Brad Birchett is a mixed media and intermedia artist who lives and works in Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A. where he is an Instructor and Senior Advisor for VCU School of the Arts. Brad's work investigates multi-cultural stories and events over time through collecting, moving, drawing & making, and displacing objects - all involving movement and transitioning.
Brad has exhibited at national venues such as the Myers Gallery in Tulsa, Oklahoma; Prescott College Gallery in Prescott, Arizona;
Bowery Gallery in New York, Delicious Spectacle Gallery in D.C., Aljira Center for Contemporary Art in Newark, New Jersey, and The Center for Book Arts in New York.His work has also been exhibited at international venues such as Philara Gallery in Düsseldorf Germany, Sebastian Fath Contemporary in Mannheim Germany, Crou’n Haitai Gallery in Seoul Korea, Imagine Gallery in Bejing China, and The Biennial International Art and Design Conference in Doha, Qatar.
Brad is an Emeritus Member of 1708 Gallery, has given lectures for the Virginia Museum of Fine Art, University of Mary Washington, and VCU Honors College. Brad's essay, Assessing the Process, was published in Integrative Teaching International’s magazine, Future Forward: Foundations NOW. He has curated a few exhibitions including Richard Carlyon: A Retrospective – Interval, for 1708 Gallery.