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


Seder

Seder

Elsewhere's 7th annual 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. Reserve your spot by Wednesday, April 12th here.
Elsewhere Goes To Cuba

Elsewhere Goes To Cuba

The Elsewhere brigade traveled to Cuba over the winter holidays with NEEM, a non-profit dedicated to the Cuban agroecological organipónico model. This special travel group explored Cuba’s experimental styles in art and agriculture by meeting with farmers, artists, and cultural leaders for in-depth access to studios, agricultural cooperatives, and arts...
Fundraising Extravaganza

Fundraising Extravaganza

2017 | TBA 2016 | REVOLVE 2017 | TBA SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, October 28th, 2017 | 3-Floor Art Party Elsewhere’s 9th Annual Extravaganza features three floors of artworks, music, food, cocktails & performances. We will celebrate our fantastic season (every year) with an all-night fundraising, art party in the world’s only thrift store turned residency &...
PICNIC

PICNIC

P.I.C.N.I.C. (Partners In City, Neighbors In Community) promotes community-based development that celebrates creativity in the Triad through a crowdfunding dinner. On First Friday, February 3rd, we broke bread together and voted on proposals from individuals and organizations that engage Creative Action. Congratulations to the winners: Sherrill Roland (1st place- The...
Become a Member

Become a Member

Elsewhere members + sponsors experience the great adventures and mysterious depths of an endlessly changing spectrum of living art. Benefits include a passport guide to Elsewhere, free admissions, special invitations, seasonal members events, public studio access, tax-deductions, and featured thanks in the museum and online. We invite you to join...
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...
Recent Projects
Eve Goodby

Eve Goodby

Surrounded by the quiet countryside of Yorkshire, Eve Goodby grew up in Cottingham in England. After studying at Michigan University and Loughborough University, she graduated with a BA in Graphic Communications. Eve currently resides in Greensboro occupying herself with painting, bike riding, swimming and drinking a lot of tea. Eve loves color, painting and traveling....
Cecelia Kyoko

Cecelia Kyoko

Cecelia Kyoko is an interdisciplinary artist, activist, and writer from Houston, Texas. In addition to being an artist, they also read tarot and astrological charts professionally. They make zines about identity politics and queerness, create experimental performances centered around the digital experience and queer technoscience, and organize activist dance parties. In their spare time, they like...
Andrea Jacobs

Andrea Jacobs

    Andy Jacobs is a visual artist from St. Paul, Minnesota, who recently graduated from Pacific Northwest College of Arts in Portland, Oregon. Playing with the mixed mediums of drawing, printmaking, sewing, and poetry she explores the natural environment and ‘what it means to be alive in this body’ through crafting visual metaphors. Often using her own body...
Coco Spencer

Coco Spencer

Coco is not a big fan of artist statements. Her favorite movie of all time is Space Jam, starring Bugs Bunny and Michael Jordan.
Seth Ferris

Seth Ferris

Seth Ferris is an artist and designer working across disciplines to critique power visible in urban infrastructure, finance, and cultural production. Using a variety of mediums his work forms a constellation of experimental lectures, media installations, software development and typography. He is currently a MFA candidate at the University of California at San Diego where...
Christine Rebhuhn

Christine Rebhuhn

Christine Rebhuhn earned an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2015 and a BA from Kalamazoo College in 2011. Her work considers the way that objects overlap, stretching a line of visual connection across disparate things. She brings together found, handcrafted and industrially fabricated objects that come from mundane American life, lifted away from...
anique vered

anique vered

anique vered is an artist-researcher working across affect theory, process philosophy, alter-economies and social practice. Aside from an ever-present penchant to a wild openness (yes, you are welcome to read that as an invitation for riotous yet sensitive conversation), she is currently interested in new social and economic forms and organizational gestures based on post-structuralist,...
Ayo Jackson

Ayo Jackson

Ayo Janeen Jackson is a candidate for an MFA in Performance Art at School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2018). She received her BFA at North Carolina School of the Arts and is a former member of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, Ballet Preljocaj, and the original cast of Spider-Man on Broadway. Jackson received a...
Josie Vogel

Josie Vogel

Josie Vogel is a born and raised Jersey girl turned nomad, with an interest in all things sculptural, particularly when they can be climbed. She comes to Elsewhere after a four-year stay in Baltimore, Maryland–where she earned her BFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA)–and a brief stint in Hudson, New York, where...
Benjamin Poulos

Benjamin Poulos

Benjamin Poulos works with film, animation, illustration, live action, and cartoons–sometimes all thrown together in a mish-mashed piece. His art-making focuses on relationships between individuals, groups, and media. Through these combinations, he fashions new realities; both visually constructed realities and stories of realities created through perception. He creates stories about tiny animals, serial monogamists, and...
Bailey Roper

Bailey Roper

Bailey Roper is a recent graduate from University of the Arts where they received a BFA in Acting. They are primarily interested in movement based performance that provokes social change. This work ranges from divisive mime, to performance installations, to a self-composed form of comedy entitled “poop feminism.” On the side Bailey enjoys denim, glitter,...
Hannah Bartman

Hannah Bartman

Pictured above is Hannah Bartman, a recent studio art graduate from Whitman College located in the transcontinental lands of Walla Walla, Washington. When she is not searching for ghost towns or trying to find and make friends with the elusive Big Foot, Hannah makes art installations and site-specific works pondering the big ideas of collective...