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February 11, 2006 | Mike Boehm, Times Staff Writer
Deborah Marrow is an arts administrator who knows how to keep her balance and sense of clarity, people who know her say, and that makes her a good choice as interim president of the troubled J. Paul Getty Trust. Marrow, 57, was chosen to step in as Barry Munitz resigned this week after more than a year of turmoil, including allegations that the Getty acquired looted antiquities and an inquiry by the California attorney general's office into its financial practices.
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November 6, 2010 | By Jori Finkel, Los Angeles Times
The organizers of Pacific Standard Time signaled their intention to start spreading the word about their colossal visual arts collaboration set to start in October 2011 at a media event Thursday at the members-only Soho House on Sunset Boulevard. In attendance were dozens of local museum directors and publicists. In essence, Pacific Standard Time is a set of museum exhibitions that will each in their own way explore the birth of the L.A. art scene, to be staged by about 50 institutions next fall in Southern California.
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March 5, 1990 | SUZANNE MUCHNIC, TIMES ART WRITER
It isn't easy to give away the J. Paul Getty Trust's money, but the Getty Grant Program has managed to disburse $20 million during its first five years of operation. Five hundred and thirty grants have been awarded to art historians, conservators and art museums in 18 countries.
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November 12, 2009 | Suzanne Muchnic
The Getty Leadership Institute, largely devoted to the professional development of museum executives, is moving from Los Angeles to Claremont Graduate University. Funded by a renewable three-year, $2.2-million grant and renamed the Getty Leadership Institute at Claremont Graduate University, the collaborative venture will be run by the university's School of Arts and Humanities and Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management. The grant will fund the Museum Leadership Institute, a popular program of intensive three-week summer courses, and an additional, yet-to-be-determined project, said Deborah Marrow, director of the Getty Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the J. Paul Getty Trust.
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November 12, 2009 | Suzanne Muchnic
The Getty Leadership Institute, largely devoted to the professional development of museum executives, is moving from Los Angeles to Claremont Graduate University. Funded by a renewable three-year, $2.2-million grant and renamed the Getty Leadership Institute at Claremont Graduate University, the collaborative venture will be run by the university's School of Arts and Humanities and Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management. The grant will fund the Museum Leadership Institute, a popular program of intensive three-week summer courses, and an additional, yet-to-be-determined project, said Deborah Marrow, director of the Getty Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the J. Paul Getty Trust.
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December 7, 1997 | SUZANNE MUCHINC, Suzanne Muchnic is The Times' art writer
Miguel Angel Corzo * "We have a very clearly defined mission, which is to work internationally to create awareness of the importance of the world's cultural heritage and its conservation, for the use and enrichment of present and future generations," says Miguel Angel Corzo, director of the Getty Conservation Institute. "That's it; no five-page statement." But carrying out that mission is complicated.
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November 6, 2010 | By Jori Finkel, Los Angeles Times
The organizers of Pacific Standard Time signaled their intention to start spreading the word about their colossal visual arts collaboration set to start in October 2011 at a media event Thursday at the members-only Soho House on Sunset Boulevard. In attendance were dozens of local museum directors and publicists. In essence, Pacific Standard Time is a set of museum exhibitions that will each in their own way explore the birth of the L.A. art scene, to be staged by about 50 institutions next fall in Southern California.
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January 15, 2014 | By Mike Boehm
This post has been updated. Please see below for details. Addressing about 100 Los Angeles arts leaders Tuesday at City Hall, Mayor Eric Garcetti promised a more cohesive arts policy in which a variety of city departments will be attuned to fostering cultural opportunities for Angelenos while his administration banners L.A. to the world as the city “where creativity lives.” While describing his audience as “spark plugs that can ignite”...
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May 10, 2006 | Christopher Reynolds
The Getty Trust, which three months ago accepted the resignation of top executive Barry Munitz, on Tuesday announced the search committee that would seek his successor. The committee will be led by Louise H. Bryson, a Getty trustee since 1998. Other trustees on the committee include Agnes Gund, Joanne Kozberg, Luis Nogales, William E. B. Siart, Mark Siegel and Jay S. Wintrob. The trustees formalized that plan at their quarterly meeting Monday, spokesman Ron Hartwig said.
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March 15, 2006 | Christopher Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
USC President Steven B. Sample has resigned his relatively new seat on the board of the J. Paul Getty Trust, citing conflicting duties. In a three-sentence resignation letter dated Feb. 28, Sample said his responsibilities to USC "make it impossible for me to continue" as a Getty trustee. His resignation was effective immediately, and he declined to comment Tuesday. Sample joined the Getty board in September 2004. Trustees typically serve four-year terms.
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February 11, 2006 | Mike Boehm, Times Staff Writer
Deborah Marrow is an arts administrator who knows how to keep her balance and sense of clarity, people who know her say, and that makes her a good choice as interim president of the troubled J. Paul Getty Trust. Marrow, 57, was chosen to step in as Barry Munitz resigned this week after more than a year of turmoil, including allegations that the Getty acquired looted antiquities and an inquiry by the California attorney general's office into its financial practices.
MAGAZINE
December 7, 1997 | SUZANNE MUCHINC, Suzanne Muchnic is The Times' art writer
Miguel Angel Corzo * "We have a very clearly defined mission, which is to work internationally to create awareness of the importance of the world's cultural heritage and its conservation, for the use and enrichment of present and future generations," says Miguel Angel Corzo, director of the Getty Conservation Institute. "That's it; no five-page statement." But carrying out that mission is complicated.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 5, 1990 | SUZANNE MUCHNIC, TIMES ART WRITER
It isn't easy to give away the J. Paul Getty Trust's money, but the Getty Grant Program has managed to disburse $20 million during its first five years of operation. Five hundred and thirty grants have been awarded to art historians, conservators and art museums in 18 countries.
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March 4, 2014 | By David Ng
The USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program, a pioneering series of fellowships for professional arts journalists, has come to an end. Director Sasha Anawalt, an associate professor and director of arts journalism programs at USC, confirmed the closure of the 12-year-old program. The fellowships have ended because the Getty Foundation is no longer funding the program, Anawalt said. The last series of fellowships concluded in November, she said.  Deborah Marrow, director, Getty Foundation, said in a statement that the foundation is proud to have supported the program, but "we have focused our grants on special initiatives and we do not provide indefinite support for any initiative.
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February 2, 2013 | By Mike Boehm
Happy days were here again in 2012 for a number of folks in the executive offices of the J. Paul Getty Trust, although it wasn't the best of times for some others on the staff of about 1,250. A “senior management compensation” disclosure dated Jan. 31 and posted on the Getty's website shows that total compensation for the year rose by at least 8.6% for the seven executives and department heads for whom it's possible to make direct comparisons with 2011 earnings. The pay hikes came during a year when 34 employees were laid off from the Getty Museum, including more than a third of the museum's education department.
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