UT Austin | Public Art Masterplan

The intent of the Public Art Masterplan was to assist the University in decision making relative to the placement of outdoor sculpture on its campus. The entire campus was studied to identify potential sites for the future placement of art with the understanding of the campus framework of scale and context. 

Potential sites were categorized based upon their relationship within the larger campus organization. Sites were selected to feature art of varying scales and impacts, including those of more intimate scale for smaller settings and those of a monumental scale at larger gateways to the campus. Collectively, the outdoor sculpture collection creates a shared campus experience and identity for UT.  Today, the UT Austin campus features over 35 works of art on its 433-acre campus. 

Work completed while at PWP Landscape Architecture.

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PDF of the Public Art Master Plan

 

 

 

 

 

 


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