I Don’t Do Boxes: Out Loud!

The second issue of I Don’t Do Boxes, Out Loud!, brings together a diverse collection of stories, poems, artworks and sounds exploring LGBTQ experience. This issue invited queer youth, musicians and artists to explore the power of voice in different

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Then & Now: Sharing LGBTQ stories across generations

Then & Now is a documentary storytelling project inviting LGBTQ-identifying elders and teens to share stories and oral histories. A collaboration with Elsewhere and the Creative Aging Network of North Carolina. What was it like living in the south and

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Solar Energy Commons

A collaborative project with artist Elliott P. Montgomery to connect the rooftop solar array on Elsewhere museum with the streets of downtown Greensboro. I organized a series of workshops and programs around Elliott’s design for a CITY Solar Station on

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Read-Ins

Read-Ins encourage reading in public spaces to activate possibilities for shared wisdom. The first Read-In was organized on August 8, 2012 in partnership with the International Civil Rights Museum and Elsewhere to accompany the Greensboro Historical Museum’s Fighting the Fires

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Mycological Provisions

An interview project archiving the stories of four contemporary artists while hunting for mushrooms in the summer of 2013. Participating artists include Rob Peterson, Cassie Thornton, Caroline Woolard and Kate Clark. (Research blog: mycologicalprovisions.tumblr.com) (Video Credits: Music by Quilla, Sound

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The Listening Story of No Words

A movement-research collaboration with students at Dudley High School and artist Athena Kokoronis to create a site-specific dance for downtown Greensboro. The Listening Story of No Words explores a dance process that draws inspiration from the tradition of quilt making,

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Museum Futures

What is the connection between one woman’s 58-year collection, a nomadic assemblage of queer ephemera, a high-tech teen hangout, and the treasured remains of a fishing town? Beginning in a lake Michigan lagoon and sustained through a trans-continental Skype conversation,

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I Don’t Do Boxes

I Don’t Do Boxes is a magazine exploring LGBTQ experience, published at Elsewhere and edited by a team of queer-identifying youth. The first issue, Schools Out! collects over 30 artworks, stories, poems, comics and essays exploring queer southern experience and

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A-LIVE in the Kitchen

A-LIVE in the Kitchen is a cooking show with alive foods and friends, featuring cultures, yeasts, herbs, wild edibles and fungi as primary ingredients. A-LIVE in the Kitchen re-imagines the cooking show format as a platform for participatory culinary experiments,

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99 Books About Love

99 Books About Love is a project about shelving, sharing and second-hands, collecting 99 books from people all over North Carolina that explore love in its many forms. The project was an Elsewhere collaborative commission for the Ackland Museum in

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Elsewhere

For four years now I have served as a teaching artist and education curator for Elsewhere, a living museum and artist residency program set inside a former thrift store in downtown Greensboro, NC. )

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SoundLab

A collaborative project with artist group INVISIBLE, asking students from Weaver Academy and Guilford College to create video self-portraits and sculptures from old TV monitors, VCRs and scrap material. The media sculptures were used to screen a final video work

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Teashed

A teahouse and site for ritual exchange located in an old shed collapsed by a tree in Greensboro, NC.                

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Queer Explorers Club

The Queer Explorers Club is a civil service technical guild. A place to explore the androgynous unknown, and the in-between space of gender one adventure at a time.  

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School of the Future

School of the Future is an experiment in what school can be. It was the child of the Teaching Artist Union and the Institute for Applied Aesthetics. In 2010 it grew into an outdoor intergenerational free school in Brooklyn. Since

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