Learn

Photo by Christina Murrey

Beyond visiting the main campus and spending time with the Landmarks collection, there are many ways for curious minds to learn more about the works of public art on display and the artists who created them.

Tours

Landmarks offers public tours and bike tours that are led by docents, as well as self-guided tours and audio tours. With Landmarks’ mobile website, visitors can also use mobile devices to listen to audio tours while viewing the works of art on exhibit.

Activity Guides

Encourage younger minds to learn about featured works in the collection with guides designed for three developmental stages: younger children, older children and adolescents. Guides suggest activities and include related vocabulary.

Bibliographic Resources

Discover more about the artists represented in the collection by researching suggested titles in the Bibliographic Resources guide. Most of these publications are available at The University of Texas Libraries.

Special Events

Like Landmarks on Facebook to get the latest news about Landmarks projects and special events such as lectures, discussions, and unveiling ceremonies.