Events

September

23

Sunday, 23 September 2018

Cool off with Steel City Pops and take a mini tour of the public art collection!

Landmarks is celebrating Austin Museum Day by providing 30-minute tours of the works along the newly completed Speedway Mall. Meet your docent and grab a free popsicle on the east side of the Perry-Castañeda Library. Tours leave every 30 minutes from noon until 2 pm on Sunday, 23 September

University of Texas Landmarks - Represents amd landmarks graphic sticker?itok=JP 5xTss

September

24

Monday, 24 September 2018 to Friday, 28 September 2018

Landmarks is celebrating 10 years of public art!

What's a birthday without cake?! Help us blow out the candles, pick up a party favor, and see how Landmarks makes campus a little sweeter. Grab a free slice of cake everyday this week at a different Landmarks project. You can find us everyday at 11am until the cake runs out:

University of Texas Landmarks - Represents landmarks 10th birthday candles?itok=9mfOmLRV

September

26

26–28 September

Rolling Ryot is a sound art collective funded by the Austin Cultural Arts Division. It’s 2018 season is entitled The Extinction Project and focuses on pressing topics around local and global wildlife habitat ecology. This is the organization’s third and final performance for 2018. The installation was designed, composed, and performed by Neal Johnson, Lyman Hardy III, and Kyle E. Evans.

University of Texas Landmarks - Represents mg9c8765b?itok=PvqNtwq6

October

07

Sunday, 07 October 2018

Fetch your pooch and come to campus for the fourth annual Landmarks Dog Walk! Landmarks has partnered with Blue Dog Rescue to present a docent-led public art dog walk! Dogs and owners will take a leisurely one-hour stroll around The University of Texas at Austin to appreciate some of its most stunning works of outdoor sculpture.

University of Texas Landmarks - Represents kristi johnson 3 1 cropped?itok=S8GXgBHN

November

04

Sunday, 04 November 2018

Join Landmarks for an hour-long, docent-led walking tour of works in the public art collection. Location and theme changes month to month. Stay tuned for meeting point!

Free and open to the public. Tours are held rain or shine; please dress accordingly. 

Detail of marble with text

December

02

Sunday, 02 December 2018

The Landmarks public art collection is accessible 24/7 and many of the works are beautifully lit in the evening. Sculptures that spark thoughtful and dynamic conversation under the bright sun suddenly become quiet and contemplative, twinkling under the night sky.

University of Texas Landmarks - Represents 44 rubins monochromeforaustin openingevent photobydanielcavazos?itok=1g0AdZXB