Is Photography Permitted?


The public may take pictures of Landmarks’ works for personal use, inclusion on individual social media accounts, and for other non-commercial purposes. Please tag (@landmarksut) or otherwise credit Landmarks when possible.


University students, faculty, and staff may include images of Landmarks’ works in educational, non-commercial materials. Images may be downloaded directly from the website. A selection of images is also available through ArtStor. Please include captions with any presentation of these images. 


The University of Texas at Austin and its affiliates enjoy a limited right to reproduce images of Landmarks’ projects for educational and promotional purposes. The university does not own the copyright to these works and it may not reproduce these images for commercial purposes. Any party who seeks to reproduce art in the Landmarks collection for commercial gain must first obtain permission from the copyright holder, which typically belongs to the artist or the artist’s estate.

Photography requests for commercial purposes are considered on a case-by-case basis and not every request can be approved. To make a request, please complete this form and a member of Landmarks’ staff will review and respond within five business days. Approved photography must include an image credit which will be provided by Landmarks.


Members of the media may access Landmarks' press materials, works from its collection, and Landmarks Video on Landmarks’ Press Page. For high resolution images, please contact Digital Content Coordinator Logan Larsen at