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


Interns
Luke Hodges

Luke Hodges

Luke Hodges was schooled, publicly, at the University of South Carolina and the Governor’s School for the Arts, where he studied English and Creative Writing. A freelance writer and aspiring film producer, Luke’s interests in creative place-making, queer southeastern narratives, and trans-media storytelling were first kindled as an employee of the Indie Grits Festival in...
Milo Gallagher

Milo Gallagher

Milo Gallagher is a writer, gardener, and artist from the marshlands of South Carolina. They have a BA in Creative Writing from Warren Wilson College, where they concentrated in poetry. They love plants, sewing, reptiles, queer theory, houses (preferably the doll and/or haunted variety), sugar snap peas, and the moon.
Kyle Hazard

Kyle Hazard

  Kyle Hazard is a red headed thinker who loves to learn and work. Having had jobs from being a hay baler to artist’s assistant and reads everything from cognitive research and game theory to Fitzgerald’s short stories. He works to experiment and explore with exhibitions and create information systems that empower the viewer.
Elliot E. Keeley

Elliot E. Keeley

  Here we have Elliot Keeley, who traveled over half this great state to be here. He recently graduated from Appalachian State University, where he studied studio art and art management. His artistic practice focuses on metal, the line between craft and naivety, collecting, and the exploration of more sustainable artistic practices in an increasingly profligate...
Cassidy Frye

Cassidy Frye

  Cassidy Frye is currently a MFA Sculpture candidate at the University of Tennessee. She Received a BFA from Herron school of Art and Design in Indianapolis, Indiana, where she focused her time studying sculpture, printmaking, and trying to solve the mystery of why anyone would build a city surrounded by corn, mystery is still unsolved....
Amelia Nura

Amelia Nura

  Amelia Nura is a senior at UNCG, majoring in Photography and Media Studies. She is an interdisciplinary artist with a curiosity for uncovering psychological and social fabrications of identity and interpersonal relationships. Her fascination with uncovering truth and providing a platform for lives and narratives that are often neglected or misrepresented, manifests itself primarily through...