Chandler Householder is a second year architecture student and a Landmarks Docent. To satisfy the writing requirement for her world architecture course, she wrote Scalar Implications: Changing Effects in Aesthetic Pleasure of Art and Architecture, a study of the beautiful, the picturesque, and the sublime in art and architecture.
Today O N E E V E R Y O N E, a Landmarks commission by Ann Hamilton, received the Americans for the Arts’ Public Art Network (PAN) award for outstanding public art across the nation. Each year jurors cull hundreds of projects and select the most compelling works to include in the PAN Year in Review, the only national program that recognizes public art.
To celebrate its tenth anniversary, Landmarks is publishing the second edition of the collection handbook thanks to a generous gift from the Tocker Foundation. The catalog features recent acquisitions, including a community-based photography project by Ann Hamilton, a 4,000-square-foot mural by José Parlá, the complete Landmarks Video archive, as well as works by Marc Quinn, Nancy Rubins, Michael Ray Charles, James Turrell, and Sol LeWitt, among others.
Communications and marketing intern, Holland Chaney, sits down with Landmarks Preservation Guild member, Kristin Garrison.
Thank you for another successful Amplify Austin!
Please join us on Friday, April 20 at 6:30 p.m. for South in Sculpture and help us celerate the arts in Austin.