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


Interns
Christine Hargraves

Christine Hargraves

Christine Hargraves explores the intersection of art and spirituality. Her art is inspired by the idea that art can more easily embody concepts that are difficult to express in words. She is particularly interested in art as a helpful therapeutic tool as well as a tool for social activist work. She is a graphic designer...
Diego Vergara

Diego Vergara

“Nice to meet you internet person. I’m a retired professional golf player whose long life dream was to be a video game designer. Sadly my mom didn’t believe in television and put me in the golf course at an early age. I believe that its time to pursue my dream and with Elsewhere I hope...
Maggie Flath

Maggie Flath

Maggie grew up in Durham, NC and discovered her love for all things artsy at a young age. A recent graduate from Guilford College, she is ready to bring her joy and creative spirit to the world of elsewhere!
Cortni Quarles

Cortni Quarles

Historical research and information preservation have become Cortni’s passions. She believes Elsewhere explorers the history of humanity in a new refreshing way that allows for the preservation of history and interaction with the past to seamlessly blend. Her goal is to keep places like Elsewhere thriving in hopes that history will be kept relevant for future generations...
Sophie Trauberman

Sophie Trauberman

Sophie Trauberman just sold her machete and skipped town from Portland, Oregon. She is happiest when she is exploring the (she thinks not-so-solid) boundary between institutional organizing//community organizing//life organizing and art-making. Her ~academic~ background is in aesthetics, postmodern social theory, and 20th century american history. Her ~non-academic~ background is in meeting facilitation, event organizing, gamelan...
Abena A. Poku

Abena A. Poku

Abena was born and raised in the urban jungles of Accra, Ghana where she discovered her love of art from her pet monkey Jojo. She currently resides in the arctic tundra of Aurora, New York where she is actively pursuing a B.A. in Visual Arts. Areas of special interest include how museums are reconfiguring traditional modes of...
Kelly Jones

Kelly Jones

  Kelly Jones is terribly fond of manatees, glitter, good stories, and dance parties. She is a North Carolinian who has a tendency to abandon her home state for large chunks of time for the charm and confusion of New Orleans. Kelly switches hats often; she has been a baker, a banker, a bartender, a ghost...
Evelyn Walker

Evelyn Walker

  I think art has something to do with reality, truth, identity, access, misunderstanding, play, thing-hood, and possibly foolishness. There is also tragedy, comedy, and circus. These things sort of crash against each other, like a gyroscope of perception and experience, and whatever there is outside of that. I like to work collaboratively, creating a collective...
Bing Wingfield

Bing Wingfield

Intern, 2007.