The J. Paul Getty Trust

Barry Munitz President and Chief Executive Officer
Stephen D. Rountree
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
John F. Cooke
Executive Vice President, External Affairs
Russell S. Gould Executive Vice President, Finance and Investments

The Getty Conservation Institute

Timothy P. Whalen Director
Jeanne Marie Teutonico Special Advisor to the Director

Group Directors

Kathleen Gaines Administration
Alberto de Tagle Science
Jeanne Marie Teutonico Field Projects (acting)
Marta de la Torre Information & Communications

Electronic Edition

Jeffrey Levin Editor
Alison Dalgity Web site Project Manager
Carol Cressler Web production
Jane Fujimoto Web site support

The Getty Conservation Institute works internationally to advance conservation practice in the visual arts—broadly interpreted to include objects, collections, architecture, and sites. The Institute serves the conservation community through scientific research into the nature, decay, and treatment of materials; education and training; model field projects; and the dissemination of information through traditional publications and electronic means. In all its endeavors, the GCI is committed to addressing unanswered questions and promoting the highest possible standards of conservation.

The Institute is a program of the J. Paul Getty Trust, an international cultural and philanthropic institution devoted to the visual arts and the humanities that includes an art museum as well as programs for education, scholarship, and conservation.

Conservation, The Getty Conservation Institute Newsletter, is distributed free of charge three times per year, to professionals in conservation and related fields and to members of the public concerned about conservation. Back issues of the newsletter, as well as additional information regarding the activities of the GCI, can be found here.

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GCI Web Site Update
The Getty Conservation Institute's Web site now includes detailed information on current Institute projects. Also added to the site are highlights of past projects. Project descriptions include links to newsletter articles, scientific research abstracts, photographs, the Getty Library catalogue, and related non-Getty Web sites.