-1 Ephemera
View Conference Day 1 recordings online via video on the GRI YouTube channel embedded on the GRI website
View Conference Day 2 recordings online via video on the GRI YouTube channel embedded on the GRI website
California Video Screening Series, Spring 2008
Organized in association with the exhibition California Video at the J. Paul Getty Museum, this screening series explored alternate perspectives of the diverse history of video art in California.
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2011.IA.07-03 Ephemera: promotional materials and event programs, March-May, 2008
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2011.IA.07-04 Part One: "Memory Inversion," hosted by Rita González, March 26, 2008 (set of 2 DVDs)
Rita Gonzalez, artist and assistant curator, special exhibitions, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, hosts a program that focuses on video art from the late 1980s and early 1990s. The program features works by Lawrence Andrews, Steve Fagin, Erika Suderberg, and others.
1 hr., 49 min.
2011.IA.07-04 Part Two: "Media/Concept/Art," hosted by Bob Riley, April 2, 2008 (set of 3 DVDs)
Bob Riley, independent curator and founder of the Department of Media Arts at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), investigates the legacy of performance art and its relationship to video in California. The program features works by Karen Finley, Howard Fried, the Kipper Kids, Marlon Riggs, and others.
1 hr., 36 min.
2011.IA.07-04 Part Three: "L.A. Video: Uncensored," hosted by Bruce Yonemoto, April 9, 2008 (1 DVD)
Bruce Yonemoto offers an overview of the underside of an urban Los Angeles often glimpsed but rarely seen. Participating artists felt a freedom to show works without the restrictions imposed by television, film content, or the ever-present museum/gallery curatorial complex. The program features works by Patti Podesta, Joe Sola, Wenden Baldwin and Mark Trezise, Branda Miller and Norman Yonemoto, David Burns, Bruce and Norman Yonemoto, Nina R. Salerno, Nguyen Tan Hoang, Ben Chase, and Chuck Roche and Black Randy.
1 hr., 40 min.
2011.IA.07-04 Part Four: "TV Art," hosted by Kathy Rae Huffman, May 14, 2008 (1 DVD)
Kathy Rae Huffman, visual arts director of Cornerhouse and former curator at the Long Beach Museum of Art, hosts a screening of works inspired and influenced by an aesthetic commentary on television; all were broadcast in the 1970s and 1980s. The program features works by Ante Bozanich, Nancy Buchanan, Chris Burden, John Duncan, Doug Hall, Ilene Segalove, Mitchell Syrop, Bruce and Norman Yonemoto, and others.
1 hr., 34 min.
2011.IA.07-04 Part Five: "Without Imagination There Is No Will: The Woman's Building Tapes," hosted by Meg Cranston, May 21, 2008 (set of 3 DVDs)
Meg Cranston, a Los Angeles-based artist, presents a selection of rarely screened video works produced at the Los Angeles Woman's Building in the 1970s. This program features works by Jerri Allyn, Nancy Angelo and Candace Compton, Nancy Buchanan, Cheri Gaulke, Leslie Labowitz, Suzanne Lacy, Susan Mogul, Antoinette de Jong Portis, Sheila Ruth, and Chris Wong.
3 hrs., 24 min.
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2011.IA.07-05 Part Six: "I'll be your mirror: Works About Celebrity," hosted by Steve Seid, May 28, 2008 (1 DVD)
Steve Seid, video curator at the Pacific Film Archive, University of California, Berkeley, celebrates the Golden State's most renewable resource: celebrity, pure and simple. The program features works by Anne McGuire, Lucas Michael, Karla Milosevich, Leslie Singer, Scott Stark, and others.
2 hrs., 5 min.
Le Corbusier's Toward an Architecture lecture by Jean-Louis Cohen, February 7, 2008
(2011.IA.07_2019.IA.12) Le Corbusier's Toward an Architecture: From the Bildungsroman to the Manifesto [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

Jean-Louis Cohen discussed Le Corbusier's noted work Toward an Architecture (Vers une architecture), first published in 1923 by Le Corbusier and reissued by the Getty Research Institute in 2007 in a new scholarly translation by John Goodman.
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1 hr., 34 min.
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2009.IA.23-01 "Anglo-American Exchange in Postwar Sculpture, 1945-1975," April 25-26, 2008 (set of 7 DVDs)
This symposium explored the postwar interaction between British and American sculptors, critics, curators, and teachers, and examined the particular importance of Anglo-American exchange to the history of postwar sculpture.
36 min.
2009.IA.23-01 "Against Reason: John Lautner and Postwar Architecture," September 19-20, 2008 (set of 3 DVDs)
(2009.IA.23) Against reason : John Lautner and postwar architecture / [symposium sponsored by the Hammer Museum and the Getty Research Institute]

This symposium explored the antirationalist trend in architecture during the second half of the 20th century.
2 hrs., 51 min.
The Image of Peru: History and Art, 1550-1880, October 17–18, 2008
(2017.IA.13) The Image of Peru: History and Art, 1550-1880 [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

This two-day symposium focused on the visual representation of Peru from the colonial period through the nineteenth century. Along with the GRI exhibition it accompanied-- The Marvel and Measure of Peru-- the symposium was the culmination of a project to study, publish, and exhibit two illuminated chronicles of the history of Peru written by the Spanish Mercedarian friar Martín de Murúa, and illustrated by at least two artists, including the native Peruvian Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala.
2009 Events
"Explodity: An Evening of Transrational Sound Poetry," February 4, 2009
(2019.IA.12) Explodity: An Evening of Transrational Sound Poetry [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

Contemporary experimental poets read Russian Futurist zaum' and their own sound poetry. (2012.IA.009)
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1 hr., 27 min.
Renaissance Society of America Bennett Lecture by David Freedberg: "Movement and Morality," March 20, 2009
Art historian David Freedberg presents his paper, "Movement and Morality," in which he explores representations of the human body in various Renaissance works, including those by Dante, Ficino, and Botticelli.
1 hr., 18 min.
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2012.IA.009-01 Audio (.mp3) (1 CD)
2012.IA.009-01 Video (1 DVD)
"German / American Artistic Exchange During the Cold War" conference, March 21, 2009
(2009.IA.23) German / American artistic exchange during the Cold War / [conference sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

This conference examined the cultural and intellectual exchanges that occurred between the United States and Germany from 1945 to 1989.
6 hrs., 13 min.
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2012.IA.009-01 "Works in Progress" presentation and piano performance by Philip Thomas, April 14, 2009 (1 audio CD, MP3)
Philip Thomas presents a lecture on American composer Christian Wolff and his composition, "For Pianist," which was first performed by David Tudor. This lecture explores the demands facing the performer in "For Pianist" and the performing tradition established by David Tudor, as detailed in the David Tudor archive at the Getty Research Institute, and features performances of solo piano works composed by Wolff in the 1950s.
2 hrs., 20 min.
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2012.IA.009-04 "Architecture and Design: Investigating the Collection" Day 2 Session 4, April 30, 2009 (master recording: 1 audiocassette)
This research lab brought together a group of scholars to explore the Getty Research Institute's extensive architecture and design holdings.
NOTE: Master recordings are restricted; use copies do not currently exist. Production of use copies is required before access will be granted; this may delay research requests. Advanced notice is required.
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2012.IA.009-01 "Civil Rights and African American History in the Contemporary South" Works in Progress lecture by Dell Upton, May 14, 2009 (1 audio CD)
(2012.IA.009) Civil Rights and African-American History Memorials in the Contemporary Urban South [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

Architectural historian Dell Upton explored how monuments have been used as a visual language to celebrate the democratic, nonviolent civil rights movement that began in the American South.
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1 hr., 24 min.
2012.IA.009-01 "Walls of Algiers: Reconsidering the Colonial Archive" roundtable and lectures, May 28, 2009 (1 audio CD)
This colloquium examined questions raised by the Getty Research Institute's exhibition Walls of Algiers: Narratives of the City.
3 hrs., 34 min.
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2011.IA.07-06 "In Conversation: Barbara Isenberg and Frank Gehry," June 4, 2009 (set of 2 DVDs)
Author Barbara Isenberg and architect Frank Gehry reflected upon over 20 years of conversations.
1 hr., 48 min.
2010 Events
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2012.IA.009-01 "Smith on Smith" event photographs by Todd Cheney, (1 photo CD: 104 color digital images, JPEG), January 28, 2010 (1 CD)
In celebration of the GRI publication Harry Smith: The Avant-Garde in the American Vernacular, Patti Smith and friends gathered at the Hammer Museum for a night of film, live music, and remembrance of filmmaker, musicologist, and bohemian Harry Smith.
"Overflow: A Reinvention of Allan Kaprow's Fluids," by LA Art Girls, April 2010
A project by the LA Art Girls conceived as both a historical homage to Kaprow's Fluids and a contemporary investigation of issues raised by the original work such as environmentalism and participation. It was commissioned by the Getty Research Institute.
View time lapse of Overflow online via video on the GRI YouTube channel embedded on the GRI website
3 min.
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2011.IA.07-03 Ephemera: posters and promotional material, April 2010
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2011.IA.07-05 Recording of preparatory meeting, April 5, 2010 (set of 2 DVDs)
1 hr., 22 min.
2011.IA.07-05 Event recordings, April 26-27, 2010 (set of 6 DVDs)
7 hrs., 30 min.
2011.IA.07-05 Digital images (TIFFs), April 27, 2010 (1 CD)
[Conversation with William Krisel regarding the film William Krisel, Architect] directed by Jake Gorst, April 13, 2010
This documentary blends a range of film sources, including historical footage of the architect at work, new interviews, and conversations.
1 hr., 3 min.
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2011.IA.07-03 Ephemera
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2011.IA.07-05 Event recording (1 DVD)
"Zoom Out: The Making and Unmaking of the 'Orient' through Photography" symposium, May 6-7, 2010
This symposium examined how the Middle East and North Africa were represented through photography during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
9 hrs., 34 min.
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2012.IA.009-01 Event audio recordings (2 audio discs: MP3 files)
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2012.IA.009-02 Event program and announcement
"Vivisimo Muerto: Debates on Surrealism in Latin America" symposium, June 25-26, 2010
This two-day symposium explored the history of surrealist ideas and practices in Latin America.
10 hrs.
View "Vivisimo Muerto" video and ephemera online via video on the GRI YouTube channel embedded on the GRI website
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2011.IA.07-03 Ephemera: Fliers and programs
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2011.IA.07-06 Event recordings (set of 10 DVDs)
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2012.IA.009-01 "Books that Matter for People Who Care" lecture by David Godine marking the 40th anniversary of Godine Press, July 23, 2010 (1 audio CD, MP3)
(2012.IA.009) Books that Matter for People Who Care [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the David R. Godine publishing house, David Godine gave a lecture about the letterpress books made by his company between 1970 and 1985 and collected by the Getty Research Institute.
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1 hr., 1 min.
2011 Events
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2011.IA.07-06 "Mesoamerichanics" lecture by the de la Torre brothers (Einar and Jamex), January 22, 2011 (1 audio DVD)
(2011.IA.07) Mesoamerichanics [conservation sponsored by Getty Research Institute.]

Artists Einar and Jamex de la Torre explored their approach to reinterpreting the classics of Mesoamerican sculpture.
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1 hr., 20 min.
2011.IA.07-06 "Modernism's Ruins: Appropriations of Ancient Mesoamerica" conversation with Jesse Lerner, January 23, 2011 (1 audio DVD)
(2011.IA.07) Modernism's Ruins: Appropriations of Ancient Mesoamerica [conversation sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

Los Angeles-based documentary filmmaker and writer Jesse Lerner discussed the persistence of ancient Mexican visual culture in the modern imagination.
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1 hr., 26 min.
"The Display of Art in Eighteenth-Century Europe" colloquium, February 3-4, 2011
(2012.IA.009) The Display of Art in Eighteenth-Century Europe 1700-1830 [colloquium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

This two-day colloquium focused on the history of the picture gallery in eighteenth-century Europe.
9 hrs., 29 min.
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2012.IA.009-02 Printed event program
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2012.IA.009-01 "Taste and the Senses: Aesthetic Formation and Material Experience in Eighteenth-Century France" symposium, June 2-3, 2011 (1 audio DVD)
(2012.IA.009) Taste and the Senses: Aesthetic Formation and Material Experience in Eighteenth-Century France [symposium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

This symposium explored how Enlightenment thinking about the senses marked a turning point in the reception of art with the creation of a new aesthetic sensibility.
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9 hrs., 5 min.
2012 Events
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2012.IA.009-01 "The Introduction of Photography as a Practice in Archaeological Documentation since the Late 19th Century" lecture by Ortwin Dally, January 12, 2012 (1 audio DVD)
Ortwin Dally discussed photography's status in archaeology as well as its relationship to other forms of visual representation.
1 hr., 20 min.
2012.IA.009-01 Thomas Demand's Pacific Sun: Conversation, March 29, 2012 (1 audio disc)
(2012.IA.009) Thomas Demand's Pacific Sun [conversation sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

This conversation about Thomas Demand's film Pacific Sun explored the intersections of photography and film, art and memory, and aesthetics and technology.
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1 hr., 22 min.
"Fred Zinnemann: Cinema of Resistance" film series,
This film series included screenings and conversations about one of Hollywood's legendary directors.
View Zinnemann "Conversations" online via video on the GRI YouTube channel embedded on the GRI website
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2012.IA.009-01 "A Conversation About High Noon" Access copy (.MP4 and .MOV) April 17, 2012 (1 DVD)
45 min.
2012.IA.009-01 "A Conversation about Julia" Access copy (.MP4 and .MOV) April 24, 2012 (1 DVD)
44 min.
Getty Research Portal launch and colloquium, May 31, 2012
This colloquium marked the launch of the Getty Research Portal™ of digitized art history texts. Participants discussed the portal's potential to revolutionize how art historians conduct research and its consequences for the digital humanities.
View Getty Research Portal video and program online via video on the GRI YouTube channel embedded on the GRI website
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2012.IA.009-01 Access copy audio (1 disc: MP3)
4 hrs., 23 min.
2012.IA.009-01 Access copy video (1 disc: DVD video)
4 hrs., 15 min.
2012.IA.009-01 Access copy video resized for web (1 disc: MOV)
2012.IA.009-01 "Art, Film and the Current Condition" Art on Screen workshop, June 15-16, 2012 (2 multimedia discs)
(2012.IA.009) Art, Film, and the Current Condition workshop [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

This workshop explored the ways that cinema is produced and exhibited in an active, yet often unacknowledged, dialogue with the visual arts and museum culture.
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1 hr., 28 min.
Arthur Schnitzler and Vienna 1900 performance and discussion, September 9, 2012
A panel discussion and staged reading of Arthur Schnitzler-Being Jewish focused on the writer's conflicted feelings about his Jewish identity.
2 hrs., 5 min.
View "Schnitzler and Vienna 1900" online via video on the GRI YouTube channel embedded on the GRI website
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2013.IA.02-03 Access copy (1 disc: DVD video)
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2013.IA.02-04 Brazil Project workshop and panel discussion, October 1-5, 2012 (1 disc: MP3)
(2013.IA.02) Writing the Art Histories of Brazil : panel discussion : recording

Following a week-long workshop, authors and editors discussed their collaboration on a scholarly book on the art history of Brazil.
1 hr., 29 min.
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2013.IA.02-05 "The Artifact, Its Context and Their Narrative: multidisciplinary conservation in historic house museums" ICOM-DEMHIST and ICOM-CC Joint Conference, November 6-9, 2012 (10 discs: CD audio)
The International Council of Museums International Committee for Historic House Museums (ICOM-DEMHIST) and three International Council of Museums Committee for Conservation (ICOM-CC) working groups met November 6-9, 2012, hosted by The Getty Research and Getty Conservation institutes in Los Angeles. The symposium focused on managing the deterioration of structure and materials in historic house museums, "while balancing the need for public access with current standards of practice in conservation."
10 hrs., 54 min.
2013 Events
"A New Friendship between Art and Anthropology: Surrealism in Mexico" lecture by Dawn Ades, January 31, 2013
(2013.IA.02) A New Friendship between Art and Anthropology : Surrealism in Mexico / lecture by Dawn Ades

This lecture explored the relationship between archaeology, anthropology, and modern art in the avant-garde journal Dyn.
1 hr., 25 min.
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2013.IA.02-05 "Young Literati: readings by Aimee Bender, Jeff Nicholson, Susan Straight, and David Ulin," February 10, 2013 (1 audio disc: MP3 on CD)
(2013.IA.02) Young Literati : recorded readings

A meeting of the Young Literati during which the following members read excerpts from their work: Michael Silverblatt, Aimee Bender, Jeff Nicholson, Susan Straight, and David Ulin.
1 hr., 44 min.
2013.IA.02-05 "Dancing With the Devil; The Rolling Stones in Cinema" lecture by David E. James, February 20, 2013 (1 audio disc: MP3 on CD)
This lecture revolves around a scene in Gimme Shelter, a documentary film directed by Albert and David Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin that depicts the last few days of the Rolling Stones' 1969 US tour.
The lecture was part of the Cinematic Arts Seminar project, a collaboration between the Getty Research Institute (GRI) and the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts. The seminars were designed to encourage and facilitate interdisciplinary discussion among scholars in the fields of art history, cinema, and moving-image culture.
1 hr., 47 min.
"Allan Sekula and the Cinema of Honest Materiality" lecture by Edward Dimendberg (GRI USC SCA Cinematic Arts Seminar), February 20, 2013
(2013.IA.02) Allan Sekula and the Cinema of Honest Materiality / lecture by Edward Dimendberg

At this talk, Professor Edward Dimendberg and Colin Gardner of the University of California, Santa Barbara discussed the work of Allan Sekula, historian, critic, photographer, and filmmaker.
The lecture was part of the Cinematic Arts Seminar project, a collaboration between the Getty Research Institute (GRI) and the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts. The seminars were designed to encourage and facilitate interdisciplinary discussion among scholars in the fields of art history, cinema, and moving-image culture.
1 hr., 51 min.
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2013.IA.02-05 Pascal Bertrand and Stéphanie Trouvé lecture on the Arachne research project, March 26, 2013 (1 audio disc: MP3 on CD)
(2013.IA.02) Lecture on the Arachne research project

Bertrand and Trouvé share information about Arachne, the central object database of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) and the Archaeological Institute of the University of Cologne. Arachne is intended to provide archaeologists and Classicists with a free internet research tool for quickly searching records on objects and their attributes.
58 min.
"Objects in Motion in the Early Modern World" conference, May 10-11, 2013
(2013.IA.02) Objects in Motion in the Early Modern World [conference sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

This two-day conference co-sponsored by the Getty Research Institute and the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute examined the circulation of objects across regions and cultures in the early modern period, addressing the ways in which mobility led to new meanings, uses, and interpretations.
10 hrs., 24 min.
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2013.IA.02-05 "Urban Ambition: Assessing the Evolution of L.A.," May 30-31, 2013 (1 audiodisc; MP3s)
(2013.IA.02) Urban Ambition : Assessing the Evolution of L.A. : symposium recordings

This two-day symposium analyzed diverse issues related to L.A.'s layered architectural history, its ongoing evolution, and its future possibilities.
12 hrs., 9 min.
"Why L.A.? An Evening with Hitoshi Abe, Neil Denari, Craig Hodgetts, and Peter Noever," May 30, 2013 (1 audiodisc; MP3)
(2013.IA.02_2019.IA.12) Why L.A.? : An Evening with Hitoshi Abe, Neil Denari, Craig Hodgetts, and Peter Noever

Internationally renowned leaders in the architecture community reflected on how the city's built environment has affected their work.
1 hr., 30 min.
"What the Critic Sees: Ada Louise Huxtable and Her Legacy," June 25, 2013
(2013.IA.02) What the Critic Sees : Ada Louise Huxtable and Her legacy / lecture by Christopher Hawthorne

Christopher Hawthorne, Los Angeles Times architecture critic, examined the career and legacy of Ada Louise Huxtable.
1 hr., 8 min.
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2013.IA.02-05 "A Search Renewed : New Efforts to Trace Artworks Displaced During the World War II Era," lecture by Lynn H. Nicholas, September 25, 2013 (1 audio disc: MP3)
(2013.IA.02) A Search Renewed : New Efforts to Trace Artworks Displaced During the World War II Era / lecture by Lynn H. Nicholas

Lynn H. Nicholas discussed new trends in the study of art that was displaced during World War II.
1 hr., 20 min.
2013.IA.02-05 "Engraving and Empire in Spanish America" lecture by Clara Bargellini, October 24, 2013 (1 audiodisc; MP3)
(2013.IA.02) Engraving Empire in Spanish America / lecture by Clara Bargellini

This lecture discussed printmaking in America. The recent find of a previously unknown print, dated in 1608 and signed by Samuel Stradanus of Antwerp, suggests fresh perspectives on the beginnings of engraving in Spanish America.
This lecture was part of the workshop Books and Prints in the Spanish Americas held at the Getty Research Institute.
2 hrs.
2013.IA.02-05 Art on Screen: A Conversation with Agnès Varda, November 3, 2013 (1 audiodisc; MP3)
(2013.IA.02_2019.IA.12) Art on Screen : A Conversation with Agnes Varda

Using her personal history, relationships, and travels as inspiration, Agnès Varda expands the documentary genre beyond the screen to the gallery and museum.
1 hr., 38 min.
"The Colors of the New World: Artists, Materials, and the Creation of the Florentine Codex" lecture by Diana Magaloni, November 7, 2013
(2014.IA.06_2019.IA.12) The Colors of the New World: Artists, Materials, and the Creation of the Florentine Codex [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

The Florentine Codex is the single most important artistic and historical document for studying the peoples and cultures of pre-Hispanic and colonial Central Mexico. It reflects both indigenous and Spanish traditions of writing and painting, including parallel columns of text in Spanish and Nahuatl and more than two thousand watercolor illustrations prepared in European and Aztec pictorial styles.
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1 hr., 20 min.
2014 Events
Cornelia Funke Storytelling and Book Signing, April 6, 2014
(2014.IA.06) Cornelia Funke Storytelling and Book Signing

Award-winning children's author Cornelia Funke read a selection of her best-selling works and spoke about where she finds inspiration.
1 hr., 4 min.
"Jackson Pollock's Mural: Transition, Context, Afterlife" symposium, May 16, 2014
(2014.IA.06) Jackson Pollock's Mural: Transition, Context, Afterlife symposium [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

A day of lively conversation among art historians, scientists, and conservators about the context and legacies of Jackson Pollock's Mural.
5 hrs., 57 min.
"Mapping Artworks: A New Digital Tool and Future Directions for Digital Art History" lecture by Jodi Cranston, August 13, 2014
(2015.IA.08) Mapping Artworks: A New Digital Tool and Future Directions for Digital Art History [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

The presentation introduced the web application "Mapping Titian" (www.mappingtitian.org) and reflects on digital ways to develop thoughtful research projects in art history.
1 hr., 9 min.
"Japanese Zen Buddhism and the Impossible Painting" lecture by Yukio Lippit, September 23, 2014
(2015.IA.08_2019.IA.12) Japanese Zen Buddhism and the Impossible Painting [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

This lecture considered the connections between ink paintings, medieval shogunal culture, and Zen Buddhism's doctrinal emphasis on the concept of emptiness.
1 hr., 7 min.
Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, a two day workshop, October 6-7, 2014
(2015.IA.08) Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA A Two-Day workshop [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is an ambitious exploration of Latino and Latin American art taking place in Los Angeles and all across Southern California from September 2017 through January 2018.
10 hrs., 31 min.
"Photography and Sculpture: The Art Object in Reproduction" symposium, October 25, 2014
(2015.IA.08_2019.IA.12) Photography and Sculpture: The Art Object in Reproduction [symposium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute and the Clark Art Institute]

This symposium explored the intersections between sculpture and photography.
6 hrs., 19 min.
Pacific Standard Time LA/LA conversation series: "Latin Americanisms: Colonialism and Coloniality," December 11, 2014
(2015.IA.08) Latin Americanisms Hemispheric Visions and Artistic Practice: Colonialism and Coloniality [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Through presentations and moderated discussion, this panel examined the colonial period and its contemporary legacies in Latin America.
2 hrs., 2 min.
Art on Screen seminar "Revelations Inside Buon Fresco: A screening and conversation between Tacita Dean, Davide Gasparotto and Yvonne Szafran," December 4, 2014
(2015.IA.08) Revelations inside Buon Fresco: Art on Screen Seminar with Tacita Dean [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

North American premiere of artist Tacita Dean's new film Buon Fresco, followed by cross-disciplinary conversation between Dean, art historian and curator Davide Gasparotto, and conservator Yvonne Szafran.
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1 hr., 16 min.
Connecting Seas: Imagining the Conquest of Mexico lecture, March 12, 2014
(2014.IA.06_2019.IA.12) Connecting Seas: Imagining the Conquest of Mexico [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

UCLA professor Kevin Terraciano explores how the Spanish Conquest of 16th-century Aztec Mexico was documented visually in books and prints, comparing the divergent indigenous and Spanish accounts. 
Connecting Seas: Object of Plunder: The Congo through the Centuries lecture, March 16, 2014
(2014.IA.06_2019.IA.12) Connecting Seas: Object of Plunder: The Congo through the Centuries [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

Adam Hochschild traces the history of the Congo as it emerges from photographs, cartoons, posters, and documents. He details the 19th-century colonial exploration and exploitation of the Congo under the infamous King Leopold II of Belgium and discusses the repercussions of his regime. 
2015 Events
World War I Lecture Series, January 25, February 22, March 19, 2015
In conjunction with the exhibition World War I: War of Images, Images of War, this lecture series explores the art and culture of the First World War.
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5 hrs.
View World War I lectures online via video on the GRI YouTube channel embedded on the GRI website
Dance of the Maize God film screening and panel discussion, February 1, 2015
(2015.IA.08) Dance of the Maize God [film screening and discussion sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Film screening and discussion explored ancient Maya life and mythology, as well as the tangled issues involved in the collection and study of looted art.
48 min.
Pacific Standard Time LA/LA conversation series: "Latin Americanisms: Archive and Memory," February 10, 2015
This screening, lecture, and conversation considers how the archive informs memory, political action, and artistic practice in Latin America. (2015.IA.08)
3 hrs.
"Reframing the Future of Film: A Discussion with Tacita Dean, Christopher Nolan, and Kerry Brougher," March 8, 2015
(2015.IA.08_2019.IA.12) Reframing the Future of Film: A Discussion with Tacita Dean, Christopher Nolan, and Kerry Brougher [discussion sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

Tacita Dean and Christopher Nolan, both passionate advocates within their respective fields, discussed the necessary future of film with Kerry Brougher. (2015.IA.08)
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4 hrs., 57 min.
Art on Screen seminar with Mark Webber: "Film as Film: Gregory J. Markopoulos' Galaxie, April 7, 2015
Lecture by film scholar and curator Mark Webber on Gregory J. Markopoulos' life and work, followed by a screening of Markopoulos' Galaxie.
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32 min.
"Visual and Textual Dialogues in Colonial Mexico and Europe: The Florentine Codex" conference, April 17-18, 2015
(2015.IA.08_2019.IA.12) Visual and Textual Dialogues in Colonial Mexico and Europe: The Florentine Codex [conference sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Discussions of how Nahua contributors and their Spanish interpreter used images and alphabetic texts to represent their cultures to mixed audiences in Mexico and Europe during the late 16th century.
3 hrs., 27 min.
"Object-Value-Canon" scholar symposium, May 12-13, 2015
Two-day symposium that examined and reassessed the terms object, value, and canon in the light of art history changing from a Western-oriented discipline to a global one to enrich the understanding of the world's artistic heritage. (2015.IA.08)
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9 hrs., 14 min.
"The Legacy of Transgressive Objects" scholar colloquium, May 14, 2015
This workshop traces the afterlife and historization of the theorem of transgression in art, architecture, technology, music, and psychedelic practices of the 60s and 70s by looking at the objects, materials, and images that actually shaped the idea of transgression.
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4 hrs., 48 min.
"Reconsidering Harald Szeemann" panel discussion, May 28, 2015
(2015.IA.08) Reconsidering Harald Szeemann [panel sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

This panel explored the work of Swiss curator Harald Szeemann and the interactions between artistic and curatorial practice.
2 hrs,. 15 min.
Recent Video in Latin America, June 3, 2015
(2015.IA.08) Recent Video from Latin America screening [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

This 90-minute screening featured recent video and performance artworks by 17 artists and collectives from Latin America.
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1 hr.
Art on Screen seminar with Jennifer Peterson and Alexander Nemerov: "Landscape in Hollywood Films from the Age of Affluence," June 9, 2015
(2015.IA.08) Art on Screen: Landscape in Hollywood Films from the Age of Affluence [film screening and lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

A presentation by Jennifer Peterson followed by comments by Alexander Nemerov discussed how landscape, formerly relegated to the background of images and discourse, evolved as a dynamic, politically charged component of film style.
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1 hr., 31 min.
"An Afternoon Adventure with Cornelia Funke" storytelling and book signing, June 19 and 21, 2015
(2015.IA.08) An Afternoon Adventure with Cornelia Funke [storytelling and book signing sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Award-winning children's author Cornelia Funke read from a selection of her best-selling works and spoke about where she finds inspiration.
1 hr., 21 min.
"Photography and Media Arts in Cold War Hungary" Workshop, July 20-21, 2015
(2015.IA.08) Photography and the Visual Arts in Cold War Hungary [forum sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Open forum that examined the encounters between photography and the visual arts to demonstrate how the interaction between images across various disciplines, as referenced by contemporary artists and spectators, had the ability to shape the partial field of vision created by those in power and sometimes undermine their message.
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1 hr., 54 min.
"Fit for a King: Louis XIV and the Art of Fashion" lecture, August 23, 2015
(2015.IA.08) Fit for a King: Louis XIV and the Art of Fashion [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Art historian Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell examined the Sun King's lasting contributions to French fashion as well as his own exquisite taste.
1 hr., 25 min.
Darra Goldstein and the The Oxford Companion to Sugar and Sweets conversation and book signing, October 21, 2015
(2015.IA.08) Darra Goldstein and The Oxford Companion to Sugar and Sweets conversation and book signing [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Darra Goldstein signed copies of her definitive volume The Oxford Companion to Sugar and Sweets.
1 hr.
"Edible Delights in History" panel discussion, November 14, 2015
(2015.IA.08) Edible Delights in History, panel discussion [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

Culinary experts and Getty curators discussed two Getty exhibitions about the art of food in medieval and early modern Europe. (2015.IA.08)
1 hr., 3 min.
"Looking East, Looking West: Mughal Painting between Persia and Europe" lecture by Kavita Singh, November 19, 2015
Kavita Singh explored the entangled history of politics and style in Mughal painting. (2015.IA.08)
59 min.
View Looking East, Looking West lecture online via the GRI YouTube channel
Art on Screen seminar: "Living Art: An Evening with James Scott," December 2, 2015
The Los Angeles premiere of painter and filmmaker James Scott's seminal portrait films Richard Hamilton (1969) and The Great Ice Cream Robbery (1971), followed by a conversation with Scott. (2015.IA.08)
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1 hr., 39 min.
PST LA/LA: Place and Practice symposium, May 2, 2015
(2019.IA.12) PST LA/LA: Place and Practice [symposium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

In conjunction with Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, the Getty Foundation provided grant support for a two-day symposium LA/LA: Place and Practice. The event was organized by Scripps College, the Getty Foundation, the Getty Research Institute, and the San Diego Museum of Art.
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2016 Events
"Playing the Scalco: Serving Meals Directly from Renaissance Banquet Literature" lecture, January 10, 2016
(2016.IA.07_2019.IA.12) Playing the Scalco: Serving Meals Directly from Renaissance Banquet Literature [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Ken Albala discussed the large body of cookbooks, banquet guides, and carving manuals of early modern Europe, while sharing his personal experience of organizing and serving meals from them.
1 hr., 2 min.
"Making Sugar Sculpture" workshop and "Eating the Edifice" lecture by Ivan Day, January 31, 2016
(2016.IA.07) Making Sugar Sculpture workshop [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

In this illustrated lecture, food historian Ivan Day outlines the evolution of edible table art from the early Renaissance to the 19th century.
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1 hr., 13 min.
View Eating the Edifice lecture online via the GRI YouTube channel
"Royal Cavities: The Bitter Implications of Sugar Consumption in Early Modern Europe" lecture by Joseph Imorde, February 21, 2016
(2016.IA.07_2019.IA.12) Royal Cavities: The Bitter Implications of Sugar Consumption in Early Modern Europe [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

This lecture outlined an etiology of sugar in the 16th and 17th centuries and uses it as a starting point to discuss the cultural history of this specific form of "conspicuous consumption" up to the present.
49 min.
Photo Archives V: The Paradigm of Objectivity symposium, February 25-26, 2016
(2016.IA.07) Photo Archives V: The Paradigm of Objectivity [symposium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute and the Huntington Library]

This symposium explored the relationships among photographic reproduction technologies, archival practices, and concepts of objectivity, with an interdisciplinary outlook and a focus on art history.
9 hrs., 55 min.
"Bartolomeo Scappi's Paper Kitchens" lecture by Deborah L. Krohn, March 6, 2016
(2016.IA.07) Bartolomeo Scappi's Paper Kitchens [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Deborah L. Krohn discussed the first illustrated cookbook, Bartolomeo Scappi's Opera dell'arte del cucinare (1570). In her newly released publication, Food and Knowledge in Renaissance Italy: Bartolomeo Scappi's Paper Kitchens, Krohn demonstrates that Scappi, the most famous chef of the Italian Renaissance, was at the vanguard of a new way of looking at the kitchen as a workshop or laboratory.
58 min.
VW colloquium: Conceptualism's Worldly Matter, March 10, 2016
(2016.IA.07) Conceptualism's Worldly Matter [colloquium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

This workshop brought together American and European scholars to situate the work of Michael Asher, Hanne Darboven, Douglas Huebler, Cildo Meireles and others within a discussion about Conceptualism's worldly matter.
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6 hrs., 4 min.
Art and Materiality Scholar Symposium, April 18-19, 2016
(2016.IA.07) Art and Materiality [symposium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

This two-day symposium investigated the materiality of artworks and raise questions about procurement, trade, value, manufacturing, and the accumulation of new meanings as objects move between cultures.
"An Evening with Patti Smith" performance, April 30, 2016
Accompanied by piano, Smith shared the long list of songs, poems, and stories that she's written about, with, or were inspired by Robert Mapplethorpe across her career. (2016.IA.07)
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1 hr., 29 min.
Cave Temples of Dunhuang: History, Art, and Materiality symposium at Getty Center and UCLA including keynote lecture by Victor Mair, May 19-21, 2016
(2016.IA.07_2019.IA.12) Cave Temples of Dunhuang: History, Art, and Materiality

This two-day symposium took place at the Getty Center and UCLA and complemented the GRI exhibition Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China's Silk Road. More than 20 international scholars explored the unique confluence of historical perspectives, spiritual content, artistic practice, and innovative approaches to conservation of the Mogao Grottoes.
Keynote lecture by Victor Mair, "Dunhuang as Nexus of the Silk Road during the Middle Ages," preceded the symposium.
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7 hrs., 50 min.
Burden film screening and conversation, May 31, 2016
(2016.IA.07) BURDEN: film screening and conversation [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

Art on Screen presentation of the Los Angeles premiere of Burden, a probing portrait of artist Chris Burden, whose radical performances, monumental installations, and provocative videos consistently pushed the limits and nature of contemporary art.
Following the screening, the film's directors Timothy Marrinan and Richard Dewey joined GRI curator Rani Singh in a conversation.
Dissonance: Video Art in Latin America June 8, 2016
(2016.IA.07_2019.IA.12) Dissonance [screening sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

This screening featured video artworks that highlight opposing and often discordant realities as they are lived in different contexts within Latin America.
Cornelia Funke's "A Journey into the Cave of a Thousand Buddhas" storytime and book signing," June 19, 2016
(2016.IA.07) Cornelia Funke's Voyage into the Caves of the Thousand Buddhas [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

Award-winning children's author Cornelia Funke returns to the Getty Center to read her latest Getty story, featuring William Dampier, a pirate and ghost tasked with keeping at bay other ghosts and spirits haunting the Getty Center.
1 hr., 3 min.
Cave Visions and Deep Media workshop, June 22-23, 2016
A two-day workshop led by Professor Eugene Wang (Harvard University) that included nine junior scholars who visited the Dunhuang exhibition and shared ideas about Buddhist cave art throughout Asia.
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Concrete Art in Argentina and Brazil October 27-28, 2016
(2017.IA.16) Concrete Art in Argentina and Brazil [workshop sponsored by the Getty Research Institute and the Getty Conservation Institute]

This two-day workshop brought together experts in the field of concrete art in Argentina and Brazil, as well as broader thinkers on the subject matters of senses and perception, to examine some of the unresolved art historical questions in relation to the period and provoke discussion on some of the key questions of the project. This workshop was organized and hosted by the Getty Research Institute and the Getty Conservation Institute.
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Warburg in America colloquium, November 10, 2016
(2016.IA.07) Warburg in America colloquium [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

This colloquium examined Aby Warburg's work and legacy. Lectures focused on Warburg's famous travels to the southwestern United States at the turn of the century and his observation and documentation of Native American culture.
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If Venice Dies, November 5, 2016
(2017.IA.16_2019.IA.12) If Venice Dies [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Art historian Salvatore Settis discusses the devastating impact of mass tourism on historic cities like Venice.
2017 Events
Ascent: A film by Fiona Tan, January 10, 2017
(2017.IA.16) Ascent: A film by Fiona Tan [screening sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Over 4000 exceptional photographs depicting Mount Fuji form this filmic experiment balancing documentary and fiction.
Chemical Rainbows and Liquid Crystal Souls, January 18, 2017
(2017.IA.16_2019.IA.12) Chemical Rainbows and Liquid Crystal Souls: The Spirit of Alchemy in the History of Art [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

A mysterious and misunderstood subject which influenced artistic practice and expression from antiquity to the present day.
The Art of Alchemy Colloquium, January 18, 2017
(2017.IA.16_2019.IA.12) The Art of Alchemy [colloquium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

The mysterious art of alchemy transformed visual culture from antiquity to the industrial age and its legacy still permeates the world we make today.
Palmyra and Aleppo: Syria's Cultural Heritage in Conflict colloquium, February 8, 2017
(2017.IA.16) Palmyra and Aleppo: Syria's Cultural Heritage in Conflict [conversation sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

The Getty Research Institute brought together a panel of specialists to discuss the unfolding consequences of war on historic sites and monuments throughout the region.
Secrets of a European Neuroarthistory, February 21, 2017
(2017.IA.16_2019.IA.12) Secrets of a European Neuroarthistory: From the "Photographic" Art of the Chauvet Cave to the Mysterious Appeal of the Mona Lisa [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

In this talk, John Onians, Professor Emeritus of World Art at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, presents neuroarthistory, an approach to art that makes use of the latest neuroscientific knowledge.
Memorias del Subdesarrollo film screening and conversation, February 28, 2017
(2017.IA.16_2019.IA.12) Art on Screen: Memorias del Subdesarrollo [screening and conversation sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Art on Screen presents the West Coast premiere of the newly restored film Memorias del Subdesarrollo (Memories of Underdevelopment) (1968, 35 mm film, 97 mins., Spanish with English subtitles) by Cuban director Toms Gutirrez Alea.
Provenance: Exposing the Spoils of War book signing and lecture, March 1, 2017
(2017.IA.16_2019.IA.12) Provenance: Exposing the Spoils of War [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Through painstaking provenance research that extended across two continents, and drawing from the Getty Provenance Index databases and archival collections, Goodman's quest led to the recovery of hundreds of his family's possessions and the restoration of their legacy. His efforts helped change international policy regarding art restitution. His work led to the first Nazi looting case to be settled in the United States and contributed to the first major restitution in The Netherlands since the 1950s.
Bouchardon and His Contemporaries symposium, April 2, 2017
(2017.IA.16_2019.IA.12) Bouchardon and His Contemporaries [symposium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

In parallel with the exhibition Bouchardon: Royal Artist of the Enlightenment, this symposium explored the relationships Bouchardon had with his contemporaries--artists, patrons, and connoisseurs--and investigated the diffusion and reception of his oeuvre.
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Ian Hamilton Finlay: Poet, Artist and Gardener, April 5, 2017
(2017.IA.16) Ian Hamilton Finlay: Poet, Artist and Gardener, Seminar by Stephen Bann

Stephen Bann, who first met Finlay in 1964 and then began to publish texts about his concrete poetry, was one of their first visitors at Stonypath.
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"Paper Pear Paper": Charting the Course of Concrete Poetry, April 6, 2017
(2017.IA.16_2019.IA.12) "Paper Pear Paper": Charting the Course of Concrete Poetry [conversation sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

This panel discussion addressed both the common ground and the differences between the poetic art of Ian Hamilton Finlay and the work of the Brazilian concrete poets who called themselves Noigandres.
Film Preservation in Latin America, May 3, 2017
(2017.IA.16) Film Preservation in Latin America: Pasado, Presente, Futuro

This event brought together representatives from Latin American archives to showcase restored films and new archival "discoveries" from their collections as well as to discuss challenges in maintaining their countries' cinematic legacy.
The Birth of a Museum in Latin America symposium, May 11-12, 2017
(2017.IA.16_2019.IA.12) The Birth of the Museum in Latin America [symposium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

This symposium explores the histories of the foundation and subsequent development of art, archaeology, and ethnography museums across Latin America.
Choreography of the City: Hans Scharoun's Philharmonie lecture, July 12, 2017
(2017.IA.16_2019.IA.12) Choreography of the City: Hans Scharoun's Philharmonie as a Landscape of the Mind [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

In this lecture, Kurt W. Forster discusses how the Philharmonie reconfigures the very notion of a concert hall.
In Conversation with Frank Gehry and Kurt Forster, July 19, 2017
(2017.IA.16_2019.IA.12) In Conversation: Frank Gehry and Kurt Forster [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Iconic architect Frank Gehry and renowned architectural historian Kurt W. Forster explore architectural differences and similarities between sister-cities Berlin and Los Angeles on the occasion of the exhibition "Berlin/Los Angeles: Space for Music."
Teaching and Writing the Art Histories of Latin America Los Angeles symposium, October 6, 2017
(2018.IA.18) Teaching and Writing the Art Histories of Latin American Los Angeles [symposium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Inspired by the Getty's region-wide art initiative Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, this symposium considered the abundance of new knowledge generated by the PST: LA/LA.
In Africa and Beyond lecture, October 12, 2017
(2017.IA.16_2019.IA.12) Masks and the Uncanny, in Africa and Beyond [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

In this lecture, Z. S. Strother, Riggio Professor of African Art at Columbia University, uses African case studies to offer an alternative vision of masquerading. She explored the aesthetic emotions aroused by masks, or more precisely, by "dances of masks": joy, wonder, awe, fear, and the release of laughing out loud. Her talk investigated the uncannya sensation of "delicious shiveriness" triggered when familiar spaces and individuals become strange and changeable.
The "Concrete" in Poetry and Art, October 17, 2017
(2018.IA.18_2019.IA.12) The "Concrete" in Poetry and Art [conversation sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

This conversation between Getty Research Institute (GRI) curators Nancy Perloff and Zanna Gilbert brings two Getty exhibitions into dialogue: "Concrete Poetry: Words and Sounds in Graphic Space" and "Making Art Concrete: Works from Argentina and Brazil in the Coleccin Patricia Phelps de Cisneros."
PST LA/LA Symposium: Encounters, Utopias, and Experimentation: From Pre-Columbian Tenochtitlan to Contemporary Buenos Aires, November 3-5, 2017
(2018.IA.18) Pacific Standard Time LA/LA: Encounters, Utopias, and Experimentation: From Pre-Columbian Tenochtitlan to Contemporary Buenos Aires [symposium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Organized to complement the four Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exhibitions at the Getty, this three-day international symposium addressed the distinct conditions that led to artistic achievements, urban transformations, and cultural and social innovations in the ancient Americas and in Latin America across the centuries.
Cornelia Funke's Journey through the Ancient Americas, December 3, 2017
(2018.IA.18_2019.IA.12) Cornelia Funke's Journey through the Ancient Americas [storytelling and book signing sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

Award-winning children's author Cornelia Funke read her latest Getty story featuring the pirate and ghost William Dampier, who guards the Getty Center from other ghosts and spirits.
Indigenous Knowledge and the Making of the Colonial Latin America, December 8-9, 2017
(2017.IA.16_2019.IA.12) Indigenous Knowledge and the Making of the Colonial Latin America [symposium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute, the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute, and the Seaver Institute]

This symposium brought together an interdisciplinary group of scholars to explore the ways in which indigenous knowledge contributed to the making of colonial Latin America.
2018 Events
After Concretism: Audiovisual Experiments in Brazil January 30, 2018
(2018.IA.18) After Concretism: Audiovisual Experiments in Brazil [screening sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

This showcase of music, films, and videos produced by Brazilian artists and filmmakers associated with the Concrete art movement and its aftermath explores the interdisciplinary aspects of Concretismin particular, how the moving image served as an outlet for experimentation during the 1960s and 1970s.
Provenance Research Exchange Program (PREP) February 25-March 2, 2018
(2018.IA.19) Provenance Research Exchange Program (PREP) [meetings sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Third annual German/American Provenance Research Exchange Program meeting in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institute to discuss provenance research of art works unlawfully stolen during the Holocaust Era.
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Provenance- A Personal Concern, March 1, 2018
(2018.IA.18) Provenance Research - A Personal Concern

Getty Research Institute's Thomas W. Gaehtgens is joined by Stephanie Barron (Los Angeles County Museum of Art), Simon Goodman (author ofThe Orpheus Clock), and James Welu (Director Emeritus of the Worcester Art Museum) for a conversation about their motivations for and experiences with conducting provenance research.
In Conversation: Carolee Schneemann on Her Art and Archive, March 20, 2018
(2018.IA.18_2019.IA.12) In Conversation: Carolee Schneemann on Her Art and Archive

One of the pioneers of 1960s feminist art, Carolee Schneemann and art historian Anja Foerschner discussed the practical and aesthetic aspects of her archive, housed at the Getty Research Institute.
ePADD workshop, March 28, 2018
(2018.IA.19) ePADD workshop [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

The GRI was the host venue for the Los Angeles Preservation Network (LAPNet) ePADD workshop which provided participants with the knowledge and experience to begin to implement ePADD, open source software package for email archives developed by Stanford University.
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Iconoclasm and Vandalism: scholar Year end symposium, May 1-2, 2018
(2018.IA.18) Iconoclasm and Vandalism scholar theme symposium [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

This two-day symposium explored the role of iconoclasm as a mode and marker of transformation across a broad range of historical and cultural contexts. This diversity of approaches offers the opportunity to expand and refine our understanding of the concepts of iconoclasm and vandalism, as well as the categories of artistic and cultural heritage against which they are defined.
In Our Time: An Evening of Film with David Lamelas screening and conversation, May 8, 2018
(2018.IA.18_2019.IA.12) In Our Time: An Evening of Film with David Lamelas [screening and conversation sponsored by the Getty Research Institute].

The Getty Research Institute presented the world premiere of David Lamelas's new short film, In Our Time (2018), with scenes filmed at the Getty Center.
Gyula Gazdag and Cold War Hungarian Cinema, June 2, 2018
(2018.IA.18_2019.IA.12) Gyula Gazdag and Cold War Hungarian Cinema [film screening and discussion sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Film screening followed by panel discussion in relation to "Promote, Tolerate, Ban: Cold War Culture in Hungary" exhibition on view at the Wende Museum May 20, 2018-August 26, 2018.
Current Perspectives on Books and Art with Johanna Drucker, August 17, 2018
(2018.IA.18_2019.IA.12) Current Perspectives on Books and Art with Johanna Drucker [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Conversation with art book maker and professor Johanna Drucker, as related to the "Artists and Their Books/Books and Their Artists" exhibition.
Craft in America: VISIONARIES screening, October 20, 2018
(2018.IA.18) Craft in America: VISIONARIES [screening sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

The Getty Research Institute presents the world premiere of the newest episode from PBS's award-winning documentary series "Craft in America."
2019 Events
Ed Ruscha: Streets of LA colloquium, January 17-18, 2019
(2019.IA.12) Ed Ruscha: Streets of Los Angeles [colloquium sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Two-day workshop to discuss the Getty's Ed Ruscha Streets of Los Angeles project.
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Mary Schmidt Campbell: An American Odyssey, February 28, 2019
(2019.IA.12) Mary Schmidt Campbell: An American Odyssey [lecture sponsored by the Getty Research Institute]

Mary Schmidt Campbell discusses An American Odyssey: The Life and Work of Romare Bearden, her biography of the renowned 20th-century African American artist. Bearden is known for work that explores universal themes through the celebration of African American culture.
Ancient Iran and the Classical World: an international symposium, May 29-30, 2019
(2019.IA.87) Ancient Iran and the Classical World: an international symposium [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute and UCLA.]

The Pourdavoud Center for the Study of the Iranian World, the Getty Research Institute, and the J. Paul Getty Museum convened an international symposium on the exchanges between ancient Iran and the Classical world. The two-day symposium, held at UCLA and the Getty Villa, invited speakers and scholars in residence at the Getty Villa whose projects pertain to the nexus between ancient Persia and the West.
2020 Events
Getty Graduate Symposium, February 1, 2020
(2020.IA.21) Getty Graduate Symposium [sponsored by the Getty Research Institute.]

The Getty Research Institute hosted the second annual Getty Graduate Symposium, showcasing the work of emerging scholars from art history graduate programs across California. Organized into three sessions, the symposium included nine individual presentations, panel discussions moderated by faculty mentors, and question-and-answer sessions with the audience. Participating universities included Stanford University; University of California, Berkeley; University of California, Irvine; University of California, Los Angeles; University of California, Riverside; University of California, San Diego; University of California, Santa Barbara; University of California, Santa Cruz; and the University of Southern California.


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