Myfawny Shepherd was the 2019 Education Intern. She is a senior studying Studio Art in the College of Fine Arts. Read about her experience designing a guided tour for visitors based on opposing perspectives that can be found in several works from the Landmarks Collection.
To support the health in our community, Landmarks will suspend all public programs until further notice. We invite you to visit the Landmarks Collection page to access online resources including children's activity guides, artist videos, and more. Click here to access the Landmarks Collection page.
In accordance with The University of Texas’ decision to extend spring break an additional week, through March 30th, Landmarks will suspend all public programs until further notice. This includes public tours, Sound in Sculpture, Skyspace viewings, and the Songs in the Skyspace music series.
In the meantime, we invite you to engage with our free online resources:
To honor recipients of its annual Ken Shine Prize in Health Leadership, Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin has chosen the work of artist Seymour Lipton (1903-1986) to represent this prestigious award.
In honor of Black History Month, Landmarks is highlighting artist Michael Ray Charles’ (Forever Free) Ideas, Languages and Conversations (2015), a commissioned work from our collection. Discover how the placement of Charles’ sculpture in UT’s Gordon-White Building is key to understanding its cultural and historical significance.
Landmarks announces an extraordinary $5 million gift from the Austin-based Still Water Foundation. Still Water's gift will serve as the cornerstone of our upcoming endowment initiative, ensuring our ability to serve the campus and community for generations to come. The award will consolidate educational programs, conservation and communications efforts, and outreach to new and more diverse communities. The Still Water gift includes a $2 million challenge, which Landmarks will be fundraising to match.
The University’s Blanton Museum of Art also received $5 million from Still Water, which will be used to transform the museum’s grounds.