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A close up of Sentinel IV with the work seen from the waist up against the background of the monumental stair which surrounds the sculpture.

On Thursday, July 15, Landmarks unveiled its newest acquisition, Sentinel IV by artist Simone Leigh. The bronze sculpture is located in the courtyard of the Anna Hiss Gymnasium, a building that once served as the women’s gym at the center of the university’s Women’s Campus. Its courtyard anchors the sculpture in a welcoming garden that serves as a gathering space which invites reflection and engagement. 

Caitlin Jones, a white woman with blonde hair smiles at the camera and holds up a "hook em" gesture

Landmarks welcomes Caitlin Jones as its summer communications intern. We recently sat down with Caitlin to learn more about her interests in the arts and beyond. Check out the Q&A here.

An open book which is predominantly red. On the left page there is a black and white print of the back of a head and on the right the are a red print depicting a broken grid and a strip of fabric.

In honor of Pride month, we sat down with Logan Larsen, Landmarks’ Digital Content Coordinator and artist whose works utilize his identity to expand on and reconsider queer narratives.

Ali Wysopal wearing a mask kneels down and rubs a bronze sculpture with a cloth.

We recently sat down with Ali Wysopal, a Master’s Candidate in Historic Preservation at UT’s School of Architecture and Landmarks’ Collections Assistant for the past two years. Wysopal recently completed her tenure with Landmarks and will soon be headed to New York for a fellowship with the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Our Q & A follows.  

Two glass and wood structures in the atrium of a museum. A person can be seen walking through one and another person is walking towards another. Both figures are slightly blurred showing movement.

Landmarks announced today a new work by artist Sarah Oppenheimer. Titled C-010106, the commission is among Oppenheimer’s largest works to date and represents the artist’s first public work to be sited entirely outdoors. The installation opens this fall and will be sited at the university’s Cockrell School of Engineering.

A hand holds up a small gold container that reads "Geocache! Do not remove" which is in front of Marc Quinn's "Spiral of the Galaxy" a large shell

Calling all Geocachers! This month, Landmarks launches a new way to experience select works from our collection--a geocaching adventure. Landmarks’ adventure includes a total of 10 geocaches for you to find, all placed around outdoor works of art in our collection. Find one or ten; it’s up to you! As you move around campus on your search, you’ll also learn about modern and contemporary art by some of the most admired artists of our time.