Rebecca Eve Baruc is a multi-faceted and adaptable Arts Producer, Curator, Educator and Artist based in Chicago with 6+ years experience in delivering impactful and transformative programming to diverse audiences. She's highly organized, passionate and collaborative in service of building more equitable and humane communities through the Humanities and Arts.
Baruc lights up in settings that cultivate cultures of liberation, take creative risks, and archive contemporary American culture.
Starting at age eleven she trained for seven years in the classical tradition of oils, watercolors and pastels with artist Barbara Herzberg. She received her BFA in American Studies and minored in Studio Art from Skidmore College, where she also produced the National College Comedy Festival. Schools of study also include the Art Students League of New York, The Glasgow School of Art, and The Chicago Mosaic School.
She currently is the Artistic Director of Juliet Art House, a newly emerging flexible art space in Pilsen lead by CPS teachers.