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

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



  • Flavin Judd
    • Artistic Director
  • Rainer Judd
    • President


  • Allison Ake
    • Visitor Services Manager, New York
  • Caroline Carlsmith
    • Development Coordinator
  • Alexis Daran
    • Controller & Human Resources Director
  • Richard Griggs
    • Chief Operating Officer
  • Tara Hornung
    • Conservator
  • Hannah Parker
    • Director of Development
  • Christopher Longfellow
    • Operations Manager, New York
  • Jonathon Lujan
    • Housekeeper
  • Jeff Matheis
    • Visitor Services Manager, Marfa
  • Susa Maurer
    • Visitor Services Associate, Marfa
  • Ellie Meyer
    • Catalogue Raisonné Research Manager
  • Caitlin Murray
    • Director of Marfa Programs & Archivist
  • Alessandra Pohlmann
    • Building & Collection Assistant, New York
  • Rico Roman
    • Groundskeeper
  • Randy Sanchez
    • Facilities Manager
  • Diana Simard
    • Visitor Services Associate, Marfa
  • Andrea Walsh
    • Director of Communications
  • Emma Whelan
    • Collections Assistant



  • Eugene Binder
  • Jack Copeland
  • Lourdes Correa-Carlo
  • David Fenster
  • Shannon Finnegan
  • Josh Franco
  • Chloe Gallagher
  • Charlotte Hallberg
  • Josh Jones
  • Samantha Karas
  • Jessica Kaire
  • Travis Klunick
  • Jana LaBrasca
  • Rebecca Layton
  • Natalie Melendez
  • Charlotte Meyer
  • Dominic Nurre
  • Leah Raintree
  • David Rosenberg
  • Susan Stainman
  • Anthony Viti
  • Tricia Wright






Digital Content & Rights Coordinator

Judd Foundation seeks a Digital Content & Rights Coordinator to oversee the administration and distribution of digital content across various projects and platforms. The Digital Content & Rights Coordinator will partner closely with Communications and Research departments and be responsible for the coordination of all rights and reproduction requests; digital content; image database updates; and press files. Reporting to the Director of Communications and collaborating with the New York and Marfa offices, the Digital Content & Rights Coordinator will work to systematize the image asset functions of the Foundation. The position is based in the 101 Spring Street office. 


Rights & Reproductions

-Coordinate third party content requests including image and text permissions for museum and gallery exhibitions; academic journals; and specialized editorial requests
-Coordinate image assets for internal content projects including programs, publications, and collateral
-Manage the image database, including the routine import of new image records
-Maintain and acquire newly published content for the Foundation’s libraries
-Serve as point of contact for rights agency


-Execute content updates across all departments with web developer
-Manage development and integration of content for new applications for Foundation sites, juddfoundation.org and judd.furniture
-Manage project budgets for content development

Digital Communications

-Draft and edit email content in partnership with Communications, Archives, Development, and Visitor Services departments
-Create and maintain a content calendar across social media channels in support of organizational initiatives including exhibitions, publications, furniture programs as well as third party partnerships
-Create and archive press files
-Prepare monthly and quarterly reports of editorial content


-Bachelor’s degree required
-2+ years of relevant experience in digital content management at a comparable arts organization, museum, artist foundation, or gallery
-Experience working in image rights with knowledge of processing image files and ability to edit image files
-Highly organized with strong writing and editing skills
-Ability to gather and synthesize information work across organizational departments
-Ability to work independently to meet deadlines and manage content calendars
-Familiarity with best practices related to digital archives and database management
-Proficient computer skills and in-depth knowledge of relevant software including MS Office Suite, Adobe Photoshop, FileMaker Pro, HTML and CSS. Familiarity with Raiser’s Edge preferred

Salary competitive and commensurate with experience. Competitive benefits package offered.

Applicants should submit a resume and letter of interest. Recommendations for candidates are also welcome. Send applications or recommendations with the subject line “Digital Content & Rights Coordinator” to human.resources@juddfoundation.org.

All inquiries must be submitted by email. No phone calls please. Resumes without a letter of interest will not be considered.

Judd Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.


Internship – New York
An internship is available for undergraduate or recent graduates of art, arts administration, museum studies or art/architectural history programs interested in gaining a broad range of experience at a non-profit artist foundation.

Working at Judd Foundation offices at 101 Spring Street, the intern will learn and develop new skillsets by gaining experience in the areas of communications, development, programs and visitor services. The intern will work across departments with staff to organize press, assist with donor research, support Judd Foundation events and programs, and greet visitors. Additional administrative tasks and projects may be assigned based on Foundation needs and intern aptitude.

This internship is unpaid but provides a $10 daily stipend for lunch and great exposure to the Foundation’s activities. School credit is available upon request.

Familiarity with programs such as Mac OS X, Raiser’s Edge donor database, WordPress, and Microsoft Office Suite is preferable.

Start date: February 2019 or sooner

Duration: Minimum of 3 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.

Please send resume and letter of interest including anticipated 2019 daily availability to:
Caroline Carlsmith


Program Fellow
Judd Foundation is hiring a recent college graduate for a Fall 2018 Program Fellowship. Working at the Foundation offices at 101 Spring Street, the Fellow will have the opportunity to learn and develop new skillsets by  assisting with a variety of programs for Judd Foundation and will have the opportunity to gain knowledge on both Donald Judd and his philosophies, and the history of 20th century art. Experiences will include:

Assisting with our public guided visits. The fellow will help coordinate and escort guided public visits of 101 Spring Street while working directly with the public and gaining a great understanding of Judd Foundation’s unique visitor experience and Donald Judd’s vision as represented in the permanently installed collection.

Lean and do research for upcoming public programs and ground floor installations at 101 Spring Street.

Additional administrative tasks and projects may be assigned based on Judd Foundation needs and intern aptitude.

Familiarity with programs such as Mac OS X and Microsoft Office Suite is preferable. The candidate should preferably have an interest in art history and the work of Donald Judd in particular.

Start date: January 2019
Duration: 6 months
Payment: a weekly $100 stipend
A minimum commitment of 4 days per week is required.

Please send your availability, resume and letter of interest with ‘Program Fellowship’ as the subject line to:
Allison Ake


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.