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Rich Holly performs a funny song with his guitar while Roger Manley laughs in the background.

Jul 13, 2023

Retirement of Director Roger Manley

At the end of June, the Gregg Museum celebrated the retirement of (now former) director Roger Manley and the opening of our newest exhibition, Selections from the Collections. With a colorfully-clad crowd of colleagues, friends, and supporters, we ushered Roger into his next chapter. Some in attendance were even donors of objects that are now… 

NC State students inside a gallery of the Gregg Museum of Art & Design.

Apr 4, 2023

Now hiring a Student Ambassador!

The Gregg Museum is looking for an NC State student to serve as Museum Ambassador (paid part time position). This student will help serve as one of the faces of the Gregg Museum at the museum’s front visitor desk.  Museum Ambassador The Museum Ambassador position acts as a liaison to all visitors of the Gregg Museum… 

Portrait of Aldwyth standing in front of one of her large scale collages covering her face with a book.

Jan 12, 2023

Double Exhibition Opening Reception: Thursday, February 2 at 6:00pm

The Gregg Museum invites you to an opening reception to celebrate the first exhibitions of 2023 with hors d’oeuvres, live music, and poems by the Poetry Fox!  True Likeness, coming to the Gregg Museum from the Van Every/ Smith Galleries at Davidson College, presents an exhibition of contemporary portraits from diverse makers in a variety of… 

Sep 22, 2022

Youtube Launch: An Interview with Anne Spafford

The Gregg Museum’s visitor services and security coordinator, Jeanny Sandoval, sits down with NC State professor Anne Spafford to discuss the Rose Jackson and Evelyn Thiem Pollinator Garden behind the museum. Watch this video to learn about the inception and creation of this garden, why pollinator friends are important, and how you can create your own… 

Portrait of Jen Bireline in her studio in 2004.

Sep 22, 2022

Remembering Jen Bireline

The Gregg Museum staff is saddened to learn of the passing of Jen Bireline (August 20, 1936 – August 3, 2022), ceramic artist and long-time supporter of the museum. Born in Oklahoma and raised in Texas, Jen Bireline majored in art and English at the University of Oklahoma. While living in Bowling Green, Ohio, and…