In fulfilling its mission as an educational resource, the Gregg Museum maintains collections of art, craft, and design for teaching, research, and preservation as well as a library of materials related to the collections.
About Our Collections
The Gregg Museum’s permanent collection of more than 35,000 objects includes major holdings in textiles and clothing, ceramics, folk and Native American art, photography, design and decorative arts, and works by self-taught artists.
The Gregg believes in making art accessible. The museum’s rotating schedule of exhibitions highlights diverse artists, media, and techniques in its galleries. Examples from the museum’s permanent collection are occasionally used in these exhibitions, but are not permanently displayed in the gallery spaces. Collection items not on display may be viewed virtually via the Gregg’s online catalog. In the future, permanent collection items will be available for research and study by request. Staff will be developing this process in Spring 2020 with select classes.
Please contact Registrar Mary Hauser with any questions.
- Search our online catalog
- Visit our Show & Tell page for in-depth tours of individual exhibitions
- Learn more about the Greenberg Native American Art Study Center.
- Download PDFs of guides for the Greenberg Gallery Hopi Katsinam, shelf, and drawer exhibits
The Gregg Museum Library
Members of the NC State community and general public have access to the Gregg Museum Library, a selection of more than 2,500 books related to objects in our collection.
- Search the library catalog (select “Your Library”)
We are happy to facilitate the use of the Gregg’s Museum Library resources, but please contact registrar Mary Hauser (919-515-3102) to schedule a visit. The Gregg’s library is not housed in a section of the building freely accessible to the public.