Rebecca Livesey-Wright (they/she) is an independent curator, artist, producer and facilitator based in Glasgow, primarily working in socially engaged practice. Their current creative-action-research interest are on how m*thers engage with the arts, both as artists and artworkers, and as audiences and community groups.
Rebecca graduated from Central Saint Martins with a BA (Hons) Criticism, Communication and Curation in 2015 and has since worked freelance across a number of projects. They are an awardee of the Stephen Palmer Travel Bursary 2023, which allowed them to undertake research into m*ther-artist led initiatives in Newcastle and London. They are also an awardee of the Spilt Milk microgrant, 2021 which they used to produce a collection of visual and written works by single parents as a zine under the project name, The Single Parents’ Project.
Most notable works include the short video work, Trust Us: Conversations on M*therhood, Care and Working in the Arts, (filmed and edited by Meray Diner) and writings: ‘Affirming Mother-Artists’ reflection on a 3-part programme of artists-talks Rebecca curated and; ‘On Being Mother-Artist’ written for Spilt Milk’s 2021 exhibition acting balance[d].