1. A Musical First Friday | August 2 from 6 - 10pm
2. Andrew Raffo Dewar Jazz Trio | August 9 at 8pm
3. Elsewhere Goes to [City] Market | August 15 at 5pm
4. From the Canvas to the Page Workshop | Saturdays July 20 - Aug 24 from 2 - 4pm
5. Queerly Beloved Book Club | July 25 from 630 to 8pm
1. Artist Talks | Thursdays at 830pm ($1 / free for members)
2. Weekly Tours | Saturdays at 4pm ($5 / free for members)
3. Members' Dinners | Thursdays at 730pm ($5 / members, RSVP to kitchen)
4. Museum Open | Wednesday til Saturday from 1pm to 10pm ($1 / free for members)
1. Nikita Gale (Atlanta, GA) - NEA Southern Constellations
2. Sleeper (Miami, FL)
3. Casey Middaugh (Seattle, WA)
4. Emma Reaves (Brooklyn, NY)
5. Dao Nguyen (Chicago, IL)
6. Jeannette Petrik (Eindhoven, Nederland)
7. Jazz Brian Leeb (Sarasota, FL)
8. Michelle Murphy (Cleveland, OH)
9. Erin O'Daniel (Duluth, MN)
10. Bridget Beck (Culver City, CA)
11. Catherine Morse (Tasmania)
12. Kirsty Robertson (London, ON, Canada)
13. Tom Butler (Portland, ME)
1. Material Music | Andrew Raffo Dewar
2. For a Limited Time Only | Lea Sorrentino
3. [Insert Title] | Rebecca Noone
1. Buy your TOMORROW ticket: Fundraising Extravaganza on Sept. 28.
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1. It's an Elsewhere First Friday Opening in Downtown Greensboro featuring 2 special musical StoreFront performances ($1 donation / Free for members).
On the StoreFront Theater Stage
7:30pm | Keith Miller performs select scores from Andrew Raffo Dewarâ€™s â€œMaterial Music.â€ Miller is a bassist and composition student at UNCG.
8:30pm | Mark Dixon and Bart Trotman of Greensboroâ€™s The Invisible Collective debut their new instrument, â€œPaint Mixer", a turning platter of tape decks that will create new sonic compositions by playing an assortment of cassettes. As always, the question is: What will it sound like?
7 &9 pm | Go Behind the Scenes and up the stairs on a 3-floor Tour with resident tour guide extraordinaire, Yahya Alazrak, $5. Reserve your place at the Front Desk. Tours start in the Kitchen.
Featuring new works by Southern Constellations fellows Nikita Gale (Untitled (Legend), 2013) and Andrew Raffo Dewar (Material Music, 2013), and artists-in-residence Clint Sleeper (Duets, 2013), Thomas Choinacky (Magnitude & Somewhere Else, 2013), Sarah Ann (Sunbathers, 2013), Oakley Tapolal (Eavesdropper, 2013), Kieran Morris (Receiver, 2012), Daniel Fishkin (Lady's Harp, 2011), and Invisible Collective (Singer Songwriter, 2010).
2. Southern Constellations fellow Andrew Raffo Dewar returns with his jazz trio to perform Dewar's musical scores, Material Music, on Friday, August 9 at 8pm. Free with admission to the museum.
Watch video of Dewar's first performance with members of the audience at the Conversations & Constellations event on July 11.
Listen to an interview with Dewar on WFDD's Triad Arts Weekend which aired on Friday, July 19.
3. Stay cool with Elsewhere at this edition of the City Market, Downtown Greensboro's open air market happening every 3rd Thursday off South Elm Street.
4. From the Canvas to the Page is a Saturday afternoon youth program designed to provide a creative outlet for teens of the Triad, combining visual arts, writing, and performance. Led by local artists in the Poet.She collective.
Teens will learn various strategies for self expression and develop their skills in writing, speaking, painting, and drawing. This will be an uplifting learning experience, for both the youth involved and local college students who work with this program.
The program will run from July 20-August 24, culminating in a student showcase of work.
Contact Kelly Rae of Poets.She for more information: email@example.com or (219) 741-5420.
5. Queerly Beloved is a book club that meets on a monthly basis to read and discuss books primarily written for, by, or about LGBTQ people of color. Queerly Beloved is also notably Elsewhereâ€™s first book club.
Contact April Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.