About

Mission

Judd Foundation maintains and preserves Donald Judd’s permanently installed living and working spaces, libraries, and archives in New York and Marfa, Texas. The Foundation promotes a wider understanding of Judd’s artistic legacy by providing access to these spaces and resources and by developing scholarly and educational programs.


Board of Directors

  • Robert C. Beyer, Treasurer
  • Dudley Del Balso
  • Fairfax Dorn, Chairman
  • Flavin Judd
  • Rainer Judd
  • Carl Ryan, Secretary
  • Dan Sallick
  • Ellen Salpeter

 

Staff

  • Flavin Judd
    • Curator & Co-President
  • Rainer Judd
    • Co-President

 

  • Elizabeth Abrahamson
    • Programs & Communication Manager
  • Yuji Agematsu
    • Building Supervisor
  • Allison Ake
    • Visitor Services Manager, New York
  • Mette Carlsen
    • Conservation & Collections Manager
  • Alexis Daran
    • Finance Manager
  • Ofelia Estrada
    • Buildings Attendant
  • Chloe Gallagher
    • Visitor Services Associate
  • Richard Griggs
    • Director of Operations
  • Kathleen Hayes
    • Director of Finance
  • Casey Johnson
    • Development & Administrative Assistant
  • Jana La Brasca
    • Catalogue Raisonné Research Fellow
  • Christopher Longfellow
    • Operations Manager, New York
  • Jeff Matheis
    • Visitor Services Coordinator, Marfa
  • Ellie Meyer
    • Catalogue Raisonné Research Manager
  • Caitlin Murray
    • Director of Marfa Programs
  • Rico Roman
    • Groundskeeper
  • Randy Sanchez
    • Facilities Manager
  • Andrea Walsh
    • Director of Communications
  • Emma Whelan
    • Collections Assistant

 

Opportunities

Archives and Programs Internship, Marfa, TX
Judd Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to maintain and preserve the artist Donald Judd’s (1928-1994) permanently installed living and working spaces, libraries, and archives in New York and Marfa, Texas. The Marfa office is looking for an Archives Intern to assist the archivist between July and the end of October 2017.

The intern will work under supervision of the Caitlin Murray, Director of Marfa Programs and Archivist and assist in daily duties. The intern’s activities will include the cataloging of digital photographs, press and other parts of the collection as needed. In addition, the intern will be expected to help with the day-to-day programs and events of the Foundation.

The candidate should preferably have graduated from or currently be attending an Information Studies or Library School program or Art History program. The candidate should preferably have an interest in art history and the work of Donald Judd in particular. In addition the candidate should be very detail oriented. The candidate should be willing to live in a small rural West Texas town for the period of the internship.

Housing and a small stipend will be provided.

To apply, please send a letter of interest, listing your availability during July-October, and a resume by May 13, 2017 to:
Caitlin Murray, Director of Marfa Programs and Archivist
cmurray@juddfoundation.org

 

Development Internship, New York, NY
A spring 2017 unpaid Internship is available for undergraduates, graduate students or recent graduates of art, arts administration or art/architectural history programs interested in gaining experience in development at a non-profit artist foundation.

Working at the Foundation offices at 101 Spring Street, our development intern will gain experience in fundraising for a non-profit arts foundation, including grants writing, correspondence with donors, developing promotional materials and reporting.

This internship is unpaid but provides great exposure to Foundation activities.

Familiarity with programs such as Mac OS X, eTapestry donor database and Microsoft Office Suite is preferable.

Duration: Minimum of 4 months. Longer terms available based on Foundation need and the intern’s desires.

Work schedule: Flexible, 2-3 days per week, M-F; possible weekend hours. Typically 10am– 4pm, including break and stipend of $10 for lunch.

Please send resume and letter of interest to:
Casey Johnson, Development and Administrative Assistant
cjohnson@juddfoundation.org

 

Program Internship, New York, NY
A spring 2017 internship is available for an undergraduate or recent graduates of art, arts administration, museum studies or art/architectural history programs interested in gaining experience at a non-profit artist foundation actively engaged in public visit programming.

Working at the Foundation offices at 101 Spring Street, the intern will gain hands-on experience in visitor services by escorting Guided Public Visits and working directly with the public. Additional administrative tasks and projects may be assigned based on Foundation needs and intern aptitude.

This internship is unpaid but provides great exposure to the Foundation’s Visitor Services Program and activities.

Familiarity with programs such as Mac OS X and Microsoft Office Suite is preferable.

Start date: Spring 2017

Duration: Minimum of 4 months. Longer terms available based on Foundation need and the intern’s desires. The foundation requires a commitment of minimum of 2, maximum of 3 days a week.

Work schedule: 2 Shifts available each day Tuesday – Saturday, 10:30am- 4:30pm or 12:30pm– 6:30pm, including break and stipend of $10 for lunch.

Please send resume and letter of interest including anticipated 2015 daily availability to:

Allison Ake, Visitor Service Manager, NY
aake@juddfoundation.org

 

Communications Internship New York, NY
A summer 2017 unpaid Internship is available for undergraduates, graduate students or recent graduates of art, arts administration or art/architectural history programs interested in gaining experience in communications at a non-profit artist foundation.

Working at the Foundation offices at 101 Spring Street, our communications intern will gain experience with rights and reproduction, social media, developing press packs, and copy editing.

This internship is unpaid but provides great exposure to Foundation activities.

Familiarity with programs such as Mac OS X, eTapestry donor database and Microsoft Office Suite is preferable.

Start date: Summer 2017

Duration: Minimum of 3-4 months. Longer terms available based on Foundation need and the intern’s desires.

Work schedule: Flexible, 2-3 days per week, M-F; possible weekend hours. Typically 10am– 4pm, including break and stipend of $10 for lunch.

Please send resume and letter of interest to:
Elizabeth Abrahamson, Programs & Communications Manager
eabrahamson@juddfoundation.org

 

Judd Foundation offers Archives and Conservation internships during the summer, fall, and spring quarters in our Marfa office. Often requiring specialized training, these internships focus on documenting, conserving, and making the collection accessible.

Judd Foundation offers Development, Visitor Service, Catalogue Raisonné, and Communications Internships during the fall, winter, spring, and summer quarters in our New York office. Specialty internships are available from time to time based on needs.