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


2020 Announcement

2020 Announcement

Elsewhere will host 50+ artists and a suite of programs fueling the new decade with the spirit of collaboration and creativity! Click here to see the full line up .............................................................. .................................................................................................................................... Elsewhere will host 50+ artists and a suite of programs fueling the new decade with the spirit of collaboration and creativity!...
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Recent Projects
Charis Fleshner

Charis Fleshner

  Charis Fleshner is a mixed media visual artist who calls Colorado home, along with Goober cat, the best and worst studio assistant ever. Charis was accepted into University of New Mexico’s MFA program under painting and drawing but rebelled against categorization and fell in love with soft sculpture there instead. She is inspired by the...
Cara Hagan

Cara Hagan

  Cara Hagan is a mover, maker, writer, curator, champion of just communities, and a dreamer. She believes in the power of art to upend the laws of time and physics. In her work, no object or outcome is sacred; but the ritual to get there, is.    
Richie Moreno

Richie Moreno

  Richie Moreno is an emerging artist from Miami, Florida. He creates sculptural work which is then used in sound performances in the hopes of finding magic. As a guitarist and artist he’s interested in distortion, how things can get bent, warped, and stretched inside the mind to build meaning, and moments of heightened awareness.    
Sophie March

Sophie March

  Sophie is a poet and collage artist currently living in Portland, Oregon. They like to cook meals with friends and bike over bridges; they are afraid of forgetting these things, and so they write them down so that they can remember. Their poems are ultimately gestures towards remembrance, embodiment, and wholeness.    
Chris "The Health Hippie" Omni, MPH

Chris “The Health Hippie” Omni, MPH

  Chris Omni, MPH, affectionately known as The Health Hippie, is a multi-disciplinary, award-winning entrepreneur, scholar, and artist who exclusively and unapologetically focuses on the health and wellbeing of Black women. Chris’s life is woven in between the words of Audre Lorde, “Pain is important: how we evade it, how we succumb to it, how we...
John-Mark Daniel

John-Mark Daniel

  John-Mark Daniel is a community artist and educator from Eden, North Carolina and he is currently based out of Durham, NC. He received his BA in Community Art and Spanish in 2019. He works in a number of two-dimensional media such as paint, collage, and fibers. He enjoys art making most when it is collaborative,...
Zach Whitworth

Zach Whitworth

  Zach Whitworth (b. 1996) is a scholar, art worker, and educator from southern Oregon, USA. He studies ecology, networks, information, and some other things. He likes books, conversations, long walks, and skipping rocks.    
Nicole Asselin

Nicole Asselin

  Nicole Asselin is a textile artist and educator based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Her work explores the intersection of craft, technology and the natural world. Asselin’s practice is narrative, telling the story of an object or material and its potential, both real and imagined. Her work utilizes magnification, abstraction, hyper-local material, and a hybrid digital/analog...
Anne Wu

Anne Wu

  Anne Wu is an established exhibiting artist working out of northern New Mexico. Curiosity inspires her to explore a variety of media and techniques to create dimensional objects and installations. The last decade has been spent primarily in cutting perfectly good pieces of fabric into very tiny pieces and sewing them back together.    
Elicia Epstein

Elicia Epstein

  In her practice, Elicia Epstein works across a variety of media, from sculpture and installation, to documentary photography and video, publication and collage. The objects and experiences Elicia creates serve as visual, physical and spiritual interventions. Whimsy and “nonsense” are essential to Elicia’s life and art practice; as a practicing Jewitch, magic and art are...
Sareh Imani

Sareh Imani

  Sareh Imani is an Iranian-born artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Imani received an MFA in Painting from the University of Tehran and an MFA from the Parsons School of Design in New York. Her interdisciplinary work incorporates video installation, sculpture, and performance, through which she explores the reparative potentials of art...
Piero Passacantando

Piero Passacantando

Piero Passacantando (b. 1979 in Rome, Italy) is an interdisciplinary artist. His work combines painting, food, music, photography and participatory workshops focusing on dialogue, conviviality, and empathy. In addition, for the past 8 years, while he has been actively working as an artist, Piero has also delivering training and elbow-to-elbow support for healthcare software, specializing...