Rebecca is Director of Public Engagement and Learning at Queensland Performing Arts Centre. She leads a team of teaching artists, producers and arts managers to curate and deliver programs that build context, increase participation and support audiences and communities to make meaning through live performance. One of the key initiatives produced by the team is the internationally recognised Out of the Box Festival for Children under 8. Rebecca is also the Editor of QPAC’s Story magazine, a biannual publication featuring some of the world’s leading writers, artists and thinkers exploring ideas in art, performance, placemaking and learning. Over the last 20 years, Rebecca has worked with large and small arts organisations including performing arts centres, literary festivals, visual arts, youth programming and education, libraries and museums. Her work spans non-profit administration and leadership, strategic planning, critical analysis, conceptual development, research, consultation, programming and evaluation. She was the first Australian accepted as an International Fellow of the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC. Originally training as a journalist at The University of Queensland, Rebecca has a Master of Arts in Cultural and Media Policy from Griffith University.