Museum closed for 2015 season. Thanks for a great year!
Will officially re-open our doors in July 2016. For good.
This year seating is limited to 20, so please RSVP ASAP to email@example.com by April 20th. Subject line: Passover.
A $20 admission ticket helps Elsewhere go and grow.
Passover at Elsewhere pairs traditional foods with an untraditional telling of the Passover story. We unfold Passover across the museum’s three floors. Unlike other Seders, we explore the story of Jewish liberation alongside others’ liberation. Excerpts include Bell Hooks, David Wojnarowicz, Baal Shem Tov, Malcolm X, Susannah Herschel among others. Like all other Seders, ours is a retelling of history, a performance of senses, and a meal made and shared with friends.
We miss you. We so miss you. So we can’t help but be open… sorta. Stop by The Yard for a First Friday garden party on Friday, May 6 from 6-10 pm. BYOB!
We’ll do some planting and plotting and playing as the weather warms. So come by and say hi. Our 2016 House(pitality) Coordinator Fhalyshia Orians will be here, too! The Yard is part of the 2015 South Elm Projects, designed, planted, and built by the Greensboro Permaculture Guild and Common Ground. The landscape and permaculture installation emphasizes the collaboration between neighbors in a green space behind the 600 block of South Elm Street.
The South Elm Projects are funded in part by ArtPlace America.
Call for Applications | Creative Retreats, Internships + Curator Positions
Now taking applications for Fall Interns
Winter Internship Program Deadline | September 24
Elsewhere is now accepting applications for 2016 and 2017 opportunities. Find out more and apply online at goelsewhere.org/apply.
Ongoing (Beginning July 2016)
Museum Open | Wed-Sat 1-1opm ($1 / free for members)
Members’ Dinners | Wednesday through Saturday 7pm ($5 members / $10 non-members), RSVP REQUIRED firstname.lastname@example.org