Monster Mash: Getty wins a prize; Frank Lloyd Wright Lego; Hirshhorn sells 2 Eakins
--Praise for its work: Getty Conservation Institute wins top honors from American Institute of Conservation.
--For budding architects: Lego creates Frank Lloyd Wright sets of Fallingwater and the Guggenheim Museum.
--Deaccessioning artwork: Washington's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden sells two of three Thomas Eakins paintings for $461,000.
--Meanwhile, in St. Louis: Plans for the $174-million Kiel Opera House are put on hold.
--Cheap entry: Admission for new Acropolis Museum, scheduled to open in June in Athens, is set at 1 euro.
--Honors for artists: Los Angeles alt-art group, the League of Imaginary Scientists, wins international competition.
--Next best thing to being there: Orange County Performing Arts Center's organ makes its online debut.
--Cast grows: Richard Thomas joins James Spader in cast of David Mamet's new play "Race."
--'Odyssey' creator: British composer Nicholas Maw dies at 73.
--2 1/2-year delay: Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum, home to Rembrandt van Rijn's works, will reopen in 2013 after a $504-million renovation.
--Reasons not to Twitter: 'Reasons to be Pretty" director Terry Kinney and Tony nominated actor Thomas Sadoski on Twittering during the Neil LaBute play. (video on the jump)
Caption: Getty Center in Brentwood. Credit: Ken Lubas / Los Angeles Times