Constructing a free-standing repository north of the Blanton Museum of Art. Conceived by artist Ellsworth Kelly, the structure will contain 15 artworks by Kelly (obtained and installed separately from the construction project).
Completed Winter 2017.
- Austin by Ellsworth Kelly- Design-Build Institute of American Merit Award
- National Best of the Best Project Awards for 2018: Best Cultural/Worship, from Engineering News-Record (ENR).
- CODAworx Institutional CODAAward 2018
Student Activity Center
- Architizer A+ Awards Architecture+Collaboration Honorable Mention 2015
- Americans for the Arts Public Art Network Year in Review: National Recognition to the Best in Public Art Projects 2014
- Texas Highways, The Travel Magazine of Texas, “Light Fantastic, The illuminating Art of James Turrell,” November 2014
- Austin American-Statesman, “Public Art Takes a Leap Forward,” January 2014
- Texas Architect, “Lines, Numbers and Colors,” November/December 2013
- Austin American Statesman, “UT Student Center Gets a Grand Skyspace,” October 2013
- Daily Texan, “Artist James Turrell Reflects on New SAC Skyspace,” October 2013
- Houston Chronicle, “Inner Intensity: James Turrell’s New Austin Skyspace,” October 2013
- New York Times, “Love Affair Between One Artist and Texas,” October 2013
- New York Times, “See the Light,” October 2013
- Texas Monthly, “Texas’s Love Affair with James Turrell,” October 2013
- Alcalde, “Eyes on the Sky,” September/October 2013
- Austin American Statesman, “UT Makes Big Leap in Public Art,” February 2013