Rob Reiner and Chad Griffin, Griffin|Schein partner and Board President for the American Foundation for Equal Rights, joined The Honorable Antonio R. Villaraigosa, Mayor of Los Angeles on Thursday, April 12, for Getty House Foundation’s Salon LA.
The series, which supports the Foundation’s efforts to oversee the Official Residence of the Mayor and to provide funding for public school projects that enhance civics education, takes place at the Mayor’s house in Windsor Square.
International Olympic Committee member and President LA84 Foundation Anita L. DeFrantz and Figure Skating Champion Michelle Kwan joined The Honorable Antonio R. Villaraigosa, Mayor of Los Angeles on Monday, February 13, for Getty House Foundation’s Salon LA.
The series, which supports the Foundation’s efforts to oversee the Official Residence of the Mayor and to provide funding for public school projects that enhance civics education, takes place at the Mayor’s house in Windsor Square. Mayor Villaraigosa discussed women and sport with Ms. DeFrantz and Ms. Kwan.
Thanks to the team of Chris Barrett of Chris Barrett Design and Sean McGowan of Modern Floristry, the main floor and entrance to Getty House are ready to celebrate the holidays and ring in the new year.
The work of Chris Barrett Design (chrisbarrettdesign.com) has been featured in such publications as the Los Angeles Times, House Beautiful, Traditional Home, The Robb Report and Architectural Digest, among others. The company is currently
launching “Chris Barrett Textiles,” a vibrant collection of outdoor soft furnishing fabrics printed on 100% Securelle and hand-designed with signature abstract patterns.
Welcome to Getty House, the Official Residence of the Mayor of Los Angeles. This home is one of our city’s great treasures, made possible with the continued help of many generous supporters. Visitors to Getty House are as diverse as our city. Every year, foreign dignitaries, local residents, and hundreds of school children come to Getty House to experience its unique beauty and learn about the city that millions of people proudly call home.
Getty House represents our city’s rich history and culture. It is a home that I am proud to share with the people of Los Angeles.
–Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
It’s my pleasure to welcome you to Getty House. This historic home, located in the Windsor Square section of Los Angeles, was built in 1921, and has been occupied by several private families and notable public figures. For the past 36 years, Getty House has been the official residence of the Mayor of Los Angeles. During that time, the house has welcomed dignitaries, world leaders and people from all walks of life.