Rebecca Corey is the director of Nafasi Art Space, a centre for contemporary art in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, which hosts an artist collective, studio spaces, art workshops, artist residencies, exhibitions, and other public events, providing a meeting point for intensive dialogue between artists and the public. She has curated several group and solo exhibitions and organizes monthly interactive public art workshops and concerts. Rebecca is also a co-founder and former director of the Tanzania Heritage Project, an initiative for cultural preservation that seeks to revitalize heritage music, especially through the digitization of reel-to- reel archives. Rebecca was the Director of Sauti za Busara festival in Zanzibar during 2012-14, and an advisor to Santuri Safari, an East African project that facilitates collaborations between traditional musicians and electronic music producers. She is currently co-directing and producing a feature documentary film about Tanzanian music called ‘Wahenga’ (The Ancestors).