For my ethnography I visited the Getty Villa Museum. The museum consisted of different aspects of Greek and Roman art such as sculptures, pottery, mosaics, and many other pieces of history. There was a large variety of people at the museum with varying ages, ethnicity's and social groups who had either came to the museum with their families, significant others, or with their classes on field trips. In particular I am going to be discussing the use of cellphones at the museum as well as the effects that increased cellphone use has had on our everyday lives. As I was walking around the various parts of the museum I observed how often people pulled out their phones when they had historic pieces of art in front of them. Particularly in the younger generations it seemed like they were more interested in taking selfies with the art than actually looking and appreciating the art itself, while the older individuals did occasionally take out there cellphones they would put it away quickly to look at the next piece in the exhibit. This is a prime example of how technology has become a priority in the lives of many people in today's society, it shows how todays youths have begun to take certain things for granted. Instead of appreciating the art of ancient civilizations many people would much rather sit on a bench and look at there facebook, while other people take interest in physical marvels.