The Gregg Museum’s collection of more than 34,000 objects includes major holdings in textiles and clothing, ceramics, folk and Native American art, photography, design and decorative arts. We also have the largest collection of outsider art in North Carolina.
The Gregg Museum believes in making art completely accessible. Whether you’re a professor, student or member of the general public, you can access our collection by request. For more information or to make an appointment, please contact the Gregg Museum’s curator of education, Zoe Starling, at 919-513-7244 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Search our online catalog (Our online catalog will be temporarily unavailable from May 17 through May 25 for maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience.)
- Donate an object to the Gregg
The Gregg Museum Library
- Search the library catalog (select “Your Library”)
Because our books are kept in a shared meeting space, we ask that you make an appointment to access the library. Contact us at 919-515-3503 or email@example.com to schedule a visit. The Gregg Museum library is not part of NC State’s library system, and books cannot be checked out.
Due to current construction underway for the new Gregg Museum at 1903 Hillsborough Street, and our upcoming office/collection move, we will be suspending library usage for the next few semesters. Please check our website in late Fall 2016 for updates.