Program areas at J Paul Getty Trust
The J. Paul Getty museum at The Getty center and The J. Paul Getty museum at The Getty villa - see general explanation attachment
The Getty research institute ("gri") - see general explanation attachment
The Getty conservation institute ("gci") - see general explanation attachment
The Getty put on numerous public performances including "selected shorts", a series of readings of classic and contemporary short stories as well as theater and dance performances designed to attract an audience that might not otherwise visit The museum. Each fall, villa outdoor theater series features a classical tragedy or comedy at The Getty villa theater, an outdoor theater based on ancient prototypes. In addition, The Getty puts on The villa theater lab series, which features reinterpretations of classical theater.
The J. Paul Getty museum provides a variety of professional development workshops and teacher collaboration workshops to help educators and leaders integrate art education into their activities.
Royalties are received from three sources: 1) royalties are received from proquest, The information company that has contracted with The gri to provide access to The legacy data from The former gri project, The international bibliography of art, which provided comprehensive english-language indexing and abstracting for articles, books and catalogs on western art. (2) working both independently and with The copyright clearance center, gri publications licenses its previously published contents to universities for use in course packets and to publishers in The united states and abroad who want to reprint gri scholarship. (3) The Getty received royalties from ada louise huxtable's publications.
The Getty hosts educational events for certain local, national and international organizations operating in The fields relating to The Getty's mission in order to further The Getty's own priorities and as a service to organizations with common values and interests or with objectives that meet The public needs. Upon request, The museum and The research institute make available photographs and slides of works of art in its collections. These photographs are provided free of charge to scholars and arts institutions. A nominal charge is made for other requests to offset production costs. The museum also received reimbursements for costs incurred in co-organizing exhibitions with other museums. In addition, The Getty provides conservation services on art collections from other art institutions.
The museum bookstore makes available to The public a wide variety of general art books as well as publications, prints and postcards specific to The museum's collections. Additionally, scholarly publications produced by J. Paul Getty Trust publications, The research institute and The conservation institute are available from The bookstore.