April 8, 2017, “First Friday April 2017News & Record

April 5, 2017, “Pedestrians Dictate Postcards To TrumpTriad City Beat

March 20, 2017, “Greensboro Arts Community Transforming Downtown” WFMY News 2

March 2, 2017, “Building Creative Community: Convening explores arts ecosystems in North Carolina” Kenan Institute for the Arts

March 2, 2017, “Love Letters to GreensboroSynapse Magazine

January 31, 2017, “Elsewhere Applications Due February 11Hyperallergic

January 26, 2017, “Doll Part Art: Visual Feasts Made of Plastic BodiesDirge Magazine

January 13, 2017, “Best-Kept Secrets In The Triad-Elsewhere, a Living MuseumOur State

November 7, 2016, “Editor’s Arts and Culture PicksFlavorpill

October 22, 2016, “‘Hoardiculture’ in Greensboro – 6 decades of stuff inspire artists at ElsewhereThe News & Observer

October 5, 2016, “Black Lives Matter Greensboro holds read-in protestThe Carolinian

September 29, 2016 “Arts perks added to FaithAction ID card” News & Record

September 17, 2016, “Elsewhere” WXII News 12

September 17, 2016, “A Ferris Wheel on South Elm Street” (photo) News & Record

September 14, 2016, “Elsewhere to hold annual extravaganza in downtown Greensboro” Yes! Weekly

September 14, 2016, “Ride a Ferris wheel – on South Elm StreetNews & Record

August 31, 2016, “George ScheerMade in Greensboro

August 26, 2016, “Studio Visit with Cosmo WhyteBurnaway

August 16, 2016, “Decades of Hoarding Begets Decades of Art” WUNC

August 3, 2016, “Action Greensboro announces Spark fund micro-grant recipients” Triad Business Journal

August 1, 2016, “Action Greensboro announces Summer 2016 Spark Fund Micro-Grants Recipients” Action Greensboro

January 26, 2016, “A Thrift Store Becomes a Museum in North Carolina,” Vice Creators Project

January 7, 2016, “Learning Greensboro: Records of Everydayness (Part 3)Hyperallergic

December 22, 2015, “Community BriefsNews & Record

December 22, 2015, “Helping Hands: GrantsNews & Record

December 16, 2015, “Camp Little Hope looks at South Elm through a different lensYes! Weekly

December 18, 2015, “Elsewhere Museum gets $25,000Triad Business Journal

December 9, 2015, “South Elm Projects preserve neighborhood in transition,” Yes! Weekly

December 9, 2015, “The National Endowment for the Arts Funds 16 Art Projects in North Carolina” NC Arts Council

December 8, 2015, “$27 Million Awarded for Arts Projects” National Endowment for the Arts

Spring 2015, “Leftovers / Surplus MeaningCabinet Magazine

October 12, 2015, “Learning Greensboro: Records of Everydayness (Part 2)Hyperallergic

October 11, 2015, “Practicing ‘hoardiculture’ at ElsewhereNews & Record

October 1, 2015, “Grantee Press Roundup 10/1” Artplace America

September 29, 2015, “First Friday: Exhibit features art made from thrift-store findsThe News & Observer

September 25, 2015, “Learning Greensboro: When Personal Life Becomes Public History (Part 1)Hyperallergic

July 21, 2015, “Elsewhere artists to create mobile seating platform, media projectNews & Record

June 23, 2015, “8 things to do with your family this summer1808 Greensboro

June 21, 2015, “Best-Kept Secrets: Greensboro offers relaxed but vibrant day-trip opportunityThe News & Observer

June 12, 2015, “Here Are 11 Museums In North Carolina That Are Just Too Weird For Words” Only In Your State

May 13, 2015, “The Art of Development in GreensboroYes!Weekly

April 28, 2015, “Video: Miami artist talks about hopscotch project in downtown GreensboroNews & Record

April 25, 2015, “Greensboro street’s paint job inspired by childhood gameNews & Record

April 20, 2015, “Elsewhere passes $25,000 goal in Kickstarter fundraising campaignNews & Record

April 10, 2015, “Meet artists at ElsewhereNews & Record

April 7, 2015, “The State of Things – Live in Greensboro 4/14” WUNC

April 2, 2015, “Elsewhere Museum Reopens in Greensboro for 12th Year“, WFMY News 2

April 2, 2015, “Elsewhere selects artists for artscaping projectNews & Record

March 31, 2015, “LGBTQ ZineThe Carolinian

March 11, 2015, “Elsewhere living museum seeks to raise $200,000 for renovationNews & Record

March 9, 2015, “Museum needs cash for restoration projectTriad Business Journal

March 4, 2014, “Reinventing the chocolate printing press” Triad City Beat

January 27, 2015, “Visiting with Stacy Lynn Waddell at Elsewhere in Greensboro” Burnaway.org

January 15, 2015, “Elsewhere (Greensboro, NC)” young-space.com

January 9, 2015, “Tenor Ren Barbera Ethnomusicologist, Andrew_Raffo-Dewar, and the New Winston Museum” WFDD.org

December 30, 2014, “The Triad 100Triad City Beat

December 19, 2014, “Life comes full circle for Hillerbrand & Magsamen” Houston Chronicle

December 13, 2014, “Daydreams on Elm St. forsee creative futureNews&Record

November 19, 2014, “Spatial RelationsYes!Weekly

November 3, 2014, “Smith Gallery presents Southern Constellations” Appalachian State University

October 2, 2014, “Elsewhere transforms into winter wonderland for annual fundraiserNews&Record

September 19, 2014, “Artwork lights up downtown buildingNews&Record

August 27, 2014, “Greensboro buildings to become canvas for interactive artNews&Record

August 17, 2014, “Best Kept Secrets: Off the beaten path between the Triangle and the Triad” News&Observer

June 28, 2014, “Lanzan campaña para aumentar el voto latinoLa Noticia

June 26, 2014, “Elsewhere gets $200,000 to ‘artscape’ downtown Greensboro areasNews&Record

May 14, 2014, “We Went to Elsewhere, an Artist Residency in a Three-Story Thrift Shop” Art F City

March 13, 2014, “Meet the Artist: Composer, Saxophonist, Educator Andrew Raffo Dewar” WFDD.org

December 3, 2013, “Elsewhere” Around Carolina

October 24, 2013, “Find Art in Odd Places downtown Nov. 1 and 2News&Record

July 18, 2013, “Elsewhere’s Southern Constellations Artist-in-Residency Invites Audience to Become Performers” WFDD.org

July, 19, 2013, “Triad Arts Weekend” WFDD.org

July 24, 2013, “Race and Region Crop up Subly in Nikita Gale’s Work” Yes! Weekly

July 13, 2013, “Greensboro’s Elsewhere: A Living Museum and Place for Thought” The Pendulum

April 3, 2013, “Activists Armed with Iphones Learn to Use Storytelling to Their Advantage” Yes! Weekly

March, 19, 2013, “Elsewhere 2013 Season Opens Today” The Carolinian

March 13, 2013, “Elsewhere Collaborative Debuts New Cooking Show at The Scrap Exchange” Indy Week

November 9, 2012, “Elsewhere: Temporary Art Review” Temporary Art Review

June 22, 2012, “Elsewhere Collaborative Recieves $150,000 Grant” The Business Journal

May 11, 2012, “Weird in a Good Way” The National Geographic

April 11, 2012, “Visiting Artist Works With Homeless Day Center” Yes! Weekly

March 20, 2012, “Episode 342: Residency Roundup” Bad At Sports

April 9, 2012, “Alley Behind Elm Street” Greensboro Daily Photo

January 3, 2012, “A Unique Artists’ Organization Exists in the U.S.” Russia 1 TV

December 2011, “A Little Juggling, a Little Dancing” O. Henry Magazine

December 2011, “Elsewhere Living Museum” Fox 8 News

July 2011, “NC Weekend: Elsewhere Living Museum” UNC TV

July 2011, “Elsewhere” US Airways

July 2011, “Taking it to the Streets” News and Record

March 2011, “The Impulsive Traveler: Going green in Greensboro, N.C.”, William Powers

February 2011, “Applying the Law to Creative Enterprises”, Public Law & Leadership course at Elon Law

February 2011, “Alums’ museum highlights creation process”,

[Month] 2010, “Community, Dispersal, and Reciprocity”, Rebecca Dimling Cochran

December 2010, “Elsewhere Collaborative: Community, Dispersal, and Reciprocity”

December 2010, “Gallery Spotlight: Elsewhere Collaborative”

October 2010, “Traveling Menagerie at FLUX 2010”, FLUX

September 2010, “Considering a Commons in Collection at the Elsewhere Collaborative”, Museum 2.0

December 2009, “Greensboro’s Jewish Genes”, Special To The Jewish Week

January 2007, “Elsewhere: Between Art Collaborative and House of Wonder”, Fashion Projects