With a background of curating and managing contemporary art exhibitions, Rebecca has developed diverse organisational skills which have been put to use in a range of settings.
Her interest lies in bridging the gap between design concepts and the finished product, working alongside the design studio and management team to help develop budgets, detailed specifications and source specialist suppliers for each project. Her practical and academic experience in the cultural sector, locally and further afield, helps provide a unique insight into client requirements.
Beyond the studio
Rebecca’s passion for Art History & Art Theory, goes beyond her academic qualifications. She also teaches European Art from 1870 – 1914 to Lifelong Learning Students at Queen’s University, Belfast. Her knowledge and interest in art has also led her to curate exhibitions for a number of local galleries, including traveling exhibitions at London Art Fair, and SCOPE International Art Fair, New York.
Dream Interpretation Project
Profoundly interested in the development of Modern Art in 19th Century Paris, Rebecca would love the chance to interpret how changes in society & culture impacted the new direction of art in the French capital.
MA Contemporary Art Theory
Edinburgh College of Art
September 2009 – June 2011
BA Hons (2.1) History of Art & Film Studies
Queen’s University Belfast
September 2005 – June 2009
Advanced Diploma in Management Practice
University of Ulster
April – October 2013