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


Interns
Aurora San Miguel

Aurora San Miguel

Aurora San Miguel uses the title of artist to wear many hats (poet, theorist, archivist, publisher, screenwriter, filmmaker, sculptor, party planner, proprietor, etc.). She is concerned with ZOOM (dilation, exposing in literal and metaphoric ways–intensities). She received a BFA in Photomedia and a BA in Cinema & Media Studies at the University of Washington in 2018. Aurora...
Avery Rose

Avery Rose

Avery Rose is a 3rd generation dumpster diver currently based wherever her car is parked. She has a BFA in painting and 4 years of professional experience in furniture, upholstery, and restoration related fields. She likes to explore color, shape, and line through tattooing, textile work, painting on unconventional surfaces, collecting natural and discarded objects,...
Nadia Ahmed

Nadia Ahmed

Nadia Ahmed is a slow-reader, movie snob, and insomniac. She is also a performance artist, sculptor, and arts administrator currently based in Seattle, WA. She is interested in showing vulnerability as strength and exploring her perpetual discomfort through her work. After she leaves Elsewhere, she looks forward to creating inclusive, accessible, and collaborative art spaces. She can...
Chee Earn Khor

Chee Earn Khor

  Chee Earn Khor is a multidisciplinary artist who grew up in Malaysia. In the attempts of manifesting awareness from one body to another, she utilizes sculptures, installations, and performance to ponder, document and distort relatable human experiences. Personal narratives, observations of cultural signifiers, along with a tablespoon of curiosity and a dash of humor currently...
Anna Bonesteel

Anna Bonesteel

  Anna Bonesteel graduated this June with an estimable training in the canonical arts. [S/he thinks at eight percent irony.] Anna was briefly enrolled at Brown University and studied at RISD’s European Honors Program in Rome. S/he currently reads predominantly fiction, much of it in translation from the French (?). An interest in soft systems animates...
Andrew Gelwick

Andrew Gelwick

Andrew Gelwick is fresh out of school having received a degree in business and arts administration. They also make art, usually with paper, and Gelwick’s work deals with exploring narratives inspired by their use of vintage materials. Andrew’s process involves estate sales, thrift stores, and a large, ever growing, personal collection of photographs, unique magazines,...
Imani Thomas

Imani Thomas

Imani Thomas is a filmmaker & photographer currently based in the Triad. As a kid she thought there were people in her air vents and would tell them stories. Much to the thrill of her family, she decided to pursue visual storytelling and not things that were expected of kids who talked to walls. Imani...
Caitlin McCuskey

Caitlin McCuskey

Once, Caitlin spent three weeks on a farm as pest control, attempting to reduce the overwhelming population of “potato bugs” (Leptinotarsa decemlineata) by hand. She couldn’t ever seem to let go of this experience. Contact at caitlin.mccuskey@gmail.com
Josie Vogel

Josie Vogel

Josie Vogel is a born and raised Jersey girl turned nomad, with an interest in all things sculptural, particularly when they can be climbed. She comes to Elsewhere after a four-year stay in Baltimore, Maryland–where she earned her BFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA)–and a brief stint in Hudson, New York, where...
Benjamin Poulos

Benjamin Poulos

Benjamin Poulos works with film, animation, illustration, live action, and cartoons–sometimes all thrown together in a mish-mashed piece. His art-making focuses on relationships between individuals, groups, and media. Through these combinations, he fashions new realities; both visually constructed realities and stories of realities created through perception. He creates stories about tiny animals, serial monogamists, and...
Bailey Roper

Bailey Roper

Bailey Roper is a recent graduate from University of the Arts where they received a BFA in Acting. They are primarily interested in movement based performance that provokes social change. This work ranges from divisive mime, to performance installations, to a self-composed form of comedy entitled “poop feminism.” On the side Bailey enjoys denim, glitter,...
Hannah Bartman

Hannah Bartman

Pictured above is Hannah Bartman, a recent studio art graduate from Whitman College located in the transcontinental lands of Walla Walla, Washington. When she is not searching for ghost towns or trying to find and make friends with the elusive Big Foot, Hannah makes art installations and site-specific works pondering the big ideas of collective...