The materials consist of audio recordings, video recordings, images, planning materials and ephemera that document public
events sponsored by the Getty Research Institute from 1998 to 2020. The materials include audiocassettes and born-digital
files. The events include lectures, discussions, film and video screenings, and collaborative symposia with other arts institutions.
The events focus on topics related to art history, performance art, provenance, digital humanities, architecture and the contemporary
The Getty Research Institute (GRI) is a program developed and overseen by the J. Paul Getty Trust, an international cultural
and philanthropic organization serving both general audiences and specialized professionals. The Trust is a not-for-profit
institution, educational in purpose and character, that focuses on the visual arts in all of their dimensions. The Trust currently
supports and oversees four programs: the J. Paul Getty Museum; the Getty Foundation; the Getty Conservation Institute; and
the Getty Research Institute, which is dedicated to furthering knowledge and advancing understanding of the visual arts.
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The records described in accessions 2001.IA.01; 2004.IA.11; 2006.IA.21; 2006.IA.26; 2007.IA.37; 2008.IA.04; 2008.IA.34; 2009.IA.23;
2010.IA.39; 2011.IA.07; 2012.IA.009; 2013.IA.02; 2014.IA.06; 2015.IA.08; 2016.IA.07; 2016.IA.81; 2017.IA.13; 2017.IA.16; 2018.IA.18;
2019.IA.12; 2019.IA.55 and 2020.IA.21 are available for use by qualified researchers.