Kathleen Brady Stimpert

photograph of outdoor installation made of metal canoes
Nancy Rubins, Monochrome For Austin, LANDMARKS, 2015, Credit: Paul Bardagjy

Kathleen Brady Stimpert is an arts administrator and communications professional with two decades of experience in the cultural sector. She has held positions at the National Academy Museum (NYC), the Blanton Museum of Art (Austin), The University of Texas School of Architecture (Austin), and the City of Austin Cultural Arts Division, among other organizations.

Kathleen currently serves as Deputy Director of Landmarks, the public art program of The University of Texas at Austin, where she oversees daily operations including administration, collections management, education and communications, and assists with strategic planning and development initiatives.

Kathleen has served as a panelist or presenter for the Texas Association of Museums Annual Conference; People Fund’s Innovation Week; Waterloo Greenway’s New Monuments for New Cities symposium; and the Texas Cultural Trust’s Medal of Arts Awards. In 2016, she developed PR & Marketing for ATX Creatives, a three-part workshop series for Austin’s creative community.

Kathleen has edited or contributed articles to publications including the Austin Chronicle, Glasstire, Conflict of Interest and Edible Austin; authored A Resource Guide to Austin’s Public Art Program; and was co-editor of William Beckman, a catalogue published by the University of Washington Press for the artist’s 2002 exhibition at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle.