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Rebekah Kirkman

Rebekah Kirkman has been a City Paper arts writer since 2013, when she was an arts editorial intern. After receiving a BFA in Painting from MICA in 2014, and after a summer spent writing poems about the bus rides to and from her office job, she came back to CP to write about art, and to run the intern program and oversee fact-checking. Rebekah is CP's visual arts editor, where she critiques and celebrates the visual arts and how they operate in this city. In her limited spare time, she makes paintings from memory about things she sees while walking around, and tries to get her cat to be nicer.
Kirkman: Everything happens so much

Whenever things have started to unravel, there has always been work to throw myself into. I’ve been lucky to always find an outlet.

No Borders: Artists in "Out/Side & In/Between" at School 33 navigate sense of place, culture, self-image, and immigration

Nosing into the decorative white-painted wooden walls and peering inside Puerto Rican artist Eric Rivera Barbeito's piece titled 'Gracias,' a small house

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