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Menokin Elements: Interpreting Architectural Ruins
September 14 @ 7:00 am – 8:00 pm EDT
Menokin is pleased to present Interpreting Architectural Ruins with Elizabeth Judd and Josh Stutz
This Elements webinar looks at sites where ruins are conserved in different ways. We will look at the reasons to preserve a ruin, the ways it is interpreted, its relationship to its landscape, and why we value ruins in today’s culture.
Elizabeth Judd is going into her fourth year as the Executive Director at the Rosewell Foundation and will be overseeing the much anticipated conservation project of the ruins beginning later this spring. Receiving her masters at Hofstra University with a focus on architectural history, she was a curator in Manhattan, Brooklyn and East Hampton before moving back to her native Virginia.
Josh Stutz is the Executive Director for Friends of the James River Park. He has a background in nonprofit management and museum education. He received his MA in Nonprofit Management from Antioch University Los Angeles in September of 2017 before moving to Richmond to be closer to family. Previously he has worked with the USS Missouri Memorial Association in Pearl Harbor, the Pacific Battleship Center in Los Angeles, and several great local nonprofit organizations including HomeAgain and Feed More. Josh enjoys spending time on the river with his family and is proud to be serving the Richmond community by working to protect, expand, and enhance the James River Park System.