South Elm Projects Artist Talk Thursday, 8:30pm
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August 12, 2015

Artist Collective Camp Little Hope presents their past works and creative processes at South Elm Projects Artist Talk this Thursday at Elsewhere

(Greensboro, NC) - Elsewhere welcomes the artists of the collective Camp Little Hope to Greensboro today as part of the South Elm Projects initiative. The artist collective will be onsite for the next two weeks for the research phase of their South Elm Projects commission to explore the project sites, meet with community members, and research neighborhood histories.

Camp Little Hope will give a public Artist Talk tomorrow, Thursday, August 13 at 8:30pm. The event is at Elsewhere and is free and open to the public. 

For their South Elm Project, Camp Little Hope will be creating a self-guided neighborhood tour and a series of landscape interventions whose forms are derived from public history records and interviews.

The artist collective will return to Greensboro on October 21 through November 11 to create the final phase of their project. The public opening for the project will be the First Friday event on November 6 from 6-10pm. 

Camp Little Hope is a team of artists that translate abstract ideas into visceral experiences. They invent objects and situations that imagine the future in order to create space for action in the present. They make drawings, environments, gardens, free algorithmic restaurants, sustainable energy initiatives, alternative institutional forms and fun.

Funded by ArtPlace America, South Elm Projects brings 15 national artists and collectives together with neighbors to create public artworks that further civic engagement, public commons and urban wilds in advance of and with development. For more about South Elm Projects please visit, To get involved with the projects please contact,

About Elsewhere
Elsewhere is a non-profit living museum and artist residency program set with a three-story former thrift store. Since 2003, Elsewhere has been transforming its former store and its vast material collection into a living museum that serves as a hub for local and global collaborations.

Elsewhere is funded in part by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, ArtPlace America, The Kresge Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts, The North Carolina Arts Council, ArtsGreensboro, Tannenbaum Sternberger Foundation, The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro, The Fund for Democratic Communities, The Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation, Guilford Green Foundation, The Harpo Foundation, The Gallucci Creative Fund, Lincoln Financial Foundation, Art Matters & friends like you.


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