OVERVIEW

 

Exchange residencies are dedicated to exploring emerging local ecologies of contemporary art production in key metropols. 2015 highlighted Chicago, 2016 focused on Miami and for 2017 we are looking to Baltimore.

The program offers six fellowships (room/board/travel/$1000 honorarium) to artists based in the chosen city to participate in an Elsewhere Residency, creating site-specific projects in or around Elsewhere’s 100-year-old building.

The program also serves as an incubator for collaborative creation and critical, experimental artwork, while building networks among a common field of alternative artists and arts organizations.

UPCOMING FELLOWS

BALTIMORE GOES ELSEWHERE | 8.8 – 9.5.2017

Elsewhere seeks to curate a dynamic, interdisciplinary artist experience that will generate collaborative formations among local artists from Baltimore and build connectivity between our two cities. The program offers fellowships to six Baltimore artists to participate in an Elsewhere residency session. Our 2017 Fellows, selected through a robust nomination and review process, are:

Antonio McAfee

April Camlin

Shan Wallace

Beau Vasseur

Gina Denton

Hamida Khatri

PAST FELLOWS

2016 | MIAMI GOES ELSEWHERE 


Juana Valdes

Project: Those the Sun Has Loved

Emma Rosenberg

Project: A Meditation on Scatology

Pioneer Winter

Project: A Love to Last 13 Hours

Jesse Laino

Project: 4MIL and Catch

Matthew Evan Taylor

Project: In Living Memory

Patricia Margarita Hernandez

Project: Once Again The World is Flat and Moved to Motion

2015 | CHICAGO GOES ELSEWHERE 

Troy Briggs

John Brumit

Michael Milano

David More

Jeff Kolar

Meredith Kooi

APPLY

Fellowships are primarily based on nominations from a field of arts professionals. Elsewhere solicits nominations from a group of over 30 artists, curators, collectors, and university educators in an effort to build an expanded regional network of experimental practitioners, and foster an exciting cohort of exceptional artists.

Elsewhere is seeking artists with sophisticated, socially and critically engaged work, and commitment to their city or region. A residency at Elsewhere is an uncommon experience. We are specifically looking for artists who connect with our mission by demonstrating experimentation, aesthetic adventure and radical practices or for which our residency would be meaningful. Elsewhere seeks to curate a diverse cohort in terms of geography, race, identity, and media.

To Apply, Click Here.