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Bradley Jay Goldberg, American Artist. Recipient Kessler award for excellence in urban design City of Dallas, 1995, Artist/Craftsmanship award American Institute of Architects, 1995, Preservation award St. Paul Preservation Committee and St. Paul chapter American Institute of Architects, 1994, American Society Landscape Artitects Honor award, 1978.

Background

Goldberg, Bradley Jay was born on July 7, 1954 in Oklahoma City. Son of Burton S. and Lenisse E. (Mankoff) Goldberg.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture, B.Landscape Architecture, Rhode Island School Design, 1978.

Career

Lecturer in field; visiting artist Mie (Japan) National University, 1997, Rhode Island School Design, Providence, 1989, 95, Graduate Program, School Architect and Environmental Design, University Texas, Arlington, 1984-1987.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Sculpture at Forma Viva International Sculpture Symposium, Kostanjevica Na Krki, Slovenija, Yugoslavia, 1976, International Sculpture symposium, Liberty Hill, Tex, 1976, Lindabrunn, Austria, 1977, 79, Warrington High-rise Condominiums, Dallas, 1981, Austin Hyatt regency Hotel, 1981, Shizuki Park, Hagi, Japan, 1981-1984, Baylor University, Waco, Texas, 1982, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan, 1984, West End Oasis Restaurant, Dallas, 1984-1986, Office Tower Lobbies of The Crescent, Dallas, 1987-1988, Lippincott Center, Marlton, New Jersey, 1988-1989, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Society, 1987-1989, 90City of Hamamatsu, Japan, 1990-1991, Dallas Area Rapid Transit Central Business District Transit Mall Project, 1991-1996, Heritage Park, Fort Worth, 1991-1992, City of St. Paul/Lowertown Redevelopment Corporation, 1990-1993, City of Wichita (Kansas) Museum District Master Plan, 1992-1994, Miyakoda Technopolis Research Institute, Japan, 1992-1993, Dallas Convention Center Expansion/Vertiport Project, 1990-1994, Prince of Peace Catholic Community, Plano, Texas, 1993-1994, Pegasus Plaza/Dallas City Center Project, 1992-1994, City Hall, Bloomington, Indiana, 1994-1996, Mountain View College, Dallas, 1995-1998, tech Museum Innovation project San Jose, 1995-1998, Fine Arts Building, Greenhill School, Addison, Texas, 1996-1997, Miami (Florida) International Airport Project, 1996, Criminal Justice Center Project, Phoenix, 1996, Fort Lauderdale International Airport Project, 1996, Place of Origin project Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 1997, Esquire Plaza Project, sacramento, 1997, Memphis Center Library., 1997, numerous private residences.

Membership

Panelist broward County Public Art and Design Program, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1996. Member public art advising committee City of Dallas, 1996. Fellow Dallas Institute Humanities and Culture.

Connections

Married Diana G. Swick, March 18, 1984. Children: Jason, Alex, Ian.

father:
Burton S. Goldberg

mother:
Lenisse E. (Mankoff) Goldberg

spouse:
Diana G. Swick

children:
Ian Goldberg

Jason Goldberg

Alex Goldberg