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


2017
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
Monique van Hinte / Nina Lawina

Monique van Hinte / Nina Lawina

I am a worker in the field of Performing Arts (initiator, director, coach, performer, producer, designer) with a background in movement theatre and devised theatre. Projects are often context driven, and strive for trans-disciplinarity and trans-culturality, ; depending on the work, I collaborate with professionals and/or amateurs from different backgrounds and disciplines. I also currently...
Kirsten Southwell

Kirsten Southwell

Kirsten Southwell is an artist and designer native to Huntersville, NC and based in Chicago, IL. By day, she works as a designer for the Art Institute of Chicago. By night, she is a textile artist, lapidary, gem faceter, and a modern girl who likes to talk about her feelings. Her work is centered around...
Alex Lacey

Alex Lacey

Alex Lacey is a bum-poet from Rock Hill, South Carolina who is telling stories through various mediums including photography, videography, and poetry. Growing up around artists, musicians, and storytellers alike created an interest in documenting individual’s stories and how they fit into the larger context of society. While studying for a degree in Tele-Productions Technology,...
gloria gomez

gloria gomez

Bit of a creator, liar, or some would say a story teller. Aspiring good human and proper collector of yr trash. Art-O-pologist, archivist, poet, collaborator. She is just really into slushies and movies and wants to collaborate w/ you. Leave her a voicemail w/ secrets, lies, or experiences (773) 888-1630 or fill her inbox w/...
Sarah Grace Faulk

Sarah Grace Faulk

Sarah Grace Faulk is an artist, writer, and art historian based in Seattle, WA. She received her BA from the University of Washington in 2017, specializing in contemporary art history & the comparative history of ideas. By manipulating form in writing, social media, and affect, she attempts to seek out/make room for the ineffable. Her...
Susan Hendley

Susan Hendley

Susan Hendley is a visual artist, who has spent the majority of her life roaming the Carolinas. She has a BFA in Studio Art concentrating in ceramics and sculpture, and a BA in Art History. Susan creates (mostly) functional ceramic objects, and has worked for various studios and maker spaces in the southeast. In...
Amy Applegate

Amy Applegate

Amy is a painter, community organizer, and secular humanist from Indianapolis, Indiana. She has spent the past 9 months wandering about the US sleeping in strange places. Amy received her BFA in Painting from Herron School of Art and Design in 2015.
Rimona Law

Rimona Law

Rimona Law thinks the sink is keeping secrets and the pipes are spreading rumors. A scrappy plumber, rookie mechanic, and optimistic carpenter, she makes interactive sculptures that investigate hidden intimacies of water, place, and the body. Reimagining objects and architectures, she seeks to trace lines of material culpability and connection. Law joins Elsewhere as recent graduate of...