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Landmarks Programs Intern Alexis Pierce recently chatted with Ashley Stanford, a former Landmarks Preservation Guild (LPG) volunteer, to learn more about the LPG program and how Ashley's volunteer experience impacted her decision in pursuing a career in conservation.

 

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COMMUNICATIONS INTERN (PAID)

This is mostly a remote-work position.

Appointment: Spring 2021; $12 hourly, avg. 10-15 hours/week, flexible within M-F 9-5pm

Overall purpose of the position:

The Communications Intern is responsible for assisting the Communications Coordinator with public relations, content management, and administrative tasks as assigned. This includes collecting press related needs, strategizing and scheduling social media posts, website/technical support and promoting ongoing events.

Key Responsibilities:

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Do you have an art lover on your holiday shopping list? Check out the second edition of the Landmarks collection guide, available on Amazon. This iteration, published by The University of Texas Press, includes 56 additional pages and more than 100 images of Landmarks' celebrated public art collection. 

20 November 2020
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On Wednesday, November 17, Landmarks celebrated its newest commission, a digital animation by artist Monika Bravo, sited at UT’s Jackson Geological Sciences Building. First begun in 2010, An Interval of Time chronicles the evolution of the artist’s practice over the past decade and underscores her deepening interest in the interwovenness of metaphysical, spiritual and scientific inquiry. 

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This summer, Landmarks introduced a new way to enjoy the Landmarks collection through self-guided tours that can be accessed through a smart phone. UT senior and Communications Intern, Anapaula Guajardo, uses the app when she needs a Zoom break. Get to know the app’s features by reading her recap in this blog.

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Landmarks announces its newest commission—a digital animation by artist Monika Bravo. Titled An Interval of Time and sited at UT’s Jackson School of Geosciences, Bravo’s animation weaves together geological data with images of Iceland, Colombia, New Mexico, and Colorado, looped across three flat screen displays. A commission that began in 2010, An Interval of Time chronicles the evolution of the artist’s practice over the past decade and underscores her deepening interest in the interwovenness of metaphysical, spiritual and scientific inquiry.