Antoine Williams, They Believe In Unicorns, Southern Constellations Fellow 2016, surplus WW II military tents, wood, thread.
Elsewhere’s 5th annual Southern Constellation Convergence
A day of critical discussions on arts organizing and experimental practices in North Carolina. This year we’ve partnered with The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University and The Kenan Institute for the Arts to explore...
Southern Constellations offers six paid residency fellowships to artists born or based in the Southern United States. Artists with sophisticated practice, socially, and critically engaged work, and commitment to their city or region are encouraged to apply. Fellows participate in as a residency cohort with five other SOCO artists for 4 weeks to create new,...
Lee’s work explores animal protagonists and the emotional spaces and physical landscapes where humans and animals co-habitate. Circulatory systems, ecological processes and ideas of flow, immersion, and convergence inform much of her work.
Lee Deigaard graduated from Yale University with a major in fine arts and earned graduate degrees from the University of Michigan School of...
Wednesday, July 24,2013
RACE AND REGION CROP UP SUBTLY IN NIKITA GALE’S WORK
By Jordan Green
The heat and humidity were suffocating, and the precipitation lay heavy over the city threatening to break into one of this summer’s frequent downpours.
Nikita Gale, a visiting conceptual artist-in-residence from Atlanta huddled with Neil Belenky making small talk at the Elsewhere art...
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Greensboro, NC is a burgeoning city in the center of North Carolina about three hours from the mountains and three hours from the coast. When we first arrived in Greensboro, we were one of few transient passer-bys on a Friday night, walking fisher price snoopy dogs down empty streets. Now, our toy dogs...
February 23, 2011
Most museums tell its patrons “hands off” — but two Penn alumni think otherwise.
2003 College graduates George Scheer and Stephanie Sherman are the founders of Elsewhere Collaborative, a living art museum in Greensboro, N.C., that actively encourages its guests to touch everything and anything they please.
Scheer, a communication major in his time at...