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.

Three women stand around a sculpture cleaning and conserving it, with UT's 40 for 40 logo in the bottom right corner

As UT’s public art program, Landmarks enriches the lives of students and campus visitors by making great works of art broadly accessible and free for all.  This year, we are raising funds to support the Landmarks Preservation Guild (LPG), a committed group of volunteer interns who examine and maintain the modern and contemporary art in the Landmarks collection.

A graphic that has on the left a detail of Koren Der Harootian’s "Prometheus and Vulture" which is of a bird, and on the right the "Sound in Sculpture" graphic

Sound in Sculpture features student-composed music written in response to works of art from the Landmarks collection. Presented in partnership with Texas Performing Arts and the Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music, the 2021 program took place on April 22 at 7:00 PM. Watch the recorded performances on Vimeo

Two images of James Turrell's work side-by-side; On the left a single vertical white line with light appearing to emerge from it in a dark space; Right: An image of "The Color Inside" with an oculus revealing clouds in the ceiling

Step inside the work of artist James Turrell. Watch Landmarks Director Andrée Bober and Harry Ransom Center Curator of Art Tracy Bonfitto in conversation considering Turrell’s Skyspace The Color Inside with prints in the Deep Sky portfolio from the Ransom Center collection. 

Two women in masks holding Landmarks maps look up at Mark Di Suvero's sculpture "Clock Knot"

On March 13, 2020 Landmarks announced the suspension of all in-person events, screenings, and tours in response to COVID-19. Like other arts organizations, we had to quickly retool our offerings to make them available in ways that were safe but still inspiring. At this one year anniversary of the pandemic, we are taking a look back at some of the digital initiatives we created to bring art to you, wherever you are.

Image shows a young girl with light brown hair jumping in the air and smiling. She holds a video camera in her right hand and a video tape in the left hand. In the background is the UT Austin Tower.

Meet Kirsten Hahn, Landmarks' New Communications Intern


Image is of Dr. Anthony Fauci holding a miniature replica of Landmarks collection artist, Seymour Lipton's "Pioneer." Dr. Fauci stands in front of a plain navy background

Dr. Fauci Receives Award Modeled after Work in Landmarks Collection