Support Rebuild Foundation’s culture-based, artist-led, neighborhood-driven community revitalization. Your contribution sustains the following projects and programs:
Archive House + Listening House are part gallery space, library, and community nexus. These buildings are home to portions of the Johnson Publishing Library, Dr. Wax record collection, stock from Prairie Avenue Books, and the University of Chicago glass lantern slide collection.
BING Art Books explores a model of rotating book collections and offers a selection of books on art, architecture, and design.
Black Cinema House hosts screenings and discussions of films by and about Black people, exploring the past, present, and future of Black moving images.
Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative is a rehabilitated public housing project that provides housing for artists and community members to foster dialogue and collaboration.
Dorchester Industries is a project of Rebuild’s workforce development initiative providing creative and economic opportunities for residents of Chicago’s south and west sides. Furniture, objects, and public spaces are built using repurposed materials.
Stony Island Arts Bank is a hybrid gallery, library, media archive, community center, and destination for artists, scholars, curators, and collectors to research and engage with Chicago’s South Side history.