Records consist of black-and-white and color photographs, color slides, black-and-white and color negatives, forms, and letters,
1985-1997, created for and used by the Getty Education Institute (GEI), and housed in the Slide Library. The images depict
conferences and seminars organized and hosted by the GEI; art appreciation instruction in elementary school classrooms; adults
attending lectures and museums; and publication artwork.
The Getty Center for Education in the Arts, also known as the Getty Education Institute for the Arts (GEI), was founded in
1982 with the mission of improving the quality and status of arts education in the nation's public schools. The GEI's programs
were guided by three premises: the visual arts should be an essential part of every child's education because knowledge of
the arts is a principal means of understanding human experiences and transmitting cultural values; art education's content
must be broadened to include instruction in art production, art history, art criticism, and aesthetics—an approach known as
discipline-based art education (DBAE); and the most effective art education programs are based on partnerships among teachers,
administrators, artists, museums, universities, and parents.
7.26 linear feet
Library Rights and Reproductions.
The records described in accession 1999.IA.05 are available for use by qualified researchers.