This April, The Chinati Foundation and Sasaki
will host a symposium in two parts to present to the public findings from our
master planning process. The master
plan will provide a
framework for decision-making for the entire Chinati site, including its art, buildings,
land, visitor access and conservation needs as well as preservation and future
growth of the museum.
Sasaki principals Brie Hensold, Bryan Irwin, AIA, LEED AP, and Isabel Zempel, ASLA, will speak about the master plan at both symposia, which will be moderated by Karen Stein, writer, architectural advisor, and Executive Director of the George Nelson Foundation. Guest speakers at the MoMA symposium include: Theaster Gates, Richard Shiff, and Ann Temkin. We will be joined in Marfa by Frank E. Sanchis III, Billie Tsien, and Tod Williams. More details on the symposia at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, TX can be found here.
Read The Chinati Foundation’s press release here.