SUMMER & FALL 2019
On May 30, 2019, Mary Kay hosted a curated conversation, “Aerialists & Explorers: Unconventional Engagement with Historic Preservation Practice,” with Amanda Topaz and Lucinda Grange in co-operation with Association for Preservation Technology Northeast Chapter (APTNE) at the Neighborhood Preservation Center in New York City.
In addition to ongoing projects in all five boroughs and Long Island, this summer Mary Kay will be performing building assessments for the Lightner Museum in St. Augustine, Florida and the Bell Gallery at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. The Lightner Museum, designed by Carrère and Hastings, was originally built in 1888 in the Spanish Renaissance Revival style as the Hotel Alcazar. The Bell Gallery is housed in the Modernist five-story reinforced concrete List Art Building designed by Philip Johnson in 1970.
Mary Kay Judy was honored to be invited to join the Advisory Board of BronxArtSpace in September. BronxArtSpace is a non-profit gallery that promotes the innovative ideas of underrepresented and emerging artists and curators. Founded in 2008, BronxArtSpace is dedicated to exhibiting the highest quality artwork from the Bronx and around the world. Their mission is to foster dialogue around the contemporary local, national and global issues while advancing local arts education and opportunities.