The UA campus maintains a constantly growing outdoor art exhibition.
"Border Dynamics" sits just west of the Richard A. Harvill Building.
R. Phillips Sanderson's "Those Who Gave their Lives," which dates back to 1951, is located on the south facade of the Student Union Memorial Center.
The iconic "Wildcat Family" produced by Nicholas Wilson and dedicated to former UA President Peter Likins and his wife, Pat Likins, is located just south of the Administration Building.
Located in front of the Main Library is Fritz Scholder's 1994 bronze sculpture, "Another Martyr No. 4."
And a new sculpture is being introduced on campus: "Waiting for Grandfather” by sculptor John Suazo (Taos Pueblo).
A gift from the family of Burt and Brenda Lazar, the Jan. 29 installation is underwritten by the Friends of the Arizona State Museum Collections.
“I hope that by looking at and touching my work, one can find a missing piece of knowledge in themselves," Suazo said.
To learn more about public art at the UA, visit the UA Museum of Art's public art site.
Photos by (top to bottom): Alanah Tupponce and Darlene F. Lizarraga