Landmarks is offering a free, two-day, experimental animation and coding workshop for UT student artists and programmers led by Landmarks artist Casey Reas. Working in pairs (one artist and one coder), teams will draw and write custom code to create a short animation.
Landmarks Video presents Infinite Doors by Takeshi Murata. Infinite Doors screens from 1 April through 30 April on a media station in the ART building located on the corner of East 23rd Street and San Jacinto Boulevard.
Spring is in full swing, which makes this the perfect time for the return of the Landmarks Bike Tour! Landmarks is proud to partner with UT's Orange Bike Project (OBP) again this year to provide docent-led bike tours of the collection.
Join Landmarks to celebrate the opening of Beth Campbell's newest commission, Spontaneous future(s), Possible past with a free Q&A with the artist, moderated by theorist, Timothy Morton.
Sound in Sculpture returns for a fifth year, once again as part of the dynamic, city-wide Fusebox Festival! This event invites students from the Butler School of Music to write and peform music inspired by work in the Landmarks collection.
Join Landmarks for a Q&A with Landmarks artist Casey Reas, and Austin filmmaker Bob Sabiston on the topic of rotoscoping, a technique where artists trace photographic images to create an animation.
This technique can be found in animations such as: