Outside a new building at the University of Texas stands a striking circular structure made of ordinary unpainted cement cubes.
The cubes form a three-feet high circle that is punctuated by eight 14-foot-tall columns — a minimalist, modular Stonehenge of sorts.
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Opening dedication and lecture on Sol LeWitt. Docent-led tours of “Circle With Towers” and “Wall Drawing #520”
When: 5 p.m. March 21
Where: Auditorium, Gates Dell Complex, Speedway St., UT campus
For more information and a map of the Landmarks program, go to www.landmarks.utexas.edu