As part of Winter Welcome Week, the Gregg hosts an art party and cupcake bar on January 10 at 6pm. Visitors will explore their crafty side and play some art games as part of the
5:30pm. This staff-led tour offers stories behind the art and the museum itself. Exhibitions featured are “All the Possibilities of Sixteen” by Vernon Pratt, and “Left-Handed Liberty”, works from the permanent collection. Free and open
The self-taught North Carolina artists featured in “Left-Handed Liberty” sometimes achieved recognition as innovative creative minds, but often started out exploring their art in deeply personal ways. They made art in their homes, their workshops,
The museum will be closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. We will otherwise be open for normal exhibition hours.
This exhibition – features art from, among many others, John Cage, Merce Cunningham, and Sally Mann. Works shown include Cage’s “STEPS” (featured image), an interdisciplinary work blending music, dance and painting, and smoke paintings made
Featuring selections from his newest recording The Seeker. Concert is free and open to the public, starting at 7:30pm in the Grand Lobby.
A lecture by jewelry historian Ana Estrades explores the fascinating world of 19th century Renaissance Revival jewelry in “Reinhold Vasters: Forging the Renaissance in the Museum.” Estrades, who recently taught the first Gems and Jewelry semester course at
The tote bag includes drawing pencils, drawing paper, a viewfinder and a magnifying glass. Anyone can check out an art tote and sketch in the galleries or the pollinator garden.
Our Pollinator Garden is the perfect spot for taking a break from a busy day, meeting for lunch, or simply relaxing while you study.
Come in costume and perhaps win a prize! On Halloween night, Jodi Wille, documentary filmmaker, curator, and book publisher presents WE ARE NOT ALONE (2016), her short film about the unconventional Unarius Academy of Science
A fascinating documentary about collectors of scale model American folk art buildings. Collectors Steven Burke and Randy Campbell will be on hand to answer questions, and to show some of the actual collection!
Hurricane Michael is scheduled to enter our area sometime on Thursday with heavy rain and strong winds. As of today, Museum events are continuing as scheduled, but please stay tuned for any updates.
Some great events coming up: NC State’s Marsha Gordon screens her documentary, Rendered Small Oct 24 LA Filmmaker Jodi Wille screens 4 of her short films on social subcultures Oct 31
6pm, James B. Hunt Library Auditorium. The documentary by Greg Campbell about war photographer and NC State alum Chris Hondros, killed in Libya in 2011. In partnership between the Gregg Museum, NCSU Libraries, Alumni Association,
In collaboration with the NCSU Dance Program and facilitated by painter and founder of Mountain Lake Symposium Ray Kass, the NCSU Dance Company and dancer Justin Tornow performed John Cage’s “Steps”, a composition for a