Educational Advisor Reese Weltman and ACCESS Programs Counselor Jeff Stambook escorted a group of EOPS students from the Lake Isabella campus to the Getty Center in Los Angeles.
Together the group explored the five two-story pavilions set around an open courtyard that house the J. Paul Getty Museum’s ever-expanding permanent collection, changing exhibitions, dramatic architecture, and tranquil gardens with breathtaking views. A floating megalopolis in a special contained world all its own, the Getty Center complex also houses the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities, complete with a million-volume library, reading rooms, study carrels, small exhibition space, and offices. Art Instructor Geoffrey Voigt provided students with insight and information of the various exhibits.
Every experience, good or bad, is a priceless collector’s item.