The Board of Trustees of The Chinati Foundation/La Fundación Chinati are pleased to announce the appointment of Caitlin Murray as its new executive director.
Join Chinati Education on Saturday, January 21, 2023, from 9am-12pm, for Family Day. This event is free to all participants.
The Chinati Foundation’s annual newsletter is a bilingual publication (English and Spanish) that presents scholarship on the collection along with documentation of programs and significant developments at the museum. All volumes are freely available through Chinati's website.
Chinati is pleased to add open viewing of Donald Judd’s Artillery Sheds with 100 untitled works in mill aluminum to our regular schedule starting Thursday, January 5th. Open viewing will be available Thursday - Sunday, 12 PM - 3 PM.
Reservations are encouraged. Regular operating hours of Thursday through Sunday 9 AM–5 PM, resume Thursday, January 5th, 2023.
The Chinati Foundation/La Fundación Chinati announces a special exhibition of sculptures and photographs by John Chamberlain from the collection and a major new commission by Sarah Crowner.
The Chinati Foundation/La Fundación Chinati announces the hiring of two new staff members in leadership positions: Malinda Galindo, associate director of development, and Stephen Martin, director of preservation and planning.
Applications for Chinati Foundation’s paid internships in Conservation, Development, and Education are now open.
The Board of Trustees at the Chinati Foundation together with Director Jenny Moore announced July 1, 2022 that Moore will step down from her position on July 31, 2022, after nine years of service.
The Chinati Foundation is pleased to announce the continuation of July Family Days this summer. On three Saturdays in July, from 9am-12pm, Chinati’s education department will host local families for free art making workshops at the museum.
The Chinati Foundation/La Fundación Chinati will present its 35th annual Chinati Weekend in Marfa, Texas, from Friday, October 7 through Sunday, October 9, 2022.
The Central Marfa Historic District, including eleven buildings preserved and repurposed by the artist Donald Judd, has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.