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15 November 2021
A headshot of Catherine Whited; Catherine smiles at the camera, she has brown hair with pink highlights.

Landmarks welcomes Catherine Whited as its new Education Program Coordinator.

A graphic representing "Listening with Landmarks" with the "i" beaming Radio Waves

Now in its third season, Listening with Landmarks is a digital initiative featuring playlists curated by prominent Austin musicians and music personalities. Inspired by works from the Landmarks collection, the playlists cut across musical categories to include rock, Classical, Tejano, R&B, reggae, and country. One playlist is released each month on Landmarks' website, social media channels, and on Spotify.

12 October 2021
Screenshot of Kota Ezawa's "Simpson Verdict." Three men in a cartoonish "flat-color" style look in different directions.

This month Landmarks Video features a screening of Kota Ezawa’s The Simpson Verdict, a work that utilizes digital Rotoscoping software. We look back at Landmarks 2019 Rotoscoping workshop with Casey Reas and Bob Sabiston and the Rotoscoping works created. 

An image of Dr. Cherise Smith holding a copy of her book "Michael Ray Charles: A Retrospective" the pattern of the book is repeated in the background of the image

Landmarks congratulates Dr. Cherise Smith on winning the 33rd Annual Eldredge Prize from the Smithsonian American Art Museum for her book, Michael Ray Charles: A Retrospective. Read more on the award in Landmarks Blog.

12 October 2021
A headshot of Vega Shah. She has black hair and wears a denim shirt while holding a cowboy hat in the foreground of the photo

Landmarks is happy to welcome Vega Shah as its fall 2021 Communications Intern. Read more about Vega in Landmarks Blog.

Two people stand on a scaffold in James Turrell's skyspace "The Color Inside" and they stand against the blue sky framed by the oculus.

During 40 Hours for Forty Acres, UT Austin's bi-annual giving campaign, Landmarks is raising money to conserve and reopen James Turrell's The Color Inside. Running September 22nd through September 23rd, the campaign is an essential step to reopening the space.