Rebecca Beltrán joined United States Artists as Program Manager in March 2016. Prior to USA, she was with BLICK Art Materials managing institutional sponsorships and promotional events for the national art retailer’s 60+ stores. Originally from Los Angeles, Ms. Beltrán’s previous positions include roles in development for the Craft & Folk Art Museum and performing arts presenter UCLA Live! (now Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA), as well as registrar/ associate at Fahey/ Klein Gallery, specializing in iconic fine art photography. Her ambition for the arts began with internships through the J. Paul Getty Foundation’s Multicultural Internship Program at the Vincent Price Art Museum at East LA College and the City of Beverly Hills, as well as National Public Radio’s (NPR) arts desk.
Ms. Beltrán studied Art History at Loyola Marymount University and Arts Management at Claremont Graduate University. She attended the Akademie für Internationale Bildung in Germany, and was a 2010 Riordan MBA Fellow at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. She is currently on the auxiliary Board for the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago.