A woman touching a screen
photo by Christina S. Murrey

Portrait Session for Ann Hamilton, O N E E V E R Y O N E, 2017

Ways to Support

Contribute to the character and excellence of The University of Texas at Austin by supporting Landmarks.

Financial Gifts

  • Collections Care and Maintenance—All works in the Landmarks collection receive routine care and necessary conservation. Your gifts help pay for the cost of keeping the art structurally sound and looking beautiful.
  • Educational Opportunities—Educational lectures, original scholarship, audio guides, children’s activity guides, and docent-led tours are all provided free to the public.

Public Art and other In-kind Donations

Gifts of public art that support the curatorial program are considered, as well as other in-kind contributions of goods and services.


Visit the volunteer page for more information.

For more information about supporting Landmarks, please call 512.495.4315 or email landmarks@austin.utexas.edu.

Community Partners

Believing that joining forces with other institutions builds a stronger community, Landmarks partners with organizations that share its goal to enlighten audiences and foster engagement with great works of art.  To date, Landmarks has worked with the following community organizations:

African and African Diaspora Studies DepartmentAmerican Institute of Architects—AustinArt Alliance Austin AT&T Executive Education and Conference CenterAustin Bike Tours and RentalsAustin Classical GuitarAustin Film SocietyAustin Foundation for ArchitectureAustin Museum PartnershipBlanton Museum of ArtBlue Dog RescueBoss Babes ATXSarah and Ernest Butler School of MusicCenter for American Architecture and DesignCenter for Mexican American StudiesCity of Austin Art in Public PlacesCockrell School of EngineeringCo-Lab ProjectsCollege of Liberal ArtsCollege of Natural SciencesThe Contemporary AustinCreek Show, Waller Creek ConservancyDavis Gallery & FramingDell Medical SchoolDepartment of Art and Art HistoryDepartment of Computer ScienceDepartment of Mexican American and Latino/a StudiesDivision of Diversity and Community EngagementDolph Briscoe Center for American HistoryEast and West Austin Studio ToursFine Arts LibraryFlatbed PressFusebox FestivalGalleryLogHarry Ransom CenterHOPE CampaignHumanities InstituteInstitute for Urban Policy Research and AnalysisThe John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies

KMFA 89.5LBJ LibraryLookthinkmakeMcCombs School of BusinessMellow Johnny’s Bike ShopMoody College of CommunicationOrange Bike ProjectPrintAustinSchool of ArchitectureSchool of InformationSt. Edward's UniversityStudent Activity CenterTexas Advanced Computing CenterTexas Memorial MuseumTexas Performing ArtsUniversity of Texas LibrariesUniversity UnionsUniversity of Texas PressVisual Arts CenterThe Vortex

To propose becoming a partner, please call 512.495.4315 or email landmarks@austin.utexas.edu.