Elsewhere is a museum and artist residency set in a 3-floor, former, thrift store. With people and things, we build collaborative futures.


2013
Programs | Emily Ensminger

Programs | Emily Ensminger

EMILY ENSMINGER | PROGRAM CURATOR Emily Ensminger is from Durham, NC and currently serves as Elsewhere’s Program Curator. She attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, graduating with a BA in Visual and Critical studies and is certified as an urban agriculturalist. Emily began her career at Elsewhere as a resident artists in 2012...
Emeritus | Valerie Wiseman

Emeritus | Valerie Wiseman

  VALERIE WISEMAN | COMMUNICATIONS CURATOR (2012-2015) Valerie is an artist and administrator interested in the intersection of public programs and creative fields. She also worked with the North Carolina Entrepreneurship Center at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and holds a BA in Communications & Media and focus in Arts Administration from Goucher College in Baltimore, MD. Valerie...
Rod Northcutt

Rod Northcutt

Rod Northcutt is interested in people—how they live, die, love, fight, screw, eat, drink, share, hoard, isolate, commune, work, make, and think. He was trained in art schools (MFA in Sculpture from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, BFA in Painting & Drawing from the University of North Texas) and he has exhibited internationally, although...
Shannon Stratton

Shannon Stratton

Shannon Stratton is a founder and Executive Director of threewalls, a Chicago based not-for-profit for the presentation of contemporary art and ideas. Established in 2003, threewalls has grown from a start-up exhibition space to a vital visual arts organization supporting contemporary art through solo exhibitions, residencies, grants, publications, conferences and commissioning programs. With Green Lantern Press she founded...
Daniel Dean

Daniel Dean

Daniel Dean often instigates collaborative projects that address site-specificity, spatial relationships and our engagement with media and technology. He produces sculpture, video and public art projects that challenge expectations while re-imagining value and exchange systems, personal experience, participation, and our relationship to things. He has exhibited and performed his work at: the Bakken Museum, Minneapolis; the Weisman...
Jude + Brendan Griebel

Jude + Brendan Griebel

Brendan is an Arctic archaeologist and cultural anthropologist based in Nunavut, Canada. His work focuses on the documentation and reconstruction of traditional technologies through land-based workshops and the recording of community memories. Brendan has a PhD in Anthropology, and his current research investigates the tangled lives of humans and objects through recourse to such items...
Athena Kokoronis

Athena Kokoronis

Athena Kokoronis is a cross-disciplinary performing artist based in NYC whose works are often participatory and mix food and dance, to better understand connections between history, appetite, and movement in society.  Her works are performances and are often collaborative and research-based. Recent performances have been presented in New York City at the Judson Church, Flea Theater,...
Sophie Holstein

Sophie Holstein

Sophie Holstein is interested in the emotional and spiritual side of how people experience each other. Her work reflects her experiences with and observations of people. The figure is the primary subject in her work and is mostly depicted as a gestural silhouette, painted intuitively and fast. Although her inspirations are derived from reality, my paintings and drawings...
Jillian Mayer - Southern Constellations Fellow

Jillian Mayer – Southern Constellations Fellow

Jillian Mayer steeps her artistic practice in the verisimilitude of a generation that came of age in the 1980s. Mayer calls upon drawing, photography, video, online platforms, installation, and performance to enact scenarios of apathy, dysfunction, and disillusionment. Indoctrinated into expectations of upward mobility, instant gratification, and the succinct finesse of a television sitcom and...
Anna Barker

Anna Barker

Anna Barker hails from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and is thrilled to be back in her home state! After attending high school at Durham School of the Arts, along with multiple intensives at North Carolina School of the Arts and the American Dance Festival, she went on to graduate from Temple University’s BFA program in...
Rosalynn + Adam Rothstein

Rosalynn + Adam Rothstein

We, Adam and Rosalynn Rothstein, are a human partnership in which artistic and conceptual interests merged to a cohesive narrative from what, to us, seemed to be two disparate backgrounds. Much of Rosalynn’s current influence comes from practicing Sogetsu Ikebana–the Japanese art of flower arranging. The founder of the Sogetsu School, Sofu Teshigahara, did not...
Katie Ford

Katie Ford

Katie Ford is a visual artist currently based in Pittsburgh, PA. Her work grows out of print techniques to incorporate objects and installations that dig into the relationships we build with and within the places we inhabit. She is intrigued by the age of exploration, improbable landscapes, and place as metaphor. Katie has exhibited nationally in...