Click the links below to be taken to each exhibition’s landing page. There, you’ll find controls and a highlight reel along the bottom of the window. Descriptions of each exhibit can be found by clicking the round bubbles within each image. When available, links to online photo galleries and printable PDF files are also available on the exhibition web pages.
Virtual Visits are made possible with special assistance from John Starbuck of DASA Communications.
- All Is Possible – Mary Ann Scherr’s Legacy of Metal – Jewelry and consumer products by the first female designer in the American auto industry and inventor of wearable health monitors.
- All That Glitters – Spark and Dazzle from the Permanent Collection –
What is it about shiny surfaces that makes them so alluring? Even birds and fish feel the attraction!
- Animate Earth – Adventures in Mimetolithia by Andy Nasisse – photography and ceramic sculptures offer a new way of seeing.
- A Thousand Throws – an art installation by master potter and artist Daniel Johnston
- Borderlands-Evidence from the Rio Grande – Susan Harbage Page’s photographs and anti-archive, centered around the U.S.-Mexico border issue.
- Design by Time – From the Pratt Institute, a variety of works in which time itself plays a critical role. Now available virtually using the Lingar app on your mobile device, featuring interpretive content in text, audio and video for each object. A desktop version can be found here.
- Explorations – Christina Weisner‘s connections of science, art, and technology through the ocean, meteors, earthquakes, and more.
- Fantastic Fauna – Chimeric creatures by artist and University of Tennessee professor Beauvais Lyons.
- Objects of Intention – photographs by sculptor/photographer Stephen Althouse
- Southern Surreal–Masterpiece Furniture by Tilden Stone – Secret compartments, trompe l’oeil carving and hidden features abound!
- 2018 Tour of the Gregg – featuring Design Duet-Robert Keith Black And J. Ormond Sanderson, Jr. and Bob Trotman: Business as Usual
Visit our YOUTUBE channel – experience up-close tours of individual exhibits, interviews with artists, behind-the-scenes tours, and much more.
DOCUMENTARY ON VERNON PRATT
A new documentary short (16 minutes,16 seconds) by Marsha Gordon and Louis Cherry is available about an extraordinary painting by Vernon Pratt, exhibited at the Gregg in 2018. Watch All the Possibilities… at NC Shorts 1.
It’s the first film in the list!