Launched in 2010, the Iris is the Getty's online magazine, written by staff, volunteers, scholars, interns and other specialists at the Getty's Los Angeles campuses. The goal of this publication is "to offer news, stories, and discoveries about art, conservation, research, and philanthropy and to provide an entertaining and substantive behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of the Getty." On the homepage, visitors can look through nine different sections, including Behind the Scenes, Art, Conservation, Publications, Research, and Voices. This last area features first-person perspectives from members of the Getty community. These posts include observations on conservation science, graffiti art, and pointed pieces like "Does Text Still Matter?" Lastly, the Philanthropy area features thoughts on the Getty's work through strategic arts education initiatives.


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