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2019 - 2020 season of Landmarks Video to feature Kara Walker, Michael Snow, and others

02 August 2019
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Are you curious to see the inner workings of a university public art program? Landmarks is looking for two interns for Fall 2019.

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Landmarks interviewed Elizabeth Upenieks, who volunteered as a Landmarks docent for nearly three years. We discussed her favorite parts of the Landmarks collection and her experience as a docent, as well as how those experiences have informed her professional career.

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In the early days of his career, Landmarks artist James Turrell worked on the set of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey — a little-known fact that Turrell first spoke publicly about in PRI’s Studio 360 “American Icons” radio series. Learn more in this overview of the radio program.

students looking at computer generated art

Are you curious to see the inner workings of a university public art program? Landmarks is looking for a communications intern for Fall 2019.

Add Landmarks to your resume!

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Megan McKenzie joins LANDMARKS communications team

Landmarks is pleased to welcome Megan McKenzie as its communications intern this summer. A Plan II and Art History major at UT, Megan will assist the communications team with social media, blog posts, and media outreach, among other priorities.

“As a UT student, Landmarks’ works of public art have shaped my time on this campus, both as geographical landmarks and communal experiences with my peers. I'm excited to work with Landmarks because there's an opportunity for me to raise awareness among my peers about the program.” — Megan McKenzie