The Getty Conservation Institute's principle priority is to advance conservation practice through scientific research, field projects, education and training, and dissemination of information in a variety of forms. The work the GCI undertakes in service of this goal seeks to address unsolved problems, to have impact beyond a particular object or site, and to be sustainable over time.

The GCI's work, including its projects, activities and publications, falls within three major core areas:

The GCI is pleased to make available to the conservation community a wide variety of resources for each of these core areas including project descriptions, publications, teaching materials, newsletter articles, conferences and lectures, and videos. Go to Search or Browse to see the variety of available resources.