Pancake Social at SECCA
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February 24, 2015
Contact: Jennie Carlisle,

Elsewhere and WFU Campus Kitchen Serve Up Southern Hospitality and Screen Printed Pancakes at SECCA

(Greensboro, NC) - Come hungry and make collectivity happen. As part of Alive in the Kitchen and SECCA’s current exhibition, Collective Actions, Elsewhere and The Campus Kitchen at Wake Forest University will host a pancake social with art activities and performances in SECCA’s auditorium lobby and sculpture deck on Saturday, February 28 from 12-3pm.

The Campus Kitchen is a collaboration of Wake Forest University students, faculty, staff, dining services, agency partners and the Winston-Salem community. They recycle prepared but never served food from Campus Dining into new meals for social service agencies.

Elsewhere and Campus Kitchen will share ideas for improvisational cooking, reducing food waste, and using at-hand resources to meet the hunger and nutritional needs of our community.

Alive in the Kitchen is an evolving set of participatory culinary experiments that extend Elsewhere’s core concepts of hospitality, play, and resourcefulness. As a platform for intergenerational education, Alive in the Kitchen promotes the creation of community around meal sharing, nutrition, local foodways, creative cooking, humor and the magic of puppetry. Watch a five-episode series produced for Alive in the Kitchen and AcreTV at

SECCA’s current exhibition, Collective Actions, imagines and activates new forms of collectivity through arts and community action. Exhibited artworks in this group show encompass sculpture, performance, design/architecture studio work, and socially engaged public interventions.

SECCA is located at 750 Marguerite Drive in Winston-Salem. For more information please visit,

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About Elsewhere
Elsewhere is a living museum, site-specific artist residency, and creative laboratory set in a former thrift store in downtown Greensboro, NC, where artists work with the local community to create projects from an immense inventory of surplus, thrift, and antiques amassed on site by one woman from 1939-1997. The staff at Elsewhere produce events and projects as a creative team, in addition to supporting the daily operations of the museum. Their past projects have been presented locally at the North Carolina Museum of Art and The Ackland Museum of Art; nationally at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, Flux Projects, Atlanta,GA, and The Portland Institute of Contemporary Art. Portland, OR; and, internationally at Kulturpark, Berlin, Germany.

About The Campus Kitchen at Wake Forest University
The Campus Kitchen at Wake Forest recycles prepared but never served food from Campus Dining into new meals for social service agencies in our community. CKWFU fulfills its mission through the leadership of an all student leadership team and the dedication and hard work of an all student volunteer network.

The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art bridges art, technology and engagement to enhance perspectives, inspire community and ignite new ideas.

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