Ja’Bowen Dixon

Ja'Bowen Dixon is a performance and visual artist based out of Chicago, IL. Since the age of 6, Ja'Bowen has been studying and performing the arts/disciplines of dance, acting, music, writing, and design. He has been most publicly noted for being a founding and principle member of the world renowned tap dance company M.A.D.D. Rhythms, since its creation in 2001.  Through Ja’Bowen’s work with M.A.D.D. Rhythms, he has had the opportunity to learn from, study and perform with tap greats of various generations. As a tap dancer, Ja’Bowen has performed at various venues across the United States, and for a wide array of events, including; halftime for the Chicago bulls, featured roles in major motion picture films, national and international television spots and many more. Currently, Ja'Bowen has re-directed his focus back to being an inter-disciplinary artist, coupled with a new intention for his works to be a vital instrument in helping to elevate the collective consciousness, by entertaining, educating and/or inspiring audiences worldwide, with his art. As Ja'Bowen takes his many years of training and experience and expands beyond just tap dance, and back into other art forms, he is poised to parlay his already successful career as a tap dancer into even bigger success as an interdisciplinary artist.