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


2016
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Apply

Elsewhere--a living museum, residency and creative laboratory set inside a former thrift store--is accepting applications from artists and researchers working across all media, fields and disciplines for 2016 and 2017. Opportunities include residencies, fellowships, internships, staff positions and creative retreats for students and creative groups.
Elsewhere Goes To Cuba

Elsewhere Goes To Cuba

The Elsewhere brigade traveled to Cuba over the winter holidays with NEEM, a non-profit dedicated to the Cuban agroecological organipónico model. This special travel group explored Cuba’s experimental styles in art and agriculture by meeting with farmers, artists, and cultural leaders for in-depth access to studios, agricultural cooperatives, and arts institutions.
Political Party

Political Party

Elsewhere's third quadrennial Elections Return Spectacular: Tuesday, November 8, 2016, 8 o’clock (doors open at 7pm) until all the seals are broken. Co-Hosted by Elsewhere + Triad City Beat + #BlackLivesMatter: GateCity + Greensboro Project Space (GPS). We're putting the Party back in Politics, with a night of returns coverage and insight on the hilarity,...
Fundraising Extravaganza

Fundraising Extravaganza

Saturday, September 17th, 2016 | 3-Floor Art Party at Elsewhere + Ferris Wheel on Elm Street Elsewhere’s 8th Annual Extravaganza featured the Grand Re-Opening of our Museum with three floors of artworks, music, food, cocktails & performances. We celebrated our re-opening with an all-night art party in the world’s only thrift store turned residency & museum. The Extravaganza also featured...
PICNIC

PICNIC

P.I.C.N.I.C. (Partners In City, Neighbors In Community) promotes community-based development that celebrates creativity in the Triad through a crowdfunding dinner. On First Friday, February 3rd, we broke bread together and voted on proposals from individuals and organizations that engage Creative Action. Congratulations to the winners: Sherrill Roland (1st place- The Jumpsuit Project) + Cherizar Crippen...
Announcing Our 2016/17 Artists-in-Residence

Announcing Our 2016/17 Artists-in-Residence

Here are the 2016/17 Elsewhere artists-in-residence.
Miami Goes Elsewhere

Miami Goes Elsewhere

Six Miami interdisciplinary artists were residents at Elsewhere from June 8th-July 6th, 2016 for a curated fellowship. Elsewhere partnered with select Miami artists and arts leaders to curate this special residency exploring the local ecology of artists and creative practitioners from one of the world's most vibrant scenes.
Foodlab with Tattfoo Tan

Foodlab with Tattfoo Tan

Teaching artist Tattfoo Tan embedded at Rankin Elementary, March 22nd-April 14 for FoodLab 2016. Part of Elsewhere’s collaborative laboratory, we partner teaching artists with a local school to playfully engage students with creative skill building, critical thinking, and doing. In FoodLab, students get hands-on with the culinary arts, food heritage, and healthy eating habits.
I Don't Do Boxes

I Don’t Do Boxes

  I Don’t Do Boxes Now taking submissions! Volume 4: #OUTerSpace As LGBTQ+ folks living in 2016, our human experiences can often feel extraterrestrial. I Don’t Do Boxes, an independent magazine for and by queer youth is seeking submissions for our fourth issue: #OUTerSpace. We’re looking for stories, images, videos, poems, art of all sorts, etc., exploring LGBTQ+ experiences...
QueerLab

QueerLab

  I Don’t Do Boxes 4th Issue: #OUTerSpace is now online.   QueerLab is a youth-led media program exploring LGBTQ experience in North Carolina. Each QueerLab session brings together an editorial team of queer identifying youth to publish I Don’t Do Boxes, and organize workshops focused on creative media production and digital storytelling. This season we focus...
Seder

Seder

Overview 2016 Seder 2015 Seder 2014 Seder Overview Elsewhere’s 7th annual evening of traditional foods with an untraditional telling of the Passover story across the museum’s three floors. Elsewhere’s Seder connects Jewish liberation with historic and contemporary liberation texts. Unlike other Seders, we explore the story of Jewish liberation alongside others’ liberation. Excerpts include Bell Hooks, David Wojnarowicz, Baal Shem Tov, Malcolm...