A man wearing a cowboy hat stands between the two large buoys that make up Donald Lipski's The West
photo by Marsha Miller

Donald Lipski, The West, 1987

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

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 Department
American Institute of Architects—Austin
Art Alliance Austin 
Art Galleries at Black Studies
AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
Austin Bike Tours and Rentals
Austin Classical Guitar
Austin Film Society
Austin Foundation for Architecture
Austin Museum Partnership
Austin Studio Tour
Blanton Museum of Art
Blue Dog Rescue
Boss Babes ATX
Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music
Center for American Architecture and Design
Center for Mexican American Studies
City of Austin Art in Public Places
Cockrell School of Engineering
Co-Lab Projects
College of Education
College of Liberal Arts
College of Natural Sciences
The Contemporary Austin
Creek Show, Waller Creek Conservancy
Davis Gallery & Framing
Dell Medical School
Department of Art and Art History
Department of Computer Science
Department of Mexican American and Latino/a Studies
Division of Diversity and Community Engagement
Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Fine Arts Diversity Council
Fine Arts Library
Flatbed Press
Fusebox Festival
Harry Ransom Center
HOPE Campaign
Humanities Institute
Institute for Urban Policy Research and Analysis
Jackson School of Geosciences
The John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies
KMFA 89.5
LBJ Library
LOLA (Local Opera Local Artists)
McCombs School of Business
Mellow Johnny’s Bike Shop
Moody College of Communication
Orange Bike Project
Resnicow + Associates
School of Architecture
School of Information
St. Edward's University
Student Activity Center
Texas Advanced Computing Center
Texas Science and Natural History Museum
Texas Performing Arts
The Trail Conservancy
University of Texas Libraries
University Unions
University of Texas Press
Visual Arts Center
The Vortex


To propose becoming a partner, please call 512.495.4315 or email