Rebecca Tulk is a student at Queens University and a resident of Kingston. After completing the three year Visual and Creative Arts Program at Sheridan College, Tulk was inspired to do her undergrad in Fine Arts. Through her 6 years of art school, Tulk’s work has remained consistent in collaging strange, metamorphic and non-representational concepts together. She has exhibited work in the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Queen’s Union Gallery and been a visiting artist at local highschool, Regiopolis-Notre Dame. In 2014, Tulk was awarded the Exposure Photography Award at Sheridan and published in Rhetoric Magazine’s 4th Annual 2015 Issue. Tulk is currently completing her fourth-year thesis and preparing for her grad exhibition. Grad school is in the near future for her.