Elsewhere makes every effort to accommodate visitors and artists with disabilities, but our historic building in Downtown Greensboro has certain limitations. 

The first floor of the museum (including main studios, public and community spaces, kitchen, convertible residential living space) is accessible to all and ADA** compliant. We do not currently have an elevator; therefore the second and third floors are not accessible to everyone.

Getting ready to #GoElsewhere? Visit our visual, step-by-step Social Narrative– made especially for folks who fit within the Autism Spectrum.

Museum Visitors:

  • The first floor has handicap accessible bathrooms, aisles, entries, and exit-ways.
  • Primary museum exhibitions and event programming exist on the first floor.



  • Applicants can optionally note their access needs on the residency application. This information does not go into their applicant review.
  • We work with our board and community members to provide accessible housing if artists with special needs can’t live on-site.
  • In 2015, a commissioned artist who is visually impaired had an assistant during his residency to assist with needs and was provided a tailored orientation to Elsewhere upon arrival.
  • All fellowship artists installing work in the second or third floors are asked to create an addendum on the first floor during exhibitions.
  • All artists-in-residence are provided with an Equity Orientation document and asked to sign a Community Guidelines Agreement.

For questions or concerns regarding accessibility, please contact Emily Ensminger, Program Curator at production@goelsewhere.org or at 336.907.3271.

**Elsewhere’s policy regarding the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA):

It is Elsewhere’s policy to not discriminate qualified individuals with disabilities and to provide accommodations as required by law to qualified applicants who wish to work with us and artists/interns/curators/volunteers who currently work with us. You may need to indicate your access needs and/or nature of the disability and limitations with respect to the claimed disability. Your contact for questions or to request accommodation for a disability is Elsewhere’s Program Curator Emily Ensminger. Please let us know what adjustment or change you are requesting so that we may consider all alternatives for reasonable accommodation. 

Elsewhere believes accessibility to be a fundamental part of its mission and vision, and does not allow discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identity, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability or any other reason prohibited by law. This policy applies to all visitors, artists, interns, curators, volunteers, employees, and applicants.

Braille, handicap, + gender-inclusive restroom sign by Deconstruct.