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


2016
Restore Elsewhere

Restore Elsewhere

Elsewhere is restoring its 100-year old building to make the museum more accessible, safe and sustainable. Since the beginning, we've been fixing up the building bit-by-bit, but now its time to secure our building for years to come. Restoring Elsewhere creates twelve live-work artist studios, year-round programming and museum operations, and three-floor public museum access....
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 Issue 5: OutLaws is out now!

This year’s theme for the 5th edition of the magazine and workshops is OutLaws-- for those whose identities have been criminalized or erased altogether. This issue focuses on queer liberation and individual transformation and explores the existence of the gender spectrum.
Those The Sun Has Loved

Those The Sun Has Loved

Those The Sun Has Loved, Juana Valdes (Miami FL) Miami Goes Elsewhere. June 2016. Appliquéd images printed on fabric, thread, documented oral histories. Those The Sun Has Loved is a photo-based and oral history documentary project capturing Elsewhere’s institutional transition during a historic restoration that brought the building up to code, architecturally transforming it into truly livable space for future...
Black Lights Matter

Black Lights Matter

  Ayo Janeen Jackson (New York, NY) October 2016. Publication documentation. Durational performance, florescent black light paint, museum collection tables and chairs. In Black Lights Matter, Jackson aims to grant agency to her own black, female body utilizing techniques inspired by Yves Klein’s use of the human body as a primary medium. Jackson coated her body in black-light paint and...