Carrie Geraci's arts administration experience began in 2007 as the founding director of the Center of Wonder. In 2010 she launched Jackson Hole Public Art, Jackson’s only non-profit dedicated to commissioning public art in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Since founding JH Public Art Geraci has overseen the installation of 10 permanent sculptures and dozens of temporary works and placemaking events ranging in budget from $500 - $250,000. JH Public Art has overseen over one million dollars of investment in public art in Jackson, Wyoming. JH Public Art also produced the Public Art and Placemaking Toolkit for Rural Communities, an online resource that has been shared by the National Endowment for the Arts and Americans For The Arts. Carrie was recently elected to and served one term on the Americans For the Arts National Public Art Network Council where she developed public art policy with her national peers and participated in arts advocacy.
Prior to her non-profit work, Geraci was represented at the Tayloe Piggott Gallery from 1995 – 2011 and taught art at the Jackson Hole Community School in 2006.
Geraci has a BA in Visual Arts from Brown University where she also attended classes at the Rhode Island School of Design and studied abroad at the Cleveland Institute of Art, in Florence, Italy.