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The Cyrus Cylinder at Getty Villa

My 2013 Resolution I did not do: see a new exhibit every two weeks, including indie art museums.

So whenever my husband sees an art exhibit he wants to see, I do whatever I can to make it happen. He’d mentioned The Cyrus Cylinder before last week, but after ending some projects, I found myself raring to go.  Mostly I wanted a nice walk around the beautiful creation that opened in 2006, The Getty Villa.

The Cyrus Cylinder & Ancient Persia is only through December 2nd. It is said to be one of the earliest, if not earliest human rights in to be put into writing. Truly stunning – and small! It’s the 6th photo from the bottom.

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Web Series Watch Ep3: Elections & American History


WED 12pm –  w/ Cindy Marie Jenkins & Patty J. Robinson

A new bi-monthly series: the Web Series

Today we focus on Election & American History themes!

Ground Game, Body Politic, Drunk History

WATCH the 1st episode – 2nd episode (Halloween themed)

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