College Faculty and Students
College and university faculty are encouraged to bring their classes to the Getty Museum. Faculty may teach groups of 25 or less in the galleries, or make arrangements for an architecture and garden tour. Questions? E-mail groups@getty.edu.

Submit a request form to bring your class to the Getty Center or Villa:

Read more about the programs we offer for college faculty and students at the Getty Center and Villa, below.

Getty Center Programs for College Students and Faculty


College Night at the Getty Center
 
College Night at the Getty Center
What would it be like to attend an exclusive fête at the Getty Center? Find out at College Night, where free art exhibitions, special presentations, music, food, and other surprises await you, the college student! Please check back here for the latest news and to learn how to get involved in the next event.

Make a Reservation to Bring Your Class
College and university classes may request a docent-led architecture and garden tour, or make a reservation to tour the galleries on their own.

Please limit teaching in the galleries to groups of 25 or fewer, and note that Getty staff-led tours have priority in the galleries.

For questions and information, please e-mail groups@getty.edu, or call (310) 440-7300.

Plan Your Visit to the Getty Center

Learn about the Getty Museum's current exhibitions

Getty Research Institute Exhibition Tours
The Getty Research Institute offers group tours of its exhibitions. Contact gritours@getty.edu to schedule a tour.

Learn about the Research Institute's current exhibitions

Getty Villa Programs for College Students and Faculty


 
College Night at the Getty Villa
SAVE THE DATE:

Tuesday, November 13, 6:00–9:00 p.m.
Free; ticket required and available beginning Monday, October 1.

The Getty Villa hosts a free, after-hours event for college students and faculty, with exclusive access to galleries, gardens, exhibitions, and conservation labs. Enjoy art, music, food and drink, creative activities, and tours that bring to life the Museum's collection of ancient art from the Bronze Age to the fall of the Roman Empire. Our theme is UNDERWORLD: prepare for life after death, ancient-style. Wear your best toga or stola (Roman gown).

Check back for more information and to learn how to reserve parking for buses.

Theater Education Programs
College and university faculty may bring their students to performances and readings of ancient drama in the Villa Auditorium and the Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman Outdoor Classical Theater. Limited free tickets are held for students attending education matinees. Please email sbrown@getty.edu for information.

Learn about the Villa's Outdoor Classical Theater

Make a Reservation to Bring Your Class
College and university classes may request a docent-led architecture and garden tour, or make a reservation to tour the galleries on their own.

Please limit teaching in the galleries to groups of 25 or fewer, and note that Getty staff-led tours have priority in the galleries.

For questions and information, please e-mail groups@getty.edu, or call (310) 440-7300.

Plan Your Visit to the Getty Villa

Learn about the Getty Museum's current exhibitions

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