Alexandria Eregbu

Alexandria Eregbu is exploring narrative and collage-making processes by creating an audio mixtape featuring conversations with a variety of guests, inspired by curated “talking pieces”, objects from the Arts Bank archives and collections along with the artist’s personal collection. The project will also include Alexandria’s sister, artist Erin Eregbu, as singer and composer.

Shani Crowe

Inspired by James Barnor, Arts Bank fellow Shani Crowe is capturing black beauty through media. Shani will use images of blackness from recycled beauty products, saving them from literal discard,  Pan African iconography and imagery from the Arts Bank collections to create her own flag. This flag will double as a backdrop in a two- part… Learn More

Amina Ross

Interested in the ways in which the concept of beauty functions within James Barnor’s work, Amina Ross is using the Arts Bank’s Johnson Publishing Company library and reflections on the theme of beauty, collected from Rebuild’s guests and community, to be featured as text-bearing garments. Additionally, Amina will be leading a two part workshop series,… Learn More

Coultrain

Coultrain is a 2016 artist-in-residence with Rebuild, splitting his time between the Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative, where he teaches a bi-weekly art workshop, and the Stony Island Arts Bank, where he performs every Thursday night at 7:30.

Mikel Patrick Avery

Mikel is a musician-in-residence with Rebuild for 2016, performing every Thursday at 6pm at the Stony Island Arts Bank and every Wednesday evening at 6pm at BING Art Books.

Arthur Wright

For three months artists Kenrick McFarlane, Arthur Wright, and David Anthony Geary participated in Rebuild’s One Canvas fellowship – a project that invited three artists to work both independently and collaboratively in a shared public studio space at the Stony Island Arts Bank. Occasioned by Rebuild’s Noah Davis, 1975 Paintings exhibition, the fellows selected photographs from a… Learn More

Kenrick McFarlane

For three months artists Kenrick McFarlane, Arthur Wright, and David Anthony Geary participated in Rebuild’s One Canvas fellowship – a project that invited three artists to work both independently and collaboratively in a shared public studio space at the Stony Island Arts Bank. Occasioned by Rebuild’s Noah Davis, 1975 Paintings exhibition, the fellows selected photographs from a… Learn More

David Anthony Geary

For three months artists Kenrick McFarlane, Arthur Wright, and David Anthony Geary participated in Rebuild’s One Canvas fellowship – a project that invited three artists to work both independently and collaboratively in a shared public studio space at the Stony Island Arts Bank. Occasioned by Rebuild’s Noah Davis, 1975 Paintings exhibition, the fellows selected photographs from a… Learn More