The first part of a two-part exhibition, crossed kalunga by the stars & other acts of resistance curated by guest curator Tosha Grantham, is now open to the public. crossed kalunga by the stars &
Visit the Gregg’s YouTube channel for a “show and tell” of this unique collection!
Starting May 25 join the Gregg for a tribute and celebration of the silent film. Free screenings all summer!
Works of Chris Hondros and Will Henry Stevens from the permanent collection, now on display.
SOLD OUT! NC State faculty member Kirsten Jermé brings her cello to the Garden! Featuring work by Bach, Auerbach, and Perkinson.
Flat File Fridays, the latest in the Gregg’s peek into the collection, concludes this week.
Starting April 13th, timed-entry reservations will no longer be needed for groups of 15 or less.
The Gregg Museum of Art & Design and the Division of Academic and Student Affairs’ Marketing and Communications office received special recognition from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.
The Gregg Museum has a wide array of offerings this spring. Interviews with artists, tours of current exhibitions and artist studios, and films.
Highlights of a livestream of the installation of “A Thousand Throws”, Johnston’s exhibition currently on view at the Gregg.
The Gregg reopens today, and welcomes visitors with timed-entry reservations. Stay tuned, and visit this website again, for updates on 2021 programs, exhibitions, and other offerings. Happy New Year!
The Museum is most grateful to donors such as Mr. John C. Henry, and are therefore saddened by the news of his passing recently in Durham, NC.
Beautify your work space, your living space, buy a special gift or express your personality. The Gregg Museum’s annual sponsored poster sale is going on now – virtually! From now until October 10, posters, postcards,
Since its founding in the late 1970s, the Gregg Museum of Art & Design has been committed to promoting the appreciation of art – an essential human pursuit – by attempting to expand the definitions of beauty
A letter from Gregg Museum Director Roger Manley. By mid-March, only a little more than halfway through Year Three at our still-new location at 1903 Hillsborough Street, the Gregg Museum had already seen a 19%