Landmarks Dog Walk turns 21! (in dog years)

21 September 2017

It's the first day of fall and Landmarks is looking forward to welcoming our favorite time of year with the annual Dog Walk! Is your kanine pal a deep thinker? Is he constantly contemplating the meaning of life through art and other forms of aesthetic beauty? Then the Landmarks Dog Walk is the cultural fix your pup needs! Join us for a fun, dog-friendly walk around campus and learn about the public art collection. Please be sure your dog is socialized and able to mingle with other four-legged art lovers! Visit our Events page for more details. 

Here are some highlights from past Dog Walks.  

Video by Thomas Humphreys.

Dogs in front of sculpture
Art lovers admiring Nancy Rubins' Monochrome for Austin. photo by Lisa Rae.

Dog in front of sculpture
Adoptable art critic analyzing Donald Lipski's The West. photo by Lisa Rae.

Dalmatian puppy
Eager art student ready to learn from the masters. photo by Lawrence Peart

family in front of sculpture
High-profile art collector with his humans and Sol LeWitt's Circle with Towers. photo by Lawrence Peart

UT tower with people on tour
Class of 2020 sniffing out campus! photo by Lawrence Peart

Beagle puppy laying on sidewalk
Starving artist in need of forever home. photo by Lawrence Peart.

We'll be taking donations for Blue Dog Rescue and there will be plenty of woofers looking for a good home!

Come see some great art and leave with a new furry friend! See you 1 October at 11 am.