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 our family of local and...
The catalog of the Living Library is taking shape!
Experience installations, performances, and works in progress by resident artists Laura Elayne Miller, Guadalupe Martinez, Emilio Rojas, Erin Johnson + Kari Marboe, and Shannon Stratton. Also – join Elsewhere at the Beloved Community Center to celebrate its premiere First Friday event with games like Super Wheely Bouncy Ball, an interactive community confessional booth, and surrey bike...
The Living Library is a public studio for storytelling, book arts, screen printing, experimental publishing, and live radio broadcast to Elsewhere’s thrift-store turned living museum. The Library contains more than 3000 titles, and brings together Elsewhere’s international artists-in-residence and Greensboro to use this collection of vintage and thrift books for reading and resource, offering a comfortable...
Elsewhere offers playshops for publics and school groups that explore new ways to learn, create and imagine at Elsewhere. Each session explores the history of things, collaboration and play through creative interactions and investigations. Playshops are learning opportunities for kids of all ages and lifelong learners.
Playshops are on the 1st Saturday of every month. $5...
A considered view alternative life design across generations.
Curated by permaculturist Charlie Headington in conversation with artist Mark Dixon, Liz Seymour (Interative Resource Center), Alan Brilliant (Glenwood Coffee and Books), and Saralee Gallien (Food not Bombs).
July 8, 2011
A conversation about costumes and social contexts. Curated by Elsewhere Scholar-in-Residence Samantha Coles (Graduate, UNC-CH, Costume Production) with Jade Bettin, (Professor of Costume History, UNC-CH).
April 8, 2011
Artist J. Morgan Puett shares her experimental practices in art, fashion and Mildred’s Lane, an ‘art-life complexity’ on 92+ acres in Pennsylvania.
May 13, 2011
A conversation with Action Greensboro about sustainable futures, Greensboro and the new Greenway. Curated by Patrick Lucas (Professor of Interior Architecture, UNC-G) and in conversation with Xandra Eden (Curator of Exhibitions, Weatherspoon Art Museum), Benjamin Filene (Director of Public History, UNC-G), and Selima Sultana (Professor of Geography, UNC-G).
September 9, 2011
A radical discussion about performance, politics and human agencies.
Curated by Tony Perucci (Professor of Communication Studies, UNC-CH), with Nina Billone Prieur (Professor of Theatre Studies, Duke University), Sarah Cervenak, (Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and African American Studies, UNC-G)
October 14, 2011
An interdisciplinary view on regional health practices. Curated by Carol Strohecker, (Director, Center for Design Innovation) with Louise Allen (Professor of Biology, Salem College), Matt Gymer (Director of Innovation, Novant Health), Nick Hristov (Professor of Life Sciences, Winston-Salem State University) Tony McGee (Executive Director, Stokes County Organization for Revitalizing the Economy).