Rebeka Rodriguez Mondragón is an artist, curator, and cultural producer. She works in photography, video and collaborative generated projects and happenings. Her work explores the body as a site for personal and collective histories, desire, community and queer aesthetics.

She is currently working with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts where she designs and implements creative programming responsive to the social, historical and geographic contexts in which she works. She is the founder of BYOQ, a daytime music, art & performance festival featuring Queer Bay Area music, art, fashion and performance; she is the Director for AIR-SF, a nonprofit project committed to supporting artists and producing relevant public art projects and expanding civic participation. For over ten years as the former Education and Community Engagement Program Director of Intersection for the Arts, Rebeka developed art and education projects and public forums to exchange ideas and inspire action.