Rêver means to dream
What is J Rêve?
J Rêve International cultivates creative game-changers globally by producing meaningful interdisciplinary arts projects and programming.
Vision: J Rêve International believes that visual and performing arts, creative education and global exchanges generate cross-cultural awareness while transforming lives and communities.
Mission: J Rêve International fosters a dynamic culturally creative community wherein education, civic engagement, and leadership are hallmarks. We bring people together through the arts, and cultivate creative communities that support personal, professional and communal achievement within a global context. J Rêve International has serviced over 1000 artists, art enthusiasts, students, and educators with global exhibition, production, exchange, and educational programs. Our impact and reach grows each year. We uplift humanity through the arts.
“Rêver is french for ‘to dream.’ My creative team and I are proud dreamers, aspiring to enlighten, entertain and educate, simultaneously. Our goal is to bring people together through intercultural creative exposure. This pursuit informs all of the projects that we pursue. At the heart of creativity is peace and love.” - Jacqueline Cofield, Founder.
How do we cultivate creativity?
Who Are We?
Alicia M Morgan is a graduate of Tuskegee University with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Aerospace Science Engineering and New Mexico State University with a Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering.
Kamali Minter is a writer/director/editor/healer based in Los Angeles, where she relocated after graduating from NYU’s Tisch School of the
Ariana Bolton-Da Silva
Ariana Bolton-Da Silva is a fashion designer, artist, and graphic designer based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Ariana's experience includes Fashion Design with
Tereneh Mosley studied business administration at Drexel University. Where she was named Top 10 Graduating Senior by the Board of Trustees.
Ytasha L. Womack
Ytasha L. Womack is an author, filmmaker, dancer and futurist. Her book Afrofuturism: The World of Black Sci Fi and Fantasy explores
Felicia A. Anderson
Felicia graduated from Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee where she studied Psychology and Studio Art. From her studies, she has
Samein Priester has been passionate about film all of his life, collecting and analyzing all genres. Growing up in Harlem
Stephen Freeman is a digital editor from Chicago, IL. He is a graduate from The Illinois Institute of Art - Chicago. His work includes short films, documentaries and narrative works. In 2014,