Drop In Film Screening

Ranging from hyper-local documentaries to hypnotic experimental films, from intimate home movies to timeless African films, from acclaimed pieces by accomplished artists to fresh new voices from the neighborhood

Mikel Patrick Avery: PLAY

Jazz drummer Mikel Patrick Avery is often recognized for his orchestral and melodic style of drumming that involves the use of “non-musical” objects. Avery constructs a stage play complete with props, objects, and dialogue – moving from object to object, instrument to instrument.

House Tea

Please join us at the Stony Island Arts Bank for House Tea, a spin on the traditional tea ceremony. Rebuild’s ceremony includes home-brewed teas accompanied by audio selections inspired by the Frankie Knuckles Collection vinyl catalogue. House Tea is free and open to the public.

Drop In Film Screening

Ranging from hyper-local documentaries to hypnotic experimental films, from intimate home movies to timeless African films, from acclaimed pieces by accomplished artists to fresh new voices from the neighborhood, the Black Cinema House Film Archive houses exciting media work by and about people from throughout the African diaspora.

Drop In Film Screening

Ranging from hyper-local documentaries to hypnotic experimental films, from intimate home movies to timeless African films, from acclaimed pieces by accomplished artists to fresh new voices from the neighborhood, the Black Cinema House Film Archive houses exciting media work by and about people from throughout the African diaspora.

Mikel Patrick Avery: PLAY

Jazz drummer Mikel Patrick Avery is often recognized for his orchestral and melodic style of drumming that involves the use of “non-musical” objects. Avery constructs a stage play complete with props, objects, and dialogue – moving from object to object, instrument to instrument.

House Tea

Please join us at the Stony Island Arts Bank for House Tea, a spin on the traditional tea ceremony. Rebuild’s ceremony includes home-brewed teas accompanied by audio selections inspired by the Frankie Knuckles Collection vinyl catalogue. House Tea is free and open to the public.

Drop In Film Screening

Ranging from hyper-local documentaries to hypnotic experimental films, from intimate home movies to timeless African films, from acclaimed pieces by accomplished artists to fresh new voices from the neighborhood, the Black Cinema House Film Archive houses exciting media work by and about people from throughout the African diaspora.

Drop In Film Screening

Ranging from hyper-local documentaries to hypnotic experimental films, from intimate home movies to timeless African films, from acclaimed pieces by accomplished artists to fresh new voices from the neighborhood, the Black Cinema House Film Archive houses exciting media work by and about people from throughout the African diaspora.

Rebuild Talk: James Hoff

In conjunction with Lampo, an experimental sound program presented by artist James Hoff, Hoff will will discuss the history of artists’ books and Primary Information, the organization he co-founded to publish books and writings by artists.

South Side Connections

South Side Connections is an afternoon of historical investigation co-presented by four long-standing South Side arts organizations: the Renaissance Society, the Hyde Park Art Center, the South Side Community Art Center, and the Smart Museum.

Drop In Film Screening

Ranging from hyper-local documentaries to hypnotic experimental films, from intimate home movies to timeless African films, from acclaimed pieces by accomplished artists to fresh new voices from the neighborhood, the Black Cinema House Film Archive houses exciting media work by and about people from throughout the African diaspora.

Drop In Film Screening

Ranging from hyper-local documentaries to hypnotic experimental films, from intimate home movies to timeless African films, from acclaimed pieces by accomplished artists to fresh new voices from the neighborhood, the Black Cinema House Film Archive houses exciting media work by and about people from throughout the African diaspora.

Community Cataloging at the Arts Bank

During the Chicago Architecture Biennial, catalogers will help to sort and organize the architecture-related holdings of Rebuild Foundation’s 35mm slide collection acquired from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, while discussing best practices for archive preservation, conservation, and activation with Rebuild staff, Arts Bank artists and archivists-in-residence.

Mikel Patrick Avery: PLAY

Jazz drummer Mikel Patrick Avery is often recognized for his orchestral and melodic style of drumming that involves the use of “non-musical” objects. Avery constructs a stage play complete with props, objects, and dialogue – moving from object to object, instrument to instrument.

House Tea

Please join us at the Stony Island Arts Bank for House Tea, a spin on the traditional tea ceremony. Rebuild’s ceremony includes home-brewed teas accompanied by audio selections inspired by the Frankie Knuckles Collection vinyl catalogue. House Tea is free and open to the public.

Drop In Film Screening

Ranging from hyper-local documentaries to hypnotic experimental films, from intimate home movies to timeless African films, from acclaimed pieces by accomplished artists to fresh new voices from the neighborhood, the Black Cinema House Film Archive houses exciting media work by and about people from throughout the African diaspora.