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Sports of All Sorts : Annual Extravaganza

Sports of All Sorts : Annual Extravaganza

SPORTS OF ALL SORTS Saturday, October 17 from 8pm-2am at Elsewhere Save the Date for Elsewhere’s 7th Annual Fundraising Extravaganza on October 17, 2015. Featuring three floors of artworks, installations, music, performances, and sports of all sorts created by artists from across the globe. With tailgating delights and thirst-quenching libations to keep you...
Museum as Instrument

Museum as Instrument

A month-long residency brings 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. The residency is curated by Shannon Stratton, Chief Curator of The Museum of Arts and...
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...
I Don't Do Boxes

I Don’t Do Boxes

I Don’t Do Boxes Issue Three : Act Out I Don’t Do Boxes is a magazine exploring LGBTQ+ experience. Each issue is edited by a team of queer-identifying youth and published at Elsewhere, a living museum set inside a former thrift store in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina. I Don’t Do Boxes is...
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.
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
Coco Spadoni

Coco Spadoni

  Coco Spadoni is an interdisciplinary artist and educator who floated over to Elsewhere Museum from Bellingham, WA. They recently completed a B.A. in Cultivating Community Activism through Art with a minor in Education and Social Justice. And now that they have a little room to breathe from structured academia they are excited to continue projects...
Ava Lonergan

Ava Lonergan

  Ava recently graduated from the University of Virginia – studied studio art/photography – she’s is interested in book arts, printmaking, textiles, quilting and embroidery.  She is hoping to improve her storytelling skills during her time here at Elsewhere!
Anna Kohlweis

Anna Kohlweis

  Anna Kohlweis, also known as Squalloscope, is a multi media artist, songwriter, illustrator, and music producer. She was born and raised in Klagenfurt, Austria, and spent the last ten years living in Vienna. She is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and is interested in the expansion of reality through fiction, puns,...
Kayla Anderson

Kayla Anderson

  Kayla Anderson is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, organizer, and human being based in Chicago, IL. Using a playful approach to methods of excavation, her work engages with cultural artifacts of the past in order to propose parallel worlds. Through installations involving video, sculpture, and found objects she challenges perceived boundaries between subject, object, and image....
Cuteness | Mica

Cuteness | Mica

  MICA DONNA POCKET PENELOPE | CUTENESS CURATOR Mica works with Mitch in a good cop/bad cop type of way; you know she’s the bad cop. Incidentally, she despises ‘cute’ art and would rather listen to noise. Catch her around town as DJ Furmica.
Folk Festival After Party

Folk Festival After Party

NATIONAL FOLK FESTIVAL | AFTER PARTY Friday, September 11 from 10pm to 2am at Elsewhere – 606 S. Elm Street, Greensboro, NC A  spirited night of fast and loose old time music and a rowdy square dance with performances by the Five Point Rounders and Laura Jane Vincent. $10. Tickets available online and at the door.     online  
Southern Constellations Convergence

Southern Constellations Convergence

A day-long makers summit for artists, curators, gallerists, thinkers, friends, discussing critical issues affecting artist-run spaces and initiatives in North Carolina and our opportunities for developing better networks and resources for mutual support. It is the capstone event for Elsewhere’s Southern Constellations Curatorial Initiative, which seeks to expand and support the creation of experimental art...
Untitled (Khora Study #5)

Untitled (Khora Study #5)

  Untitled (Khora Study #5) Meredith, Kooi, Atlanta, GA Three single-channel videos and digital audio   For Untitled (Khora Study #5), Kooi recorded both video of the glass forest installation and audio signals picked up from these recordings by electromagnetic induction microphone.  She then projected these recordings back into the installation, for a one night event that thickened the...
Doorbells

Doorbells

  Doorbells, Jeff Kolar, Chicago, IL Doorbell and recorded album of original organ compositions.   After playing and exploring the sound of Elsewhere’s vintage Yamaha organ over the course of two weeks, Jeff Kolar created an album of 12 songs that represent a deep exploration of the instrument. Visitors to the museum can play and listen to tracks...
Pepsi Mountain State Park

Pepsi Mountain State Park

    Pepsi Mountain State Park, David More, Richmond, VA Digital file, USB, Toyshark.   Pepsi Mountain State Park is a video game study that combines images of distorted fragments from the museum’s environment into an alternate universe. The sound elements included in the study are a compilation of More’s experimental recordings over the course of his residency, produced through...
The Urban Gray Ballroom

The Urban Gray Ballroom

  Urban Gray Ballroom Troy Briggs, Jon Brumit, Joe Jeffers, Jeff Kolar, Meredith Kooi, Michael Milano, David More and Shannon Stratton.   The Urban Gray Ballroom is a street-side staircase theater equipped with a sound system and custom console that includes inputs for the museum’s organ, a Werkstatt-01 synthesizer donated by Moog, as well as a handmade radio transmitter...
Lottie Yost

Lottie Yost

  Born in Pittsburgh, Lottie has been residing in the gentle mountains of western North Carolina for the past five years occupying herself with printmaking, costume sewing, vegetable growing, chocolate selling, bike riding, and, most recently, wood carving. Cooking, plants, birds, insects, critters, and people make her very happy.