Ayesha Jaco

Ayesha Jaco is a Senior Director, Choreographer, and Philanthropist. Over the course of her year-long residency at Rebuild Foundation, she will dig into topics of heritage, legacy, and migration through movement, sound, film, and participatory archiving. The outline of her residency is as follows, sign up for our newsletter to remain up to date on… Learn More

Jumaane Taylor

Jumaane Taylor, the current dancer-in-residence at the Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative, is a Chicago native has been tap dancing since the age of 7. He began his training at the Sammy Dyer School of the Theatre, then Chicago Multicultural Dance Center and the ETA Creative Arts Foundation. He has had the opportunity to perform and study… Learn More

Onye Ozuzu

“Project Tool” is a dance performance installation in which Onye will build a collection of sprung wood dance floors. What is learned physically, emotionally, and conceptually in the process of building will become the material that is used to craft the performance. This project stems from Ozuzu’s fascination with the inter-relationships between body, task, and… Learn More

Barak adé Soleil

Barak adé Soleil is choreographer-in-residence with Rebuild Foundation for 2016 and serves as curator of Open Dances a forum featuring local and visiting artists, creating opportunities to explore movement and build community for all ages.