Getty 25 Celebrates
San Gabriel Valley
In celebration of the Getty Center’s 25th Anniversary, J. Paul Getty Trust is partnering up with neighborhoods across Los Angeles to produce ten bespoke community-centric festivals that embrace the local community and showcase Getty-inspired programming. The objective of Getty25 is to celebrate the joy of art throughout Los Angeles by meeting people where they live and creating enduring community partnerships for years to come.
Join Getty and Day One for a festival celebrating "Our Common Thread" by acknowledging the sacred Tongva land that we live on, and the cultural experiences that bring us together as a community. Guests will explore local fusion foods, visual artists, live music, an eclectic marketplace for artisans, free hands-on art workshops facilitated by local SGV artists, and an immersive digital experience of Getty collections.
Enjoy the sounds of the SGV!
Check out artists vendors, art installations, and interactive activities!
Learn about local resources and community
What: Getty 25 Celebrates SGV *FREE*
When: July 16th & 17th
Time: 11:00 AM- 6:00 PM
Where: Arceo Park
3125 Tyler Ave, El Monte, CA 91731
Parking: Behind El Monte Community Center at Bodger Street and Tyler Ave.
RSVP: Link (not required)
Why: The J. Paul Getty Trust is partnering with community groups across Los Angeles County to launch a ten-part series of free, outdoor community art festivals this summer in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Getty Center.
Art Gallery Theme: Our Common thread showcasing the diverse experiences and cultural experiences that bring us together as a San Gabriel Valley community.
The theme "Our Common Thread" will be showcased through a beautiful community Our Common Thread quilt.
Voices of SGV
Visit the Voices of SGV sound booth experience! Listen to the diverse local stories of the SGV.
Family Fun Zones
Jumpers + Carnival Games + Arts & Crafts + Games
Stroller Valley + Family Changing & Feeding Stations +
Pet Hub + Bike Valet
Christy Zamani | Day One
Alex De Vries| Day One
Catalina Gonzalez | Resident/Advocate
Andrew Yip | ActiveSGV
Leslie Ito |Armory Center for the Arts
Lilia Hernandez | Armory Center for the Arts
C.C. Ybarra | Art Center College of Design
Joshua Swodeck | Pomona Cultural Arts Commission
Alexandra Oliva | School of Arts & Enterprise
Natalie Chaidez | LA County Fairplex
Pablo Tamashiro |Cyber Yogurt
Johnson Yang | Pacific Clinics
Joe | Genetic Windsong