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Restore Elsewhere

Restore Elsewhere

Elsewhere needs to restore its 100-year old building to make Elsewhere more accessible, safe and sustainable. Since the beginning, we've been fixing up the building bit-by-bit, but now its time to secure our building for years to come. The building restoration will allow Elsewhere to create twelve live-work artist studios,...
South Elm Projects

South Elm Projects

Greensboro, NC (population 277,100) is home to a vibrant, natural occurring cultural district in its South Elm neighborhood. Through South Elm Projects, Elsewhere is creating site-specific activations of four underutilized alleyways and green-spaces throughout the district. These activations will encourage further, naturally occurring development in the neighborhoods adjacent to South...
2015 Artists

2015 Artists

Elsewhere is pleased to announce the artists selected for South Elm Projects commissions, Southern Constellations fellowships, Museum as Instrument special residencies, and The Residency.
Museum as Instrument

Museum as Instrument

A month long special residency bringing a group of Chicago based sound artists to the museum to create a series of new sound works and performances at the museum that turn the building itself into a musical instrument. Shannon Stratton, an Independent Curator and the Director of Threewalls (Chicago) and...
I Don't Do Boxes

I Don’t Do Boxes

I Don’t Do Boxes Issue Three : Act Out Call for Submissions | Deadline May 1st Now seeking submissions from queer youth who are (or aspiring to be) artists, poets, and writers for the third issue of I Don’t Do Boxes, a magazine exploring LGBTQ experience. This issue’s theme is Act Out, which will...
Southern Constellations

Southern Constellations

Now entering its third year, Southern Constellations is a curatorial initiative that supports the creation of experimental new works at the museum and connects contemporary art practices in the south. Funded in-part by the National Endowment for the Arts, the program embeds six fellowship artists into Elsewhere’s artist residency for...
Become a Member

Become a Member

Elsewhere members + sponsors experience the great adventures and mysterious depths of an endlessly changing spectrum of living art. Benefits include a passport guide to Elsewhere, free admissions, special invitations, seasonal members events, public studio access, tax-deductions, and featured thanks in the museum and online. We invite you to join...
Recent Projects
Kelly Jones

Kelly Jones

  Kelly Jones is terribly fond of manatees, glitter, good stories, and dance parties. She is a North Carolinian who has a tendency to abandon her home state for large chunks of time for the charm and confusion of New Orleans. Kelly switches hats often; she has been a baker, a banker, a bartender, a ghost...
Evelyn Walker

Evelyn Walker

  I think art has something to do with reality, truth, identity, access, misunderstanding, play, thing-hood, and possibly foolishness. There is also tragedy, comedy, and circus. These things sort of crash against each other, like a gyroscope of perception and experience, and whatever there is outside of that. I like to work collaboratively, creating a collective...
Jane Claire Remick

Jane Claire Remick

  Using sincere parody, I bring individual meaning to tired tropes and ask audiences to question authenticity in order to generate new ways of seeing, hearing, and experiencing personal, social, and historical events. Creating parallel planes is achieved through unapologetic appropriation of signifiers such as institutional voice and stock images, sociological and archival inquiry, pedagogical techniques...
Operations | Cedric Blue II

Operations | Cedric Blue II

  CEDRIC BLUE II | OPERATIONS CURATOR Cedric was raised in the non-profit world via volunteering and later project managing for The Greensboro Youth Council (via the Greensboro, NC Parks & Recreation Department) and Triad Health Project. After a stint in corporate sales working for FedEx Office in NYC Cedric returned to North Carolina to get back to...
Works Progress Studio

Works Progress Studio

  Works Progress Studio is an artist-led LLC based in the Twin Cities of Minnesota led by wife-husband Collaborative Directors Shanai Matteson and Colin Kloecker. The studio engages an expansive network of artists, scientists, organizers, and other creative people to realize imaginative public projects rooted in place and purpose.  
Chat Travieso

Chat Travieso

  Chat Travieso is an artist, designer, and educator. He creates playful and functional urban interventions that respond to everyday needs and reinforce social bonds. His work has been commissioned by The Architectural League of New York, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, WHEDco, Design Trust for Public Space, NYCDOT, and the Cambridge Arts Council.
Buster Simpson

Buster Simpson

  Buster Simpson has been active as an artist working in the public since the late 1960’s. His work ranges from stand alone sculpture to integrated and/or collaborative works. His work incorporates ecological, historical, social, and technological considerations, contextualizing them into a site specific aesthetic. His art, its medium and product vary, but the methodology and...
Tom Russotti

Tom Russotti

  Tom Russotti runs the Institute for Aesthletics, an organization dedicated to promoting sport as art practice. Tom has performed and exhibited his work at venues such as the Tate Modern Museum, SFMOMA, the Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, Dallas Museum of Art, The Phillips Collection, the Bronx Museum, and the Brooklyn Historical Society. Tom’s work...
Poncili Creacion

Poncili Creacion

  Poncili Creacion is a collective from Puerto Rico that elaborates spectacles and sculptures that imitate and distort the needs of life. Hunger, thirst, birth, death and their transformations encourage poncili creacion to use their bodies and sculptures to lead those in contact with their art in a journey that reflects the self and other possibilities of...
Megan Mosholder

Megan Mosholder

    Megan Mosholder is a conceptual artist who operates in the real-world setting of the social-political landscape through site-responsive, sculptural installations. She is a graduate from the Savannah College of Art and Design and has received numerous awards from institutions such as the Foundation for Contemporary Arts and the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences....
MILAGROS

MILAGROS

  MILAGROS is Felici Asteinza & Joey Fillastre and sometimes others. MILAGROS is mainly based out of New Orleans & Miami. Their work is typically site-specific, with a vibrant and energetic feeling. MILAGROS strives to work hard and play harder in a style based in collaboration, pattern, installation, drawing, and painting.
Heather Hart

Heather Hart

  Heather Hart is based in Brooklyn. She was an artist-in-residence at LMCC, Whitney ISP, shown at The Drawing Center, Seattle Art Museum, the Brooklyn Museum and reviewed in Art in America, NY Times, and Seattle Times. Hart received grants from Joan Mitchell Foundation, Jerome Foundation and her MFA from Rutgers.