Rebecca Manson lives and works in Brooklyn and Bedford Hills, New York. She graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 2011. She received a Windgate Project Grant in 2016 and a Windgate Fellowship Award in 2011 from The Windgate Foundation and the Center for Craft Creativity and Design in Asheville, NC. She has served as artist-in-residence at The Oxbow School (Napa, California), Zentrum Fur Keramik (Berlin, Germany) and California State University (Long Beach, CA). Manson has exhibited at galleries and institutions across the United States and Internationally including Hard and Soft at ACME Gallery, Line Describing a Cone at the Katonah Museum of Art, Rockelmann & (Berlin, Germany) and Fun House at 520 W. 28th by Zaha Hadid Architects in New York City. Manson works primarily with ceramics, metal, plaster, and epoxy and also creates works on paper. Outside of the studio she is an avid volunteer for Guiding Eyes for the Blind and she is passionate about arts education.
Rebecca Manson’s first public installation "Come Closer and the View Gets Wider" is on view in Tribeca Park at 1 Walker Street until July 2019.