The Gregg Museum offers several new virtual programs this spring. For details, please visit http://gregg.arts.ncsu.edu/programs. A brief list is shown below. Please note: Many of the programs do require registration. All programs are free and open to the public.
Please note that visiting the Gregg in person is possible, with a timed-entry reservation.
Thursday, January 28, 4pm Artist Virtual Interview Series: Andy Nasisse. Colorado ceramic artist and photographer Andy Nasisse talks about his work and process in conjunction with his current exhibition Animate Earth: Adventures in Mimetolithia. Registration is required.
Thursday, February 4, 4pm Thoughts from the Artist: Daniel Johnston, Part One. Gallery walk-through of A Thousand Throws and interview with master ceramic artist Daniel Johnston. On the Gregg’s YouTube Channel.
Thursday, February 11, 4pm Virtual Studio Visit: Stephen Althouse Artist-photographer Stephen Althouse (Objects of Intention) joins the Gregg Museum from his studio in Pennsylvania to discuss his artistic process and local Amish influences. Registration is required.
Thursday, February 18, 4pm Virtual Guided Tour of exhibitions at the Gregg Museum (see description above). Register here.
Thursday, February 25, 4pm Thoughts from the Artist: Daniel Johnston, Part Two. The second part of a walk-through of A Thousand Throws and interview with master ceramic artist Daniel Johnston. On the Gregg’s YouTube Channel.
Thursday, March 4, 4pm
On the Gregg’s YouTube Channel Gregg Staff “behind the scenes” with Art Preparator Matthew Gay.
Thursday, March 11, 4pm On the Gregg’s Youtube Channel:
Gallery Discussion with NC Master potter Daniel Johnston and renowned NC architect Frank Harmon. Harmon and Johnston explore architectural elements in the Gregg Museum installation A Thousand Throws.
Thursday, April 1, 4pm On the Gregg’s Youtube Channel: Premier of Show & Tell: Callot Soeurs Evening Dress. Show & Tell videos examine a single object, offering an up-close viewing or highlighting Gregg Museum special projects.
Thursday, April 8, 4pm Virtual film screening: NC State Premiere of All the Possibilities . . . Reflections on a Painting by Vernon Pratt Live via Zoom, join Marsha Gordon, Louis Cherry, William Dodge, and Rich Holly for an online panel discussion after the screening. The film is a documentary meditation on Pratt’s most ambitious painting, a 1,400 square foot systematic abstraction completed in 1982, and exhibited for the first time at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design in 2018. Registration is required.
Thursday, April 15, 4pm Third Thursday Virtual Tour. Virtual Guided Tour of exhibitions at the Gregg Museum. Register here.
Thursday, April 22, 4pm Earth Day film on-line live stream. Films to be announced.