Curriculum Vitae

Bradly Brown
Born: El Paso, TX
Resides: Houston, TX


Texas Christian University
MFA in Sculpture, School of Visual Arts, 2013

University of North Texas
BFA in Photography, School of Visual Arts, 2002


Group Exhibitions

  • 2020
    Culture Hole TV, episode 3: Drugs, Culture Hole, Dallas, TX
    Togethering, Houston Center For Photography, Houston, TX
    Imagery: Seen and Unseen, Lee College Gallery, Houston, TX
    Image for Concept, The Hand Art Center, Stetson University, DeLand, FL
  • 2019
    Image for Concept, The Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona State College, Daytona, FL
  • 2018
    The Ends of Our Index Fingers Are Mute, Solar Studios at Rice University, Houston, TX
  • 2017
    Sculptures in Art Alley, Sawyer Yards Creative Campus, Houston, TX
    Untitled (How Does it Feel), Private Eye Gallery, Houston TX
    North Set Residency Exhibition, Bea Ying Projects, Houston TX
    Aspect 2017, Houston Community College – Central Gallery, Houston, TX
  • 2016
    Lawndale Artist Studio Program 10 Year Anniversary Exhibition, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX
    place/holder, The University of Texas at Dallas Main Gallery, Dallas, TX
    2016 Fall Faculty Exhibit, Houston Community College (Central Campus), Houston, TX
    In Good Company, Gallery 219 (Eastfield College), Dallas, TX
    Lawndale Artist Studio Program Exhibition, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX
  • 2015
    Household, Tarleton State University, Stephenville, TX
    Private Practice, Artspace 111, Fort Worth, TX
  • 2014
    Sympathy for the Devil, Hello Project Gallery, Houston TX
    Dallas Biennial (DB14), Richland College, Dallas, TX
    Dallas Biennial (DB14), 500 Singleton, Dallas, TX
  • 2013
    This Life Will Self-Destruct in 10…9…8…, Berlin Becher Triennial, Berlin Glas e.V., Berlin, Germany
    Acceleration, Dallas Contemporary, Dallas, TX
    Subject to Change/PRKD, FIG Sculpture Park, Dallas, TX
    Amarillo Entropy, The Power Station, Dallas, TX
  • 2012
    Mercury Retrograde, 500 X, Dallas, TX
    Sons and Daughters of the Sun and Star II, Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan
    Sons and Daughters of the Sun and Star I, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts, Fort Worth, TX
    Experiencing Perspectives, Mercedes-Benz Financial Services, Fort Worth, TX
    Transmission, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts, Fort Worth, TX
    The Bridged Exhibition, 500 Singleton, Dallas, TX
  • 2011
    Fresh Meat College Expo, 500 X, Dallas, TX
    Soundgazing, Issue Project Room, Brooklyn NY
  • 2009
    Brave Brooklyn, The Open Space Alliance, Brooklyn, NY
  • 2007
    Agent On The Road, Art Palace, Austin, TX
    The Audience Is Listening, Road Agent, Dallas, TX
  • 2006
    Two by Two, amFAR benefit, Rachofsky House, Dallas, TX
    Feral Nature, University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas, TX

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2016
    Oligopoly, San Jacinto College South Gallery, Houston, TX
  • 2013
    For a Limited Time Only, Moudy Gallery, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX
  • 2007
    Beastly Words, Road Agent, Dallas, TX
  • 2006
    Barnyard, Road Agent, Dallas, TX
  • 2002
    15,540 miles, Conduit Gallery, Dallas, TX


semigloss. Magazine: 2012-2016
Co-founder / Art Director

  • 2016
    Sound Issue Release and Installation, B4B3L4B, Oakland, CA
    Sound Issue Listening Event at the James Turrell Skyspace at Rice University, Houston, TX
    Sound Issue Release and Installation, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, TX
  • 2015
    Sound Issue Release and Installation, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, TX
    semigloss. Magazine Presents: Sympathy for the Devil, Hello Project Gallery, Houston, TX
  • 2014
    DB14 Issue and Release, Texas Theatre, Dallas, TX
  • 2013
    Future Issue and Release, Beefhaus, Dallas, TX
    Failure Issue and Release, That That, Dallas, TX
    Ephemera Issue and Release, Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas, TX
  • 2012
    Place Issue and Release, Oliver Francis Gallery, Dallas, TX

HOMECOMING! Committee Artist Collective, 2011-2014
Founding Member

  • 2014
    The Eagle Has Landed, Fort Worth, TX (multiple pop-up locations)
    MacGuffin, AndX Art Space, Fort Worth, TX
  • 2013
    Friskt kopplat, hälften brunnet. (Quickly connected, half burned.), CentralTrak –The Artist Residency of the University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas, TX
    Post Communiqué (Available Space), Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX
    GIF THE FUCK OUT, Apophenia Underground’s Deep Ellum Windows, Dallas, TX
  • 2012
    Hands on an Art Body, Oliver Francis Gallery, Dallas, TX
  • 2011
    Launch Party, 2525 Wiesenberger, Fort Worth, TX

San Jacinto College South Campus Gallery, 2018-Present
Gallery Curator

  • 2018
    Carrot Cake: The Life and Carrer of Chuck Jones
    League City Legacy: The Butler Longhorn Museum
  • 2019
    Golf Coast: Bayou City Upcycled Mini-Golf
    The Brain Tree Series: By John Bavaro
    Super Tuning: Trey Duvall
    The Body Follows: Ann Wood, Daniela Antelo & Julia Barbosa Landois
  • 2020
    The Ways They Are: Carris Adams, Sebastien Boncy, and Matt Manalo


  • 2017
    North Set Residency, Bea Ying Projects, Houston, TX

  • 2016
    TXRX Labs, Artist Support Grant, Houston TX
  • 2015
    Lawndale Art Center, The Lawndale Artist Studio Program, Houston, Tx


  • 2014
    Fort Worth Weekly’s Visionary Award
  • 2013
    Mercedes Benz Financial Services (MBFS) Scholarship
  • 2008
    Bean Distinguished Lecture Series, St. Anselm College
  • 2002
    Robert Eger Scholarship for Photography, University of North Texas


Michael Hardy, “A Houston Photo Exhibit Captures the Sense of Solidarity From the Pandemic’s Early Days”,
Texas Monthly, August 11, 2020

Catherine Lu, “Art Gallery Transforms Houston’s Bayous Into A Mini-Golf Course”, Houston Public Media, August 28, 2019

Christopher Blay, “Golf Coast”: San Jacinto College’s Interactive Mini-Golf Art Exhibition”, Glasstire, August 15, 2019

Catherine Lu, “South Houston Gallery Hopes to Become Cultural Hub” Houston Public Media, October 23, 2018

“Glasstire Top Five”, Glasstire, April 27, 2017

Diane Durant, “Re-presentation and the Problem of True Stories”, place/holder, The University of Texas at Dallas, September 2016

Brandon Zech, “Escaping the Narrative Trap of Video Art”, Glasstire, May 21, 2016

Jerome Weeks, “Bradly Brown and The Art of Staying Busy”, KERA’s Art + Seek, April 4, 2014

Anthony Mariani, “Visonary Awards”, Fort Worth Weekly, March 19-25, 2014

Peter Simek, “Why is a Blow-Up Calder Sculpture Popping Up All Over Fort Worth?”, D Magazine, February 26, 2014

Clara Béniac, “How I learned to Love Glass at Berlin Glass e.V.”, Art Connect Berlin, December 19, 2013

Betsy Lewis, “Acceleration at Dallas Contemporary’s Alive for 35 Spans Generations”, Dallas Observer,
November 11, 2013

Cassandra Emswiler, “Art Reviews: Transmission at FWCA”, D Magazine, January 30, 2013

Margaret Meehan, “Mirror Mirror #7: HOMECOMING! Committee”, Glasstire, May 4, 2012

Bianca Bartz, “Time-Lapse Cosmetics”, Trend Hunter, July 18, 2011

William Staley, Starved Magazine, no. 2 (fall 2008): 28-33.

Kaitlin Ingram, “Animalistic Art”, Dallas Observer, September 27,2007

Matthew Bourbon, “Boys Will Be Boys”, Flash Art, no. 249 (July-September 2006): 60. Titus O’Brien,

Noah Simblist, Catalogue Essay for “Feral Nature” at University of Texas, Dallas, 2006


  • 2015
    2015-2016 Lawndale Artist Studio Program Artist Talk, Lawndale Art Center, September 16, 2015
  • 2014
    Tuesday Evening Lecture at the Modern, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, March 4, 2014
  • 2013
    Guided Tour, Acceleration, Dallas Contemporary
    Guided Tour, MAC PAC Tour of DallasSITES: Available Space, Dallas Museum of Art
  • 2011
    All Together Now, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts


  • 2016
    The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth: Summer Art Camp and Art Study
  • 2015
    The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth: Teen/Artist Project
  • 2013
    The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth: Gallery and Studio Connections
    The Rachofsky Warehouse: Summer Workshop for Students
  • 2012
    The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth: Drawing from the Collection
  • 2011
    Fort Worth ISD Educators Sculpture Workshop, Texas Christian University
  • 2008
    Alternative Process Photography, St. Anselm College


  • 2021
    Houston Art Alliance: The Support for Artists and Creative Individuals (SACI) Panel
  • 2019-2021
    Artists for Hope: Juror, San Jacinto College Dance Program
  • 2018-2019
    Lyceum Commitee: Committee Chair, San Jacinto College
  • 2011-2013
    Gallery Committee: Fort Worth Contemporary Art, Texas Christian University


SAN JACINTO COLLEGE, Houston TX: 2015-Present
Professor of Fine Arts & Gallery Curator:
Classes include: Sculpture, Digital Media, Photography, Drawing, Design, and Art Appreciation

Adjunct Professor: Photography, and Digital Art
Classes include: Digital Media, Photography, and Digital Media

DAVID SHELTON GALLERY, Houston TX: 2014 – 2015
Associate Director

Adjunct Professor: Drawing, Design, and Sculpture

Media Manager / Associate Director

STRATEGY STUDIO, New York, NY: 2010-20011
Print/web design, principal photographer, corporate branding
Clients included: ASME, Bat Blue, Cartesian Capital, PineBridge Investments, YMCA

THE HAPPY CORP. GLOBAL, New York, NY: 2007-2009
Graphic design, principal photographer, event production
Clients included: Apple, Amy’s Babies, Brooklyn Brewery, Dewar’s, Edelman PR, MoMA, VH1,

Art Direction, graphic design, and illustration, photo archivist

Archive photographer, creative services
The Live Wire, Woody Guthrie, 2007. (2008 Grammy Recipient, Best Historical Album)
My Name Is New York, 2011

CHRISTIE’S auction house, New York, NY: 2005-2007
Image processor, photo retoucher, photo assistant, image archiving