Monday, November 14, 2011

Residencies, Fellowships, Internships

Elsewhere is now accepting residency, fellowship, and internship applications for its 2012 season. Elsewhere, a living museum set inside a former thrift store, invites creatives of all kinds to create site-specific projects that respond to our that respond to our collection, community, and concepts. Elsewheres 58-year collection of surplus and thrift, no longer for sale, now serves as resource for creative and critical projects across media. We are seeking individuals and groups who are responsive, experimental, inventive, holistic, adaptive, radical, inclusive, and process-oriented to join our vibrant community of other resident artists and scholars, staff, interns, volunteers, and members If you are excited to explore your ideas and practice collaboratively, publicly, and critically within an ever-changing world of material surplus, we encourage you to read our residency/fellowship information, and apply online.

INTERNSHIPS

Elsewhere's internship program brings local and national students to our living museum for 10 -12 week sessions, where interns learn through participation in our unique museum environment. Internships are open to high school and college students, and recent graduates.

No expertise is necessary!
FELLOWSHIPS

Elsewhere is accepting applicants for 3-month Service Fellowships. In addition to our community's chores and event schedule, fellows will work 20 hours/week on a season-long project of a high priority to our building and community. Fellows will be supported by interns, and will be compensated with a waived residency fee.
2012 Residencies | December 1, 2011

2012 Fellowships | December 1, 2011

2011 Internships | September 15, 2011
(closed)

2012 Internships | Rolling Deadline
(application opens January 1st, 2012)

Spring 2012 Technology Fellow

Elsewhere recently received a grant from the City of Greensboro, through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, to install a solar array on our rooftop and create an interactive charging station for the South Elm St public. We're seeking a technology fellow with electronic experience to design and construct this project.

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