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Headshot of Austin-based composer, Matthew Lyons

Earlier this year, Landmarks launched Songs in the Skyspace, a new music series hosted inside James Turrell’s Skyspace The Color InsideThe series features a variety of performers from campus and community, including Austin Classical Guitar. For their first performance, ACG commissioned Austin-based composer Matthew Lyons to write a piece in response to The Color Inside. The work was premiered on 24 November and an encore performance will be held on 15 December.

We recently sat down with Matthew Lyons to learn more about his process and his composition for the Skyspace.

Listening with Landmarks Logo

Landmarks is excited to launch Listening with Landmarks, a digital initiative featuring playlists curated by prominent musicians, composers, radio personalities, and others from the Austin music scene. Inspired by works from the Landmarks collection, the playlists cut across musical categories to include genres such as opera, Tejano, rock, reggae and country. Two playlists will be released every month and will be available on Landmarks’ websitesocial media channels, and on Spotify

21 November 2019
We're Hiring

Landmarks is looking for an Education Coordinator — application details inside.

20 November 2019
Hook Em and students in front of Mark Di Suvero's Clock Knot

Curious to see the inner workings of a university public art program? Landmarks is looking for two interns for Spring 2020.

Photo of Myf

Landmarks is delighted to welcome Myf Shepherd, a Studio Art major in the College of Fine Arts at UT, as our Fall 2019 Education Intern.

17 October 2019
University of Texas Landmarks - Represents 19 james turrell the color inside 2013 photo by paul bardagjy.largerforstone?itok=TCzGlHnY

Landmarks interviewed Stone Tejeda, an undergraduate senior in Computer Science specializing in robotics at The University of Texas at Austin who also just completed his third summer as a Skyspace attendant. We caught up with Stone to learn more about his interest in the arts, music, computer science, and robotics.