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.

Judd Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.

Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Fairfax Dorn, Chair

Rainer Judd, President 

Robert C. Beyer, Treasurer

Carl Ryan, Secretary

Bertha González Nieves

Flavin Judd

Ellen Salpeter

Emeritus Directors

Emeritus Directors

Dudley Del Balso

Louisa S. Sarofim



Flavin Judd
Artistic Director

Rainer Judd

Allison Ake
Visitor Services & Events Manager, New York

Caroline Carlsmith
Institutional Development Manager

Alexis Daran
Controller & Human Resources Director

Jesse Dominguez
Facilities, Marfa

Richard Griggs
Chief Operating Officer

Yasmine Guevara
Office Coordinator, Marfa

Vanessa Hernandez
Development Assistant

Dallas Lambert
Visitor Services Associate

Christopher Longfellow
Director of Operations, New York & Donald Judd Furniture

Jonathon Lujan
Facilities, Marfa

Irene Lule
Project Archivist

Christopher Mackie
Collections Assistant, Marfa


Jeff Matheis
Visitor Services & Programs Manager, Marfa

Susanne Maurer
Archives Associate, Marfa

Xavier McFarlin
Catalogue Raisonné Research Assistant

Ellie Meyer
Catalogue Raisonné Research Manager

Caitlin Murray
Director of Archives & Programs

Claire Olszewski
Executive Assistant

Hannah Parker
Director of Development

Alessandra Pohlmann
Building & Collection Manager, New York

Rico Roman
Facilties, Marfa

Randy Sanchez
Facilities Manager, Marfa

Molly Shea

Andrea Walsh
Director of Communications

Emma Whelan
Digital Content & Rights Manager



Cody Barber
Eugene Binder
Jack Copeland
Lourdes Correa-Carlo
Jessica Kaire
Jana LaBrasca
Rebecca Layton
Charlotte Meyer
Leah Raintree

David Rosenberg
Matt Scobey
Diana Simard
Ada Smith
Susan Stainman
Kate Sterchi
Anthony Viti
Tricia Wright



New York
101 Spring Street
New York, NY 10012
212 219 2747 Telephone
212 219 3125 Fax

104 South Highland Avenue /
PO Box 218
Marfa, TX 79843-0218
432 729 4406 Telephone
432 729 4614 Fax



Information is posted as opportunities become available.



Judd Foundation offers internships throughout the academic year in our Marfa and New York offices. These internships focus on areas of the archives, communications, catalogue raisonné, development, and visitor services; specialty internships are available from time to time based on needs. Please note information to all internship opportunities will be made available in advance of the semester for applications.

NEH Archives Internship
Marfa, Texas

The Marfa office of Judd Foundation is seeking an Archives Intern to assist the Director of Archives and Project Archivist from April to the end of August 2022. Please note that these dates can be flexible, but we are looking for a commitment of five months. The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Archives Intern will work under supervision of Caitlin Murray, Director of Archives and Programs and Irene Lule, Project Archivist.

Position Responsibilities
Primary responsibilities include support in the processing of the Donald Judd Papers, including rehousing, arrangement, and description. In addition to the processing of a discrete portion of the Donald Judd Papers, this internship will also focus on the processing of a substantial number of oversized materials which spans the Donald Judd Papers, including posters, architectural records, and maps. Attention will be given to the skills and standards needed to process a large collection created by an artist. This internship is suited to individuals seeking experience in processing artist archives, and art non-profits.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities
The candidate should have recently graduated from an Information Studies or Library School program. The candidate should preferably have an interest in art history. In addition, the candidate should be very detail oriented. Additional preferred skills, knowledge, and abilities include:

  • Experience in a repository processing and cataloging large archival collections.
  • Knowledge of current library and archival descriptive and metadata standards (e.g. Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS), Encoded Archival Description (EAD), Dublin Core, MODS.
  • Experience in the handling and re-housing oversize collection items.
  • Knowledge of basic preservation practices.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively and cooperatively as a team member.
  • Consistent display of strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to live and work in a small, rural location.

Salary and Hiring
The 2022 NEH Archives Internship is one of two internship positions funded in-part by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of a 40-hours a week and are compensated $15 an hour. Additionally, housing is provided in a Judd Foundation property easily walkable to the Foundation’s office.

Judd Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability status, familial status, or any other category protected under applicable federal, state or local law. We strongly encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply.

Procedure for Application
Application deadline: January 21, 2022. Applicants should submit a résumé and cover letter. Recommendations for candidates are also welcome. No phone calls please. Send applications or recommendations to: archives@juddfoundation.org. Please write: “NEH Archives Internship” in the subject line.