Brandi Reddick is the Artists and Communications Manager for the Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places Program. She serves as curator of the Miami-Dade Public Art Collection and has overseen the commissioning process for multi-million dollar public artworks, including artworks for the Miami Marlins Stadium, Port of Miami and Miami International Airport, among others. Brandi 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 and the Florida Association of Public Art Administrators annual conferences. In addition to her work in public art, Brandi 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. Brandi has previously held positions in galleries and museums and has served as an adjunct professor of Art History at the University of Miami.
She 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.