Collections Access

The Gregg Museum of Art & Design at NC State University sparks creativity and encourages exploration through engaging exhibitions, relevant programming, and thought-provoking educational experiences. Focusing on outstanding examples of art, craft, and design, the museum utilizes cross-disciplinary collaborations and its extensive collections to foster critical thinking and expand worldviews. The Gregg serves its diverse campus community and the greater Triangle region in a welcoming, accessible, and inclusive environment.

The Gregg Museum believes in making art accessible. To that end, our collections are searchable online and requests to study objects in person can be made by contacting the Registrar, Mary Hauser. Research visits take place during the Gregg’s regular office hours (M-F 9-5) and should be arranged at least 2 weeks in advance. A request form will be provided at the time of your inquiry.

The Gregg Museum values its responsibility to both preserve and share its collections. The staff must take these two duties into account when considering any use of collections objects. Requests will be reviewed on a on a case-by-case basis, assessing the potential impact on the objects requested as well as on staff resources and space. Every effort will be made to accommodate research requests. We appreciate being informed of your needs and objectives in advance so that we may accommodate you as much as possible.

Request forms, once completed, should be emailed to or mailed to:
Gregg Museum of Art & Design
Mary Hauser
Campus Box 7330
Raleigh, NC 27695-7330