Heidi installs her antenna with the help of Cyrus onto Elsewhere’s roof! Data collection time.
an elaborate house question this week; who would you be in the CITY?
Submissions for I Don’t Do Boxes, online and print magazine, was extended until April 21st. Please don’t miss out, we look forward to seeing your music, art and stories!
house meeting! what’s your favorite birthday treat?
Wednesday, April 9, 2014 - More than 15 editors from across the Triad area attended the first “I Don’t Do Boxes” Editorial Team meeting of the 2014 season at Elsewhere in Greensboro. Using media as an icebreaker, team members shared publications and influential artist works, discussed current trends in queer media, and imagined what the purpose of the magazine could be. After reviewing the first batch of submissions, the group brainstormed further outreach and new design ideas for the second issue launching June 6 (submission deadline April 21). Learn more about getting involved and submitting your work for the magazine and mixed tape at http://goelsewhere.org/queerlab and http://idontdoboxes.org.
The great jam / jelly / marmalade / preserve debate. What about chutney? And compote?
Today we take a moment to remember the signs that have served us well. Whether we speak the same language or not, they help direct us in a Who, What, When, Where, Why and How situation, yet sometimes the message changes. For this reason, these signs have been put to rest to make room for the new. Please take a moment in remembrance.
QUESTION OF THE DAY: Was that place real barbecue?
Thanks for all the great #drawings, #firstfriday @artcirclencat #elsewheremuseum (at Elsewhere Collaborative)
#bestlentilsalad @elsewheremuseum @mynewroots #martakinghandmodel #kitchen (at Elsewhere Collaborative)
Join our weekly #ArtistTalks every Thursday from 8-10 pm! Tonight we will feature our first Artist-in-Residence of the season, Kathryn Sclavi. Find out more about her work here: http://kathrynsclavi.tumblr.com
First house meeting, inaugural question of the year.
Elsewhere TV is coming to an Internet near you. Stay tuned to your computers.
And there was light. Elsewhere Building Curator Cyrus Smith just finished fixing 17 collection lamps.