Landmarks’ blog, Latest, features timely updates on new installations, public programs, event announcements, volunteer and internship opportunities, and a range of other initiatives. Learning with Landmarks is a dedicated blog series highlighting the unique and innovative ways that students and other scholars use the collection. To view the entire series, click the button below.

A still from Carrie Mae Weems' "Meaning and Landscape."

This fall marks the fourteenth season of Landmarks Video, a curated program of highly regarded and influential video art from the past six decades. Running September 2023 - August 2024, the new season showcases ten video works by national and international artists.

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

Now in its fifth 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' websitesocial media channels, and on Spotify.

An image of Sarah Oppenheimer's "C-010106"

Landmarks received a CODAaward for its commission C-010106 by Sarah Oppenheimer. Selected from among 411 entries, the project received a merit award for public art at an educational institution. The award marks Landmarks’ seventh recognition from CODAworx, a national organization that celebrates outstanding projects which integrate art into public spaces around the world.

Two musicians perform under the oculus of James Turrell's "The Color Inside"

Songs in the Skyspace is a monthly music series hosted inside James Turrell’s Skyspace, The Color Inside. Learn more here. 

A group of students surround Deborah Butterfield's "Vermillion" a horse sculpture made from scrap metal.

This summer Landmarks welcomed students from the UT Prep program, organized by UTeach Outreach. The program aims to increase access to STEM-based educational opportunities for students from underserved communities and backgrounds. Learn more about the workshop and activities in Landmarks Blog. 

A worker in a cherrypicker sands the red surface of Mark di Suvero's "Clock Knot"

Landmarks recently completed the conservation of Mark di Suvero’s iconic Clock Knot. Located on a grassy hill at the corner of Dean Keeton and Speedway, the sculpture was the first acquisition for Landmarks’ collection and has been on view for more than 15 years. Learn more about the conservation and preservation work for the Clock Knot in this blog.