Road Scholar : Home
Art Collectors and Their Collections

Program Number: 1183RJ
Start and End Dates:
1/19/2014 - 1/24/2014; 9/7/2014 - 9/12/2014; 10/19/2014 - 10/24/2014; 11/9/2014 - 11/14/2014; 1/18/2015 - 1/23/2015; 2/15/2015 - 2/20/2015; 3/15/2015 - 3/20/2015; 4/19/2015 - 4/24/2015; 7/12/2015 - 7/17/2015;
Duration: 5 nights
Location: Los Angeles, California
Price starting at: $1,069.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type: Art History/Criticism; History & Culture Activity Level: t (see description)
Meals: 11; 5 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 5 Dinners    
Meal Options: Vegetarian    

Be treated to several of Southern California’s finest art museums and leave the driving to us! The Los Angeles area’s distinguished collections are on display in several grand museums. Daily in-depth lectures prior to the visits provide an orientation to the museums which enriches your appreciation of their visionary collectors.




Highlights

• Enjoy a private, docent-led exploration of the permanent exhibitions in the Ahmanson Building, the original building of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art complex.
• Study the life of J. Paul Getty and examine his collections of Western art from the Middle Ages to the present against a backdrop of dramatic architecture, tranquil gardens and breathtaking views of the city.
• Discover Norton Simon’s collection of art from Europe and Asia on a docent-led walk, and experience the museum of Arabella and Henry Huntington, an oasis of art and culture amid 207 acres of gardens.



Activity Particulars

Four museum field trips involve several blocks of walking at a time, and standing up to one hour on docent tours. Must be able to easily get on/off bus.



Coordinated by Road Scholar.




Los Angeles

The cosmopolitan heart of Southern California, L.A. shimmers with diverse cultures and unparalleled glamour, but the “City of Angels” indulges more than fantasy. Its cultural institutions are world-class, from the Getty Museum to the Philharmonic, and top-ranking schools like UCLA and USC contribute to its renown as a first-rate center of learning.



Accommodations
Full-service hotel near Los Angeles destinations and transportation options.

Road Scholar Instructors
These instructors are participating on at least one date of this program. Please note that changes may occur.
Paul Spitzzeri

A California historian and author of numerous works on such topics as railroad development and regulation, overland emigration, and criminal justice, Paul R. Spitzzeri received his bachelor’s and master’s in history from California State University, Fullerton. He is Assistant Director of the Workman and Temple Family Homestead Museum near Los Angeles and won the 2009 Award of Merit from the American Association for State and Local History for his biography of the Workman and Temple families.
 
Anne Spackman

Anne Spackman is a graduate of the University of Colorado, where she majored in journalism, and she later pursued graduate studies in art history at UCLA. After working as a docent for three years at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Anne joined the museum staff and served 21 years as a gallery teacher in the education department. She has taught college art classes and has offered instruction to adults and children of all ages.
 
Simon Kenrick

Simon Kenrick has worn many hats throughout his career. A former city planner, he has also worked as a graphic designer, political journalist, neighborhood artist and kindergarten teacher. He taught art history at universities and art schools in California, England and Morocco. Today, Simon teaches at CSU Long Beach and Antioch University in Los Angeles, and is a 15-year veteran of Road Scholar learning adventures. He was trained in European and North American art of the 18th through 20th centuries, and specializes in relations between Islamic cultures and the West. Simon received his B.A. in art history from Cambridge University, and his M.A. and Ph.D. from UCLA. He also has a graduate diploma in city planning from the Architectural Association in London.
 
Meals and Lodgings
   The L.A. Downtown Hotel
  Los Angeles 5 nights
 The L.A. Downtown Hotel
Type: Full Service Hotel
  Description: The L.A. Downtown Hotel (soon to become a Hyatt Regency Hotel) is near LA Live, home of the Staples Center and NOKIA Theater LA Live. This spacious, downtown area hotel is within walking distance of landmark restaurants and lounges, LA's Music Center, shopping, sports and transportation options. This finely appointed, full-service hotel provides guests with luxurious accommodations; a first-class fitness center and beautiful, heated outdoor pool; world-class dining in one of the hotel's three restaurants, poolside or in their room; and close proximity to world-famous LA destinations and cultural landmarks including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Norton Simon Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Griffith Observatory, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Little Tokyo, So. Pasadena and many theatrical venues.
  Contact info: 333 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90071 USA
phone: 213-617-1133
web: http://www.thelahotel.com/
  Room amenities: Guest rooms are furnished with an alarm clock, coffee maker/tea service, Internet browser/Web TV, iron/ironing board, luxurious bedding with Serta Perfect Sleeper mattresses with foam or down pillows, hair dryer, separate tub and shower, premium cable TV, movies/videos, and pay-per-view. A rollaway bed is available in some rooms. There is no access charge when using the room phone for toll-free and credit-card calls. Daily newspaper delivery to the room may be requested. A room refrigerator is available, but not guaranteed, upon request.
  Facility amenities: This 13-story, 400-room, smoke-free hotel offers many amenities to its guests including a Concierge desk; cash machine/ATM; gift shop; foreign exchange; 24-hour Fitness Center; daily housekeeping service; complimentary newspaper delivered to the room, on request; room service from 6:00AM to 11:00PM; safe deposit boxes at the front desk; full-service business center; and a same-day laundry and valet dry-cleaning service. INTERNET ACCESS: High-speed wireless Internet service is available at the rate of $9.95/day per device (includes iPads, laptops and any device used to connect to the Internet). The service covers all guest rooms and public spaces in the hotel. Guests may sign up for Wi-Fi access at the front desk. A password is required. (This rate also includes unlimited local phone calls and unlimited long distance service within the country.)
  Smoking allowed: No
  Elevators available: Yes
  Additional nights prior: Based upon availability The L.A. Downtown Hotel offers Road Scholar guests a special rate based upon availability if you wish to stay before or after the program week. Please make your reservation directly with the hotel by calling (213) 617-6019 between 8:00AM–5:00PM, or faxing (213) 621-1510. If you call and reach a voice mail, please leave a message and someone from reservations will return your call.
  Check in time: 3:00 PM
  Additional nights after: Based upon availability The L.A. Downtown Hotel offers Road Scholar guests a special rate based upon availability if you wish to stay before or after the program week. Please make your reservation directly with the hotel by calling (213) 617-6019 between 8:00AM–5:00PM, or faxing (213) 621-1510. If you call and reach a voice mail, please leave a message and someone from reservations will return your call.
  Check out time: 12:00 PM


Travel Details
  Start of Program:
Program registration is between 3:30-5:00PM on Sunday. Program orientation begins at 5:30PM. Dinner will be served at 6:00PM in the hotel, with introductions scheduled afterwards in the classroom. You will be staying at The L.A. Downtown Hotel that night.
  End of Program:
Two classes are scheduled for Friday morning and end about 11:30AM. Please make your travel arrangements to allow you to stay for these classes which review the week's museum experiences. You will be staying at The L.A. Downtown Hotel the night before.
  Required documents:
The Road Scholar Health & Safety Form is required. On the enclosed Personal Information Form, please indicate to us the name of your roommate/ traveling companion. Also let us know if you are traveling with other individuals and wish to be assigned a room near them. Photo ID
  Parking availability:
Valet parking at the hotel costs $35/day. Less expensive parking is available in one section of the World Trade Center parking garage. See detailed parking info in the 'Driving Directions' section.
Transportation
To Start of Program
  Location:  Los Angeles
  Nearest city or town:  Los Angeles
  Nearest highway: Freeways 101, 10 and 110 run through LA
  Nearest airport:  Los Angeles International Airport
  From End of Program
  Location: Los Angeles
    (Additional transportation information same as above)
Travel Details
 

Burbank/ (BUR) to The L.A. Downtown Hotel

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Commercial Van/Shuttle
SuperShuttle
phone: 800-258-3826
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

$24 for the 1st person; $9 per each additional guest
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

40-60 minutes, depending on traffic and time of day 

 

Distance:

 

16 miles from Burbank airport to the hotel

   

SuperShuttle provides door-to-door shared van service from Burbank Airport (BUR) to your destination. Advance reservations are required. Call for current rates as prices are subject to change without notice. SuperShuttle local phone: (310) 782-6600 Website: www.supershuttle.com GOOD ALTERNATE: Prime Time Shuttle ~ For online reservations, call 800-733-8267, or go to www.primetimeshuttle.com Visit www.burbankairport.com for further transportation information.

 

Los Angeles/LAX to Union Station LA Downtown

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Public Transportation
FlyAway Bus
phone: 866-435-9529

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

$7 p/p one-way; $14 p/p round trip
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

Approximately 25-30 minutes, depending on traffic/time of day 

 

Distance:

 

18 miles from LAX to the LA Downtown Hotel

   

LAX FlyAway nonstop bus service available between LAX and Union Station 24 hrs a day. LAX departures arrive for pick-up at Terminal 1, lower level, on the hour, and then stops are made at each terminal thereafter. From Union Station, travel by taxi or DASH bus to hotel. The one-way fare is around $10. If using the DASH (or Red Line train/DASH combo), please read instructions in the Amtrak train section for more details. DASH fare $0.35 one-way. Red Line fare $1.50/adult & $0.55/seniors.

 

Los Angeles/LAX to The L.A. Downtown Hotel

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Commercial Van/Shuttle
SuperShuttle
phone: 800-258-3826
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

Approx. $16 p/p one-way
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

Approximately 24 minutes, depending on traffic/time of day 

 

Distance:

 

18 miles from LAX to the hotel

   

Door-to-door shared van service from LAX to destination. Shuttle vans pick up passengers on the Lower/Arrival Level islands in front of each terminal under the "Shared Ride Vans". Advance reservations are required. Call for current rates as prices are subject to change without notice. Website: www.supershuttle.com // SuperShuttle local phone: (310) 782-6600 GOOD ALTERNATE: Prime Time Shuttle ~ For online reservations, call 800-733-8267, or go to www.primetimeshuttle.com

 

Los Angeles Union Station (AMTRAK) to The L.A. Downtown Hotel

 

From Train Station

 
 

Service:

 

Taxi
Yellow Cab
phone: 877-733-3305

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

Around $10+ per ride one-way
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

Approx. 5 to 10 minutes depending on traffic 

 

Distance:

 

Under 2 miles from Union Station to the hotel

   

Easiest way from Union Station to hotel is by taxi. You may also use DASH public bus. OPT.#1 (M-F 6:30-6:30; Sat-Sun 10-5): Take Red Line train from Union Station to 7th/Figueroa St. & catch DASH F bus; go to 4th/Figueroa St. (hotel on corner) DASH runs every 10-20min. OPT.#2 (M-F Only 5:50AM-6:30PM): Exit Union Station at main entrance. Turn right & cross Alameda St. Catch DASH B at Alameda/Los Angeles St. Get off at 7th/Flower St. Cross 7th St. & catch DASH A. Ride to hotel at 4th/Figueroa St.

 
Driving Directions
  DETAILED PARKING INSTRUCTIONS Valet parking is available at the hotel at the rate of $35/day. (See the concierge for further details and current rates.) ALTERNATE PARKING: Less costly overnight parking @ $18/day is available half a block away from the hotel in one particular section of the World Trade Center parking garage. To access this section, one must be careful to enter ONLY at the 3rd St. entrance to the garage, on the south side of 3rd St. Upon entry, bear to the left and follow the signs marked MONTHLY/ VISITORS Parking. Note: The hotel is located at 333 S. Figueroa St., which is a one-way street going north. Participants may want to drop off their luggage first at the hotel front entrance before parking their cars. On exiting the hotel driveway onto S. Figueroa St., pull over to the far right lane and turn immediately onto 3rd St. going east. The garage entrance is on the right, less than halfway down the street. TO AVOID CONFUSION ABOUT THE CORRECT GARAGE ENTRANCE, we strongly encourage you to approach the World Trade Center Garage by going north on Figueroa St. and turning right on 3rd St. (going east) per the instructions above. DO NOT ENTER the parking garage from either the Figueroa or Flower St. entrances because you may be charged up to $36/day or more for parking. PARKING RATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. Therefore, please read the garage parking rate sign carefully when entering to verify the maximum daily charge. There is a pedestrian walkway from the WTC parking garage to the hotel.
  From Burbank/Glendale/Pasadena to The L.A. Downtown Hotel Take the 5 Freeway South to the 110 Freeway South. Exit at Wilshire Blvd. and make a left turn on S. Figueroa St. The hotel is on your left-hand side at the corner of 3rd and Figueroa Sts.
  From LAX to The L.A. Downtown Hotel Take Sepulveda Blvd. South to the 105 Freeway East to the 110 Freeway North. Take the 9th St. exit and make a left turn onto S. Figueroa St. The hotel is on your left-hand side at the corner of 3rd and Figueroa Sts.
  From Orange County to The L.A. Downtown Hotel Take the 5 Freeway North to US-101 North toward LA/Civic Center. Take the 110 Harbor Freeway South toward San Pedro. Exit at 6th St/4th St toward Wilshire Blvd/Downtown/3rd St. Take the ramp toward 3rd St. Turn left on S. Beaudry Ave. Turn left onto W. 4th St. Turn left onto S. Figueroa St. The hotel is on your left-hand side on the corner of 3rd and Figueroa Sts.
The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.


Daily Schedule

Day 1: Independent Arrivals
(Sunday, January 19)
   
 Afternoon: HOTEL CHECK-IN: Check into LA Downtown Hotel after 3:00PM.

PROGRAM REGISTRATION: After you have your room assignment, come over to the Road Scholar table to register with the program staff and pick up your arrival packet which we'll review during our orientation session before dinner.

ORIENTATION: Begins before dinner. We'll have an overview of the program ahead and review the up-to-date schedule, responsibilities, safety guidelines, emergency procedures, any other administrative issues, and answer your questions. Please be aware that local circumstances may require adjusting program elements. In the event of changes, we will notify you as quickly as possible. We appreciate your understanding.

 Dinner: Dinner at hotel

Menus are contracted for the program and are designed to offer balanced, healthy meals for the participants. This hotel has only two choices for meals: standard and vegetarian. They are unable to customize menus for individuals. However, we have found that by requesting sauces and dressing to be served on the side, we are able to accommodate various food intolerances and allergies. Vegetarian meals must be requested in advance on your Participant Information Form. Unfortunately, there are no other special meal options. Participants with special dietary needs should be prepared to avoid certain foods or supplement the regular meal plan as needed.

 Evening: CROSSING POINTS: Participants introduce themselves to the rest of the group.

Enjoy the remainder of the evening getting to know your fellow participants and discovering what you share beyond a love of lifelong learning.

   
Accommodations: The L.A. Downtown Hotel
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
(Monday, January 20)

Note: LACMA has six buildings containing the art on display. The art in each building is displayed on one to three floors in an area about two blocks long. The hour long guided docent walk is in one building and includes art on three floors. Elevators are available.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel
 Morning: CLASS: 'Capital, Culture and Collecting: Huntington, Getty, Simon and Los Angeles Museum Building' gives a historical context to the personalities, financial acumen, and collecting passions of Henry Huntington, J. Paul Getty, Norton Simon, and Charles Lummis.

FIELD TRIP: After class, motorcoach departs hotel for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

 Lunch: Lunch on your own at Los Angeles County Museum of Art
 Afternoon: Enjoy a private, docent-led walk of the permanent exhibits of the Ahmanson Building, the original building of the museum complex. Afterwards, explore the museum and grounds on your own or join a public tour.
 Dinner: Dinner at hotel
 Evening: PRESENTATION: DVD: 'Concert of Wills: Making the Getty Center' traces the building of the Getty Center, one of the most ambitious cultural undertakings of the 20th century.The gathering of creative personalities needed to complete the monumental complex gave rise to conflict as well as consensus, to tension as well as resolution.
   
Accommodations: The L.A. Downtown Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 3: J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center in Los Angeles
(Tuesday, January 21)

Note: The Getty Center art collection is displayed in four buildings, three of which have two floors; the fourth building has three floors. There may be temporary exhibits in two other buildings. Optional guided docent walks of art, architecture or gardens last about an hour. Elevators are available. The amount of walking is determined by interest level. Access to the Getty Garden involves a slight incline.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel
 Morning: CLASS: 'J. Paul Getty and His Collection' introduces the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center in Los Angeles which houses European paintings, drawings, sculpture, illuminated manuscripts, decorative arts, and European and American photographs.

FIELD TRIP: After class, the motorcoach departs the hotel for the Getty Center.

 Lunch: Lunch on your own at Getty Center
 Afternoon: The Getty Center presents the Getty's collection of Western art from the Middle Ages to the present against a backdrop of dramatic architecture, tranquil gardens, and breathtaking views. Explore the museum and grounds on your own or join one of the public tours.
 Dinner: Dinner at hotel
 Evening: CLASS: Historic Los Angeles

The history of Los Angeles, one of the oldest cities in the United States, begins with its founding by the Spanish government as a town in 1781, eight years before George Washington became the first president of the United States and 22 years before the Louisiana Purchase.

A successful farming community under the flags of Spain, Mexico and the United States, Los Angeles grew to become the second largest city in the United States. While the session discusses the basic facts of the city's founding and growth, the emphasis is on the reasons and motivations that created the present city.

   
Accommodations: The L.A. Downtown Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 4: Norton Simon Museum
(Wednesday, January 22)

Note: All art on display at the Norton Simon is in one building with two floors. An elevator is available. There is a private hour and a half long guided docent walk upon arrival. Many sculptures are outside and can be viewed from a walking path.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel
 Morning: CLASS: 'Norton Simon, The Collector' introduces Norton Simon and his collection of 14th through 20th century European art and art of the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia.

FIELD TRIP: After class, the motorcoach departs the hotel for the Norton Simon Museum.

Enjoy a private docent-led walk of the Norton Simon Museum.You will have time to explore the collections and the sculpture garden on your own. Like Monet’s Giverny, the garden at the Norton Simon Museum is a living work of art providing tranquil and inspirational surroundings for the Museum and its visitors. Many come to sketch the attractive landscaping and featured sculptures or simply relax and enjoy the atmosphere.

 Lunch: Lunch at Norton Simon Museum Cafe
 Afternoon: Explore the museum and grounds on your own, view museum films, or purchase an audio tour.
 Dinner: Dinner at hotel
 Evening: PRESENTATION: DVD: Five short films about The Huntington’s Art, Gardens and Library
   
Accommodations: The L.A. Downtown Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens
(Thursday, January 23)

Note: At the Huntington, the art collection is in four buildings and there are 14 principal garden areas around the buildings. The grounds are over 200 acres with some inclines. Elevators are available in the buildings. The amount of walking is determined by interest level.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel
 Morning: CLASS: 'Arabella and Henry Huntington Collectors' introduces the Huntington as an oasis of art and culture set amidst 207 acres of breathtaking gardens. Three art galleries and a library showcase magnificent collections of rare books and manuscripts, 18th and 19th century British and French art and 18th through 20th century American art.

FIELD TRIP: After class, the motorcoach departs the hotel for the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens. Explore the collection and gardens on your own. Complimentary audio guides are available for the Huntington Art Gallery and the Virginia Steele Scott Galleries of American Art.

 Lunch: Lunch on your own at Huntington Library
 Afternoon: Explore the art collection, library and gardens on your own.
 Dinner: Dinner at hotel
   
Accommodations: The L.A. Downtown Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 6: Independent Departures
(Friday, January 24)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel
 Morning: CLASS: 'The Week in Review: How Los Angeles Museums Measure Up' wraps up the week by reviewing the experience program participants had during their week of site visits.

CLASS: 'In Our Care: Fundamentals of Museum Object Management' provides a basic primer on how museums generally manage their collections.

HOTEL CHECK OUT: This concludes the program. We hope you have enjoyed our Art Collectors program and will join us for other rewarding adventures in the future. Best wishes for all your journeys!

   
Meals Included: Breakfast

Free Time Opportunities
 
  Los Angeles Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau
6801 Hollywood Boulevard

Hollywood, CA 90028

(877) 506-3780

There's so much to see and do in Los Angeles that we advise participants to contact the LA Convention and Visitors Bureau or visit their website to get further information. For additional information, visit www.discoverlosangeles.com

  Music Center of LA
135 North Grand Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone (213) 972-7211.

Information and performance schedules for the Music Center, home to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Ahmanson Theater, Mark Taper Forum and Walt Disney Concert Hall are available online at www.musiccenter.org. Inquire about Rush Tickets for LA Philharmonic and LA Opera performances and HOT TIX for theater performances. For additional information, visit www.musiccenter.org/

Important information about your itinerary: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information featured on this website. Itineraries are based on our best information at this time. Circumstances beyond our control may require us to adjust itineraries or other details. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Information will be sent to you from your Program Provider approximately three weeks prior to the program start date. The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.

Suggested Reading List


As I See It: The Autobiography of J. Paul Getty


Author: J. Paul Getty


The Great Getty: The Life and Loves of J. Paul Getty


Author: Robert Lenzner


The Getty Center: Richard Meier & Partners


Author: Text by Michael Brawne


Description: Photography: John Linden; Drawings: John Hewitt, Richard Meier & Partners. (Paperback)



Building the Getty


Author: Richard Meier


The J. Paul Getty Museum and Its Collections


Author: John Walsh and Deborah Gribbon


Description: 288 pages, 8 3/4 x 11 7/8 inches 200 color and 50 duotone illustrations ISBN 0-89236-476-9



The J. Paul Getty Museum Handbook of the Collections (4th Ed.)


Author: Museum Staff


Description: 310 pages, 5 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches 373 color and 5 duotone illustrations ISBN 0-89236-613-3 (hardcover) ISBN 0-89236-614-1 (paper)



Masterpieces from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Collection


Author: Loma Price


Description: 154 pages,126 illustrations in full color, 9.75 x 5 x 0.5 inches. ISBN: 0875871461 (paper) LACMA books can be ordered online at www.lacma.org or by calling toll free at 1-800-600-1114



Handbook of the Norton Simon Museum


Author: Museum Staff


Description: 300 pages, 375 color illustrations, 6 X 9-1/2 inches Norton Simon Museum books can be ordered online at www.nortonsimon.org



Odd Man In: Norton Simon and the Pursuit of Culture


Author: Muchnic, Suzanne


The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens


Author: Peggy Park Bernal


Description: Huntington Library books can be ordered by using the following information: The Huntington Bookstore & More 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, California 91108 Phone: 626-405-2100 ext. 2506 Fax: 626-793-4573 Website: www.huntington.org



Henry Edwards Huntington: A Biography


Author: James E. Thorpe




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