About This Artist

Founded in 2010, by Baindu Conté-Coomber, Jaara has evolved from a five-member dance company into a multilayer and multidisciplinary cultural arts non-profit. Based in both Boston and San Francisco, Jaara encourages the exploration of the diverse African heritages and traditions inherent of the continent, and serves as a medium to disseminate these heritages and traditions to the broader community through dance, education and outreach.

 

 

About This Project

Recovering Home explores the unique subjectivities of identity from different ethnic and racial backgrounds, whose paths have woven together on a journey to find home. Coming from the far reaches of the globalized experience, this piece explores a convergence of quests for connection, a sense of belonging and a space to integrate our stories past and present.

Upcoming Events

Tomorrow We Inherit the Earth: The Queer Intifada

Directed by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and collaboratively written and devised
Thu-Sat, Jun 20-22, 8pm-9pm

Flagging at Block Fest

William Taylor Barros, Alejandro Upchurch & Steve Tanksley
Fri, Jun 28, 3:00pm-5:00pm

The Looking Glass Self and Metamorphosis: Phase 1

Mugwumpin and Mabel Valdiviezo with Travis Bennett
Thu-Sat, Sep 12-14 & 19-21, 7:30pm & 8:15pm

Archived Events

ARRUDA

Aguas Da Bahia directed by Tania Santiago and Co-produced by Stephanie Bastos
Thu-Sat, Jun 13-15, 8pm

Zine-Making at Block Fest

San Francisco Suicide Prevention
Fri, Jun 7, 3:00pm-5:00pm

Fabric Animal

Sonsherée Giles & Sebastian Grubb
Thu-Sat, Jun 6-8, 8pm

Work MORE 8: Drag House

Created and produced by OX. Artistic Direction by VivvyAnne ForeverMORE!
Fri-Sat, May 24-25 & May 31-Jun 1, 8pm

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