Jackson Hole Public Art Staff
Carrie Geraci, Executive Director
Carrie Geraci founded Jackson Hole Public Art as a non-for profit public art program in 2010. Since then Geraci and staff have installed 14 public art projects in partnership with public and private developers, consulted on public art plans for the Town of Jackson, Teton Village Association, and St. John’s Medical Center, and produced the Public Art & Placemaking Toolkit for Rural Communities in the Intermountain West, a resource for communities looking to launch public art and creative placemaking programs. Geraci was recently named to the Americans for the Arts advisory council for the Public Art Network and has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brown University.
Bland Hoke, Artist-on-Staff
Hoke oversees temporary art installations, developed the Building STEAM program, and created the Place of Possibility event series. Raised in Jackson, Bland is a public artist specializing in collaborative design, resourceful thinking, and strategic project planning. Bland brings exquisite imagination, technical expertise, local knowledge and endless energy to our program. He has a graduate degree from The Parsons New School for Design and an undergraduate degree from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University.
Cal Brackin, Project Manager
Cal uses art and design as communication tools for making project development and implementation processes more equitable in the communities he serves. Born and raised in Jackson, Cal returned in 2017 after a decade of community and youth development experiences in the AmeriCorps, Peace Corps-Mongolia, and William J. Clinton Fellowship in India. Cal contributes unique perspectives in education, non-profit, and livelihood projects. Cal grew up in Jackson and has a Masters of International Peace Corps Program from the University of Wyoming and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Oregon.