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Greensboro’s Elsewhere Museum launches communal living experiment in response to COVID-19

Category: COVID-19

“To decolonize systemic structures of institutional oppression, the museum encourages BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color), transgender, queer, and/or disabled creatives to apply.”

Elsewhere Museum soon will start Shelter Elsewhere, a fellowship and social housing opportunity inviting fellows to live, work and play inside a three-story former thrift store turned museum in center city. Part live/work exchange, part cohort of collaborative thought partners, and part COVID-19 social housing opportunity, Shelter Elsewhere is an experiment in communal living/working that seeks to combat isolation by promoting collaboration in the midst of a global pandemic.

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