Landmarks, the public art program at The University of Texas at Austin, has introduced a new mobile Web site that enables visitors to browse information about works in the Landmarks collection on any Web-enabled mobile device. While viewing the collection of modern and contemporary works throughout the main campus, visitors can use Landmarks mobile to… » Continue Reading
Landmarks Commissions Artist David Ellis for Video to Premiere at Inauguration of New Visual Arts Center
The Landmarks public art program at The University of Texas at Austin has commissioned New York artist David Ellis, known for his stunning motion paintings, to create an original video for the university.
Take It Outside: They arrived on campus from New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art last month on flatbed trucks and tractor trailers: several towering giants of steel, iron and metal; a triad of tall, stately whip-thin spires; two carved, organic pieces, full of motion in black walnut and cherry wood. Seventeen sculptures (with 11 more arriving in January 2009) by some of the greatest artists of the mid-to-late 20th century were brought to campus through a new public art program called Landmarks at The University of Texas at Austin.
Metropolitan Museum of Art Loans Sculptures to The University of Texas at Austin for Public Art Project
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is lending 28 mid- to late -twentieth-century sculptures to The University of Texas at Austin to be installed across campus as part of the university's Landmarks public art program.