Upcoming

Museum Open Hours

Limited hours:

Friday, April 3 : 6-10pm

Saturday, April 4 : 1-10pm

Thursday, April 9 : 5-10pm

Friday, April 10 : 1-10pm

Saturday, April 11 : 1-10pm

Normal Open Hours resume Wednesday, April 14 : Wed-Sat, 1-10pm

April

April 3 from 6 – 10pm | First Friday Museum Spring Reopening at Elsewhere

April 1, 15, 29 from 6-8pm |  I Don’t Do Boxes Editorial Meetings at Elsewhere

April 8, 22 from 6-8pm | QueerLab Workshops at Elsewhere

April 8 from 7-10pm | 5th Annual Passover Seder

​5​t​h Annual Passover Seder

7pm, Wednesday, April 8, 2015

An intimate 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. Excerpts include Bell Hooks, David ​W​ojnarowicz, Baal Shem Tov, Malcolm X, Susannah Herschel, among others.

Th​e evening ​concludes with a screening and discussion of the Oscar nominated film, 5 Broken Cameras (2011) 94 min​. A deeply personal,​ first-hand account of life and nonviolent resistance in Bil’in, a ​small ​village​ in the West Bank, the work was filmed by Palestinian Emad Burnat​ ​and​ co-directed by​ Israeli Guy Davidi.

$10-25 sliding scale.

Please RSVP to kitchen@goelsewhere.org by Sunday, April​ ​5.

For questions​, please contact George Scheer at wanderingzoo@goelsewhere.org.

April 10 from 7-830pm | South Elm Projects Round Robin

South Elm Projects Round Robin

7:00-8:30pm, April 10, 2015

5-minute artist and neighbor talks at Elsewhere.
Live-stream at goelsewhere.org/tv.

Join the artists commissioned for South Elm Projects and South Elm neighbors for a Round Robin at Elsewhere. Presenters will share 5 minute stories about their work and the neighborhood. The talks will begin at 7pm at Elsewhere (606 S. Elm Street) and the livestream can be accessed at elsewhere.tv.

South Elm Projects is a season of artscaping commissions by 14 national artists and collectives in underutilized alleys and greenspaces in Greensboro’s South Elm neighborhood.

Artists will be onsite at Elsewhere April 10 and 11 to research sites, explore histories, and meet with neighborhood partners.

 

April 23 at 830pm | Thursday Artist Talks

With Alix Pentecost-Farren and Robert Lach

April 30 at 830pm | Thursday Artist Talks

With Agustina Woodgate

 

Ongoing (April – November)

Museum Open | Wed-Sat 1-1opm ($1 / free for members)

Weekly 3-Floor Tours | Saturdays 4pm ($10 / $5 for members)
Artist Talks | Thursdays 8:30pm ($1 / free for members)

Members’ Dinners |  Wednesday through Saturday  7pm ($5 members / $10 non-members), RSVP REQUIRED kitchen@goelsewhere.org