Quilla’s collaborations with Elsewhere Museum over the years

Screenshot from Quilla’s “A Million Broken Bikes” (2014) – video by Steve Clarke
Quilla performing in the “Ribbon Room” at Elsewhere’s annual Extravaganza in 2012

As an avid collaborator with Elsewhere Museum, Quilla has contributed to many programs and events over the years. She composed music for Elsewhere’s DanceLab project in 2013, and was South Elm Projects Coordinator at the museum between August 2014 and January 2015. Through the South Elm role, she organized community outreach initiatives downtown, led brainstorming events, trained interns and collaborated with Elsewhere’s curators to hire artists to create public art projects funded by Artplace America. She also taught workshops for Elsewhere’s FoodLab program in 2015, where school children learned about cooking, art and storytelling. 

Quilla performing with her band at Elsewhere Extravaganza in 2014. Clockwise from lower right: Stefan Kei DiMuzio on keyboards, Quilla on piano, Johanna Breed on back-up vocals, Josh Davis on drums and Jeremy Jon Harris on glockenspiel.

Quilla has also participated in many annual fundraisers as a live performer and DJ (Spirit 2012, Tomorrow 2013, The Last Great Winter 2014, Sports of All Sorts 2015, Revolve 2016, Dreamworld 2019, Arrivals & Departures 2021). She has also filmed various music videos and live performances at Elsewhere, such as “A Million Broken Bikes” (2014), “Around Town Sessions – Live Performance” (2021), “Beans Beans Beans” (PBS Kids / Rootle, 2021), “Bow to the Rebel Queen” (forthcoming).

Screenshot from Quilla’s “A Million Broken Bikes” (2014) – video by Steve Clarke

She is pleased to be curating the musical performances for Elsewhere’s outdoor stage on November 13th, 2021. More info about the 2021 Extravaganza here!

Screenshot from Quilla’s music video “Beans Beans Beans” (PBS Kids / Rootle, 2021),
directed by Alexei Mejouev with animations by Stefan Kei DiMuzio