Brandi Reddick


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Brandi Reddick
Brandi Reddick
Artists and Communications Manager
(305) 375-5436

Brandi Reddick is an arts administrator, curator and art historian with nearly twenty years of professional experience working in the visual arts.

Since 2003, Ms. Reddick has served as the Curator and Artists Manager for Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places. She has overseen the commissioning process for multi-million dollar, highly integrated works of public art, including artworks for the Miami Marlins Stadium, PortMiami, Zoo Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami-Dade Animal Services, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue and Miami International Airport, among other public institutions.  She has contributed essays and produced catalogues on public art, including “From Vision to Reality: Public Art at the Arsht Center of Performing Arts”; “Selections from the Miami-Dade County Public Art Collection”; and “New Art in New Public New Places”, which accompanied an exhibition she curated at the ArtCenter South Florida.

In addition to her work in public art, Ms. Reddick oversees professional development opportunities for visual artists and directs the South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship Program for Visual and Media Artists, an annual program which offers the largest regional, government-sponsored artists’ grants in the United States.  From 2006-2009 she was the curator of The Art Gallery at Government Center, an exhibition space dedicated to showing the work of Miami based artists

Brandi Reddick received her B.A in Art History from the College of Charleston and completed graduate coursework in Art History and Painting at the Savannah College of Art and Design. She has been adjunct lecturer in the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Miami and has presented lectures on public art at state-wide and international conferences, including The International Symposium on Public Art in Taipei, Taiwan: Hocus Pocus, MARTE Contemporary in San Salvador, El Salvador, The International Sculpture Center Conference, Miami, FL and at the Florida Association of Public Art Administrators Conference.