José Parlá’s Amistad América recognized among best public art
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During the weekend of 26 April 2019, Landmarks artist Casey Reas visited campus for a Q&A with Austin-based filmmaker and creator of digital rotoscoping software Bob Sabiston. Following the Q&A, Reas led more than 30 students in a two-day rotoscope workshop, culminating in a public reception and screening of nine student animations in the Fine Arts Library Foundry.
On Thursday, 11 April, Landmarks opened its newest installation, Spontaneous future(s), Possible past by artist Beth Campbell. Sited at Dell Medical School’s Health Transformation Building (HTB), the commission was celebrated with a series of events across campus.
The second edition of the Landmarks collection handbook is now on sale on Amazon! We've added 56 more pages and more than 100 beautiful images of the public art collection.