Visit the Gregg Museum programs page to register for Yoga on the Gregg’s beautiful grounds! 10am, bring your mats and water!
Available 4pm on June 10 Visit the Gregg’s YouTube channel for a “show and tell” of this unique collection!
The power of art: creating awareness, educating and inspiring us to be better humans.
The Gregg Museum host interns each semester to work with museum staff to learn more about museum work and to assist in fulfilling the institution’s greater mission. Please visit this internship page for complete details.
October 15, 4pm Virtual Artist Talk and exhibition walk through with sculptor-photographer Stephen Althouse. A new exhibition, Stephen Althouse—Objects of Intention, is now open at the Gregg Museum. Originally trained as a sculptor, Althouse begins with
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%
NOW ON VIEW VIRTUALLY: All That Glitters-Spark and Dazzle from the Permanent Collection – On view now through July 12, 2020 All Is Possible-Mary Ann Scherr’s Legacy of Metal – On view now until September
The Gregg Museum has suspended public access to the galleries until further notice. Please visit arts.ncsu.edu/coronavirus to see updated information.
The Gregg Museum of Art & Design has canceled all public programs for the rest of the Spring 2020 Semester. We are currently evaluating other planned programs on a case-by-case basis, and are consulting with
Yoga classes in the beautiful Gregg Jackson-Thiem garden are always popular. Our next FREE class will be rescheduled for a later date.
“All is Possible-Mary Ann Scherr’s Legacy in Metal” is proving to be VERY popular. The April in-person tours have been converted to virtual guided tour. Stay tuned for links and other information.
“Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology”. LAST WEEKS for this thought provoking exhibition centering on biotechnology and genetics. Special lecture Thursday March 5th, Exhibition closing Sunday, March 15.
Spark and Dazzle from the Permanent Collection. Just what is it about shiny or sparkling things that makes them so (literally) attractive?
From the Pratt Manhattan Gallery. An exhibition with work from 22 international designers portraying time and its dynamic effects on fashion, furniture, textiles, vessels, and more.
This Thursday January 23 at 6pm. Always free and open to the public. “All That Glitters-Spark and Dazzle from the Permanent Collection” and “Design By Time”, from the Pratt Institute