Rebecca Guber is the Director and Founder of Asylum Arts. She has worked with artists for 20 years, and was the Founding Director of the Six Points Fellowship for Emerging Jewish Artists. Over the past 10 years, Rebecca has built a community of artists exploring Jewish ideas and identity through fellowship commissions for new work, international retreats and professional development. Asylum Arts and the Six Points Fellowship have been the most significant direct supporters of emerging Jewish artists in this generation. Artists supported through her efforts have produced thousands of readings, workshops and performances attended by hundreds of thousands of people and featured in major mainstream and Jewish press, radio and national TV. Rebecca has also worked at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Museum of Jewish Heritage and founded the Shpatzirin Festival. Rebecca lives in utopian Brooklyn with her husband and son; she enjoys quilting, tending bees, puttering in the garden and riding her bike.