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


Inspire Change for a Collaborative Future - Mural Project

Inspire Change for a Collaborative Future – Mural Project

Elsewhere partnered with Darlene McClinton and 12 local artists to create a mural that reflects our community.
EARF - Elsewhere Alumni Relief Fund

EARF – Elsewhere Alumni Relief Fund

The Elsewhere Alumni Relief Fund was conceived to help meet those in highest need, who are falling through the cracks in society’s larger systems. We are currently reaching out to our 500+ alumni to see how we can help.
Seder

Seder

The Radical Seder is Elsewhere’s annual celebration of Passover, the Jewish ritual retelling the ancient tale of slavery, plagues, and liberation from the Book of Exodus (Shemot). As a contemporary adaptation, the event mixes old traditions with Elsewhere’s Jewish legacy, social justice texts, and museum art-ifacts to build a narrative...
Museum Events

Museum Events

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Recent Projects
Dahn Gim

Dahn Gim

  Dahn Gim’s work explores hybridity both in concept and materials. Living abroad as a foreigner since age 10, she finds herself continuously vacillating between the familiar and the unfamiliar, a condition that stems from her personal experience and struggle with her hybridized identity and surrounding. With an experimental curiosity in a range of different media including video, sculpture, and performance, she subverts...
Mia Rollins

Mia Rollins

  Mia Rollins is a homemaker- by which we mean she likes making tiny houses. Her media installation sculptures explore the borders between the physical and virtual, science and magic, and memory and fairytale. Rollins hails from Nashville, TN, and likes to keep a glue gun on her at all times!
Miriam Golomb

Miriam Golomb

  I am an Atlanta based dance/movement artist. I like being creative and helping others. I have a deep appreciation for sacred spaces and timeless objects. I enjoy using movement as a tool to enhance artistic collaborations in dance, fashion, and film. My work explores self care, folklore, sacred geometry, as well the various tools used to establish connection.
Vickie Aravindhan

Vickie Aravindhan

  Vickie Aravindhan is a queer Indian-Chinese Singaporean artist, curator, big eater, and sometimes singer based in Los Angeles exploring the ramifications of assimilation and hybridization as a result of colonial diaspora and the functions of myth as history, codes and truth. She mainly works with, video, installation and sculpture. Never opposed to play, experimenting, dialogue...
Kyla Gilbert

Kyla Gilbert

  Kyla Gilbert’s practice investigates the changeability of matter and the fusion of organic materials and industrial products, in parallel to the human body within its environment. Coming from a background in performance, Kyla is drawn to the intersection between movement, design and building. Her main interest lies in materiality as it relates to domesticity and...
Kayte Terry

Kayte Terry

  Kayte Terry’s work examines the literal and figurative boundaries of the body. Through photography, video, collage, installation and object-making, Kayte unravel issues of illness, memory, dysmorphia, longing and loss. The patchwork of materials she uses form a personal language that speaks to the fuzzy intersection of personal desires and cultural expectations. Kayte studied Art History...
Bennie Allain

Bennie Allain

  Bennie lives in Dawson City, in Canada’s North. Inspired by tole-painted crafts, country decor, fortune-telling, suppers, and community sports, his work is a bumbling attempt to track the evolution of small-time conversations into local myth and legend. He makes collages, assemblages, songs, meals, writes for the local newspaper, and plays hockey with the Dawson City...
JuJu Holton

JuJu Holton

  JuJu creates mixed media installations and participatory performances which investigate Blackness as a construct, resiliency, and Afrofuturistic re-imagining of the world that exists for the world we want. They are the creator of H2afrO, an environmental-healing justice project that seeks to tap into the embodied, emotional, sacred ancestral knowledge and power of water that Black...
Oree Holban

Oree Holban

  Oree Holban is a visual-installation artist, a performer, and a singer-songwriter. He likes to play with words, plasticine, and create childlike-neon-Rock’n’Roll-meditative worlds. His work is very much inspired by nostalgic American 50s of the previous century, Buddhist life and aesthetics in queer present time, and the Fabulous 50s of the 21st Century. He would like...
Abigail Rothman

Abigail Rothman

  Abigail Rothman (b. 1997, Phoenix, Arizona) is a multidisciplinary artist and activist exploring subversion. Her work challenges and critiques tradition within society, art history, and its political and social manifestations. Through digital and physical abstraction pre-existing content is removed from its’ original context, existing as objects and realities the viewer must confront.  Acknowledging and altering...
Thea Cohen

Thea Cohen

  Thea Cohen has a background in mixed media installation with experience working both individually and collaboratively. Her creations utilize various combinations of sculpture, video, animation, puppetry, projection, set, prop, & costume design, and performance. Her methods of fabrication include, but are not limited to: wood, metal, glass, textiles, paper/cardboard, clay, paint, and found objects. Thea...
Mimi Allin

Mimi Allin

  Mimi Allin is a visual artist working with performance, photography and video. She uses her body as a visual territory for knowledge production, healing and exploration. Her practice is based in conceptual, performance art, photography and video. The practice’s conceptual intent seeks to activate a critical commentary on gender, power and human relationships. Allin’s work...