Philip Brady

Adjunct Faculty
Degree programs: 
MA Exhibition Design

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Mr. Brady is Founding Partner, Principal, and Senior Exhibit Designer for the Jackson Brady Design Group. His experience spans all design services, from planning and programming to concept and design development. His expertise in post-design services includes full construction and fabrication documents, coordination of consultants, management of contractors, and site and installation supervision. His background in architecture and the development of close relationships with a variety of consultants and contractors throughout production processes has translated into an ever-expanding technical knowledge base. Recent projects include the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site Museum for the National Park Service; reinstallation of the Permanent Galleries, the Detroit Institute of Art; “Discovering the Civil War” for the National Archives, Washington, D.C.; The World of Coca-Cola, Las Vegas; and “Our Peoples” Gallery, Tribal History Areas, National Museum of the American Indian. Mr. Brady holds a Masters of Architecture degree from Columbia University and a B.S. degree in Architecture from the University of Virginia. Under his direction, Exhibition Design Studio II students have created “real world” projects, including a proposal for an Underwater Archaeology gallery for the National Museum of the U.S. Navy.

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Mr. Philip Brady is founding partner, principal, and senior exhibit designer for the Jackson Brady Design Group. 

Degree Title: 
B.S.
College or University: 
Architecture, University of Virginia
Degree Title: 
M.Arch.
College or University: 
Columbia University
Clients: 
Recent projects include the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site Museum for the National Park Service; reinstallation of the Permanent Galleries at the Detroit Institute of Art; Discovering the Civil War for the National Archives, Washington, D.C.; The World of Coca-Cola, Las Vegas; and Our Peoples Gallery, Tribal History Areas, National Museum of the American Indian.
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Mr. Brady’s experience spans all design services—from planning and programming to concept and design development. His expertise in post-design services includes full construction and fabrication documents, coordination of consultants, management of contractors, and site and installation supervision. Mr. Brady’s background in architecture and the development of close relationships with a variety of consultants and contractors throughout production processes has translated into an ever-expanding technical knowledge base. Under his direction, his Corcoran College of Art and Design students have created “real world” projects, including a proposal for an Underwater Archaeology gallery for the National Museum of the U.S. Navy.