Soul Healing Yoga

Stacy Patrice’s intimate, soul-centered yoga sessions blend an educational lifestyle practice with experiential discovery and community play for adults who often handle life with few breathing spaces. Each Soul Healing Yoga session is a mind-body-soul experience for all skill levels. Yoga mats and tea available at each session.

what the body knows

Please join Rebuild Choreographer-In-Residence, 3Arts/University of Illinois Chicago Fellow and Chicago Dancemakers Forum 2015 Lab Artist, Barak adé Soleil, for an intimate showing of an excerpt from his newest project: “what the body knows”. Exploring nuances within the intersection of race & disability, this suite of solos and a duet delve into these intertwining cultural… Learn More

Hour Flow Yoga

Stacy Patrice’s intimate, soul-centered yoga sessions blend an educational lifestyle practice with experiential discovery and community play for adults who often handle life with few breathing spaces. Each Soul Healing Yoga session is a mind-body-soul experience for all yoga skill levels. We have mats and tea available at each session. Class begins promptly at 6:30pm.

Self + Otherness: Film Workshop

Self + Otherness is a free course that focuses on the production and theory of moving image based work, exploring how time and space are used as materials to create form and inspire content in film and video. These are introductory/intermediate level classes for adults and young adults that have an interest in learning the… Learn More

Myth of Me Art Workshop

If you could create a positive alter ego, who would that person be? Work with our musician-in-residence, Coultrain, to create a visual myth of yourself. Activities will include writing, collaging, and drawing inspiration from Rebuild’s collections and pop-culture. Ages 7 – 14.

Mikel Patrick Avery + Coultrain

Rebuild’s musicians-in-residence, Mikel Patrick Avery and Coultrain, perform back-to-back. For one night only,  special guests The Bridge will join Rebuild’s Thursday night music line up.The Bridge #5–The Sync composed of Sylvaine Hélary (flutes, voices, effects); Fred Lonberg-Holm (cello, effects); and Eve Risser (piano, prepared piano); will be accompanied by a live video projections by visiting teaching artist,… Learn More

Open Rehearsal: Tomeka Reid

Chicago based cellist and educator Tomeka Reid rehearses a Jazz composition inspired by oral histories of Greater Grand Crossing residents. Chicago based cellist, composer and educator, Tomeka Reid has been described as “a remarkably versatile player,” (Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune). Equally adept in classical and jazz contexts, Ms. Reid predominantly finds herself in experimental and… Learn More

Greater Grand Crossing Speaks: Oral Histories of the South Side

Discover Chicago’s untold histories through the voices of Greater Grand Crossing residents. Featuring newly recorded conversations between seniors and local teens, this listening event includes a panel featuring neighbors who participated in the project. Join the conversation and share your stories about life on the South Side. Presented in partnership with Chicago Cares and StoryCorps. Free… Learn More

Dawoud Bey: Photographs + Family Memories

Dawoud Bey will speak about Noah Davis’s 1975 Paintings and the ways in which photographs serve as a catalyst for personal reflection and exploration through art practice. Davis’s paintings, based on his mothers photographs from Chicago, are the basis of the current exhibition. Bey will also talk about his own ‘Harlem, USA’ photographs, which he began… Learn More

Family Band

Family Band is a multi-generational ensemble of beginner to intermediate level aspiring musicians who work together to learn, play, and perform music. Family, friends, and neighbors, don’t miss this hands-on, all-ages musical experience!

Brahja Waldman’s Quintet

Following Dawoud Bey’s talk on Noah Davis’ 1975 Paintings, Brahja Waldman’s Quintet performs in the Arts Bank’s atrium. Formed in 2008, the group known as Brahja Waldman—or Brahja for short— is a New York/Montreal-based conspiracy plotting the transmutation of timeless soul thru an earthy jazz-hop cosmic swap. The group is releasing its fifth album, wisdomatic, during a five week-long tour starting… Learn More

Soul Healing Yoga

Stacy Patrice’s intimate, soul-centered yoga sessions blend an educational lifestyle practice with experiential discovery and community play for adults who often handle life with few breathing spaces. Each Soul Healing Yoga session is a mind-body-soul experience for all skill levels. Yoga mats and tea available at each session.

Volunteer Orientation

Are you interested i nvolunteering with Rebuild Foundation? This orientation session is for anyone interested in taking the next step to get involved with our work. Come learn more about the history and mission of Rebuild Foundation and see how you can contribute as one of our core volunteers. The DA+HC is ADA Accessible.

BCH@TheBank: After the Revolution Video Series

Episodes from the architecture TV show created by Xavier Wrona as part of his residence at the Methode Room in fall 2015 featuring Lavon Pettis, South Side resident and activist on local economy and community empowerment. Stay tuned the rest of the month for: Week 3 Ytasha Womack, writer, journalist, director and South Side resident Week 4 W.J.T…. Learn More

Hour Flow Yoga

Stacy Patrice’s intimate, soul-centered yoga sessions blend an educational lifestyle practice with experiential discovery and community play for adults who often handle life with few breathing spaces. Each Soul Healing Yoga session is a mind-body-soul experience for all yoga skill levels. We have mats and tea available at each session. Class begins promptly at 6:30pm.

Self + Otherness: Film Workshop

Self + Otherness is a free course that focuses on the production and theory of moving image based work, exploring how time and space are used as materials to create form and inspire content in film and video. These are introductory/intermediate level classes for adults and young adults that have an interest in learning the… Learn More

David Anthony Geary: Drawing with the Body

Join this special week of Coffee, Tea + Chat and help create a community self-portrait during this workshop led by Rebuild Painting Fellow David Geary. All ages welcome, no drawing experience necessary; materials will be provided. Coffee, Tea + Chat is a weekly program at the Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative where you can meet your neighbors, build community, and brainstorm ways to collaborate for change on… Learn More

Mikel Patrick Avery + Coultrain

Rebuild’s musicians-in-residence, Mikel Patrick Avery and Coultrain, perform back-to-back. Avery, a percussionist and composer, is recognized for his orchestral and melodic style, often incorporating the use of ‘non-musical’ objects into improvisational performances. Coultrain, a poet; singer, songwriter; and multi-instrumentalist, is known for bringing deep, dark, love through his somber but intriguing soulful music.

Myth of Me Art Workshop

If you could create a positive alter ego, who would that person be? Work with our musician-in-residence, Coultrain, to create a visual myth of yourself. Activities will include writing, collaging, and drawing inspiration from Rebuild’s collections and pop-culture. Ages 7 – 14.

BCH@TheBank: After the Revolution Video Series

Episodes from the architecture TV show created by Xavier Wrona as part of his residence at the Methode Room in fall 2015 featuring Lavon Pettis, South Side resident and activist on local economy and community empowerment. Stay tuned the rest of May for additional episodes: Week 3 Ytasha Womack, writer, journalist, director and South Side resident Week… Learn More

Quartiers Lointains: French-African Films

Four new, award-winning films about love from four acclaimed African-French directors, introduced by French-Burkinabe cinema journalist and curator Claire Diao, with Senegalese-French director Alice Diop and actor Patrick Zinguilé  in attendance. Expressions of love are part of the French culture, and emerging African-French filmmakers do not fail to deal with it. Through the sexual confusion… Learn More

BCH@TheBank: Other People’s Business

The South Side Home Movie Project presents a rotating selection of home movies from our collection projected on real celluloid! This new monthly series showcases precious historical footage of everyday life pulled from basements, attics and garages across the South Side. All films are family friendly and we encourage audience participation!

Family Band

Family Band is a multi-generational ensemble of beginner to intermediate level aspiring musicians who work together to learn, play, and perform music. Family, friends, and neighbors, don’t miss this hands-on, all-ages musical experience!

Soul Healing Yoga

Stacy Patrice’s intimate, soul-centered yoga sessions blend an educational lifestyle practice with experiential discovery and community play for adults who often handle life with few breathing spaces. Each Soul Healing Yoga session is a mind-body-soul experience for all skill levels. Yoga mats and tea available at each session.

Stealing the Show: Book Talk with Miriam Petty

Join Miriam J. Petty, Assistant Professor in the Department of Film, Radio, and Television at Northwestern University, for a book launch and discussion of her recently released Stealing the Show: African American Performers and Audiences in 1930s Hollywood. Stealing the Show is a study of African American actors in Hollywood during the 1930s, a decade… Learn More

BCH@TheBank: After the Revolution Video Series

Episodes from the architecture TV show created by Xavier Wrona as part of his residence at the Methode Room in fall 2015 featuring Ytasha Womack, writer, journalist, director and South Side resident. Stay tuned next week for the final episode in the series: Week 4 W.J.T. Mitchell on images, politics, Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders

Hour Flow Yoga

Stacy Patrice’s intimate, soul-centered yoga sessions blend an educational lifestyle practice with experiential discovery and community play for adults who often handle life with few breathing spaces. Each Soul Healing Yoga session is a mind-body-soul experience for all yoga skill levels. We have mats and tea available at each session. Class begins promptly at 6:30pm.

Self + Otherness: Film Workshop

Self + Otherness is a free course that focuses on the production and theory of moving image based work, exploring how time and space are used as materials to create form and inspire content in film and video. These are introductory/intermediate level classes for adults and young adults that have an interest in learning the… Learn More

Mikel Patrick Avery + Coultrain

Rebuild’s musicians-in-residence, Mikel Patrick Avery and Coultrain, perform back-to-back. Avery, a percussionist and composer, is recognized for his orchestral and melodic style, often incorporating the use of ‘non-musical’ objects into improvisational performances. Coultrain, a poet; singer, songwriter; and multi-instrumentalist, is known for bringing deep, dark, love through his somber but intriguing soulful music.

BCH@TheBank: After the Revolution Video Series

Episodes from the architecture TV show created by Xavier Wrona as part of his residence at the Methode Room in fall 2015 featuring Ytasha Womack, writer, journalist, director and South Side resident. Stay tuned next week for the final episode in the series: Week 4 W.J.T. Mitchell on images, politics, Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders

Myth of Me Art Workshop

If you could create a positive alter ego, who would that person be? Work with our musician-in-residence, Coultrain, to create a visual myth of yourself. Activities will include writing, collaging, and drawing inspiration from Rebuild’s collections and pop-culture. Ages 7 – 14.

Glass Lantern Slide Night: Broadcast from a Serpent-Headed Spaceship

Open mic style presentations from Rebuild’s collection of glass lantern slides covering art and art history from the prehistoric to modern era. Broadcast from a Serpent-Headed Spaceship is an experimental lecture that uses the Aztec, Mexican, and South American portions of the University of Chicago’s glass slide collection to investigate historical and contemporary feelings of… Learn More

Closing Reception: 1975 Paintings

Celebrate the life and work of painter Noah Davis at the closing reception to the 1975 Paintings exhibition. Rebuild Painting Fellows will be on hand to reflect on their experience using Noah’s work as their inspiration and to premiere their three collaborative paintings completed during the course of the show. Musician-in-residence Coultrain will perform.

Family Band

Family Band is a multi-generational ensemble of beginner to intermediate level aspiring musicians who work together to learn, play, and perform music. Family, friends, and neighbors, don’t miss this hands-on, all-ages musical experience!

Soul Healing Yoga

Stacy Patrice’s intimate, soul-centered yoga sessions blend an educational lifestyle practice with experiential discovery and community play for adults who often handle life with few breathing spaces. Each Soul Healing Yoga session is a mind-body-soul experience for all skill levels. Yoga mats and tea available at each session.

Hour Flow Yoga

Stacy Patrice’s intimate, soul-centered yoga sessions blend an educational lifestyle practice with experiential discovery and community play for adults who often handle life with few breathing spaces. Each Soul Healing Yoga session is a mind-body-soul experience for all yoga skill levels. We have mats and tea available at each session. Class begins promptly at 6:30pm.

Self + Otherness: Film Workshop

Self + Otherness is a free course that focuses on the production and theory of moving image based work, exploring how time and space are used as materials to create form and inspire content in film and video. These are introductory/intermediate level classes for adults and young adults that have an interest in learning the… Learn More

Mikel Patrick Avery + Coultrain

Rebuild’s musicians-in-residence, Mikel Patrick Avery and Coultrain, perform back-to-back. Avery, a percussionist and composer, is recognized for his orchestral and melodic style, often incorporating the use of ‘non-musical’ objects into improvisational performances. Coultrain, a poet; singer, songwriter; and multi-instrumentalist, is known for bringing deep, dark, love through his somber but intriguing soulful music.

Myth of Me Art Workshop

If you could create a positive alter ego, who would that person be? Work with our musician-in-residence, Coultrain, to create a visual myth of yourself. Activities will include writing, collaging, and drawing inspiration from Rebuild’s collections and pop-culture. Ages 7 – 14.

Family Band

Family Band is a multi-generational ensemble of beginner to intermediate level aspiring musicians who work together to learn, play, and perform music. Family, friends, and neighbors, don’t miss this hands-on, all-ages musical experience!

Open Dances: Vershawn Ward

Explore dance with featured Chicago-based artist Vershawn Ward, a choreographer, performer, dance scholar, and the Founder and Executive Director of Red Clay Dance Company. Open Dances, curated by Rebuild’s choreographer-in-residence, Barak adé Soleil, is a year-long dance forum featuring local and visiting artists, creating opportunities to explore movement and build community for all ages. Vershawn… Learn More

Soul Healing Yoga

Stacy Patrice’s intimate, soul-centered yoga sessions blend an educational lifestyle practice with experiential discovery and community play for adults who often handle life with few breathing spaces. Each Soul Healing Yoga session is a mind-body-soul experience for all skill levels. Yoga mats and tea available at each session.