Dec 21, 2022 7:40 AM
Rebecca Reynolds
Manship Artists
Manship Artists Program
Executive Director. Founding President (2015-2019), Reynolds is a museum professional and arts administrator with some 30 years experience. She served as a curator and art consultant specializing in American sculpture, as the founding director of Forest Hills Educational Trust and its public art program, and as a member of Gloucester’s Committee for the Arts (2016-2019).
Rebecca will be speaking about the Manship Artists   At Manship Artists Residency, we value a Culture of Inclusion based on Diversity, Equity and Belonging.
Manship Artists Residency provides a diverse, equitable and inclusive living and work environment, one where all employees, participants, guests, and volunteers, whatever their gender, race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation or identity, religion, socioeconomic status, education or disability, are celebrated, feel valued, and are respected. We are committed to a non-discriminatory approach to provide equal opportunity for employment and advancement throughout our organization and programs. We actively ensure that all voices are valued and heard, knowing that when we embrace diverse life experiences, perspectives and heritages we build stronger, more vibrant and resilient communities. We are committed to modeling diversity and inclusion, maintaining an inclusive environment with equitable treatment for all, and providing an informed, authentic leadership for cultural equity, one where everyone belongs.