Learn more about the artists, exhibitions, museum and history from the Gregg’s knowledgeable docents.
These nature documentaries chronicle the sometimes unexpected outcomes of conservation and other “natural” phenomena. April 3, 4, and 5, presented by the Gregg and introduced by film maker Scott Crocker (“Ghost Bird”). APRIL 3: Milking
Yoga In the Garden April 11 / Flor de Toloache Preview April 12 / Guided Tour April 18 / Artist Jaclyn Bowie April 25
A Love Note to the Quirky South
Way Out There: The Art of Southern Backroads
Tilden J. Stone’s fascinating and masterful furniture, featuring trompe ‘oeil techniques, hidden compartments, virtuoso carving and design, and much more. On exhibition now through September 8, 2019.
Christina Lorena Weisner talks about her work and exhibition on Thursday, February 28, 6 pm to 8pm. Those interested in the sciences, global concerns, and how humans affect their environment should attend.
Thursday, February 21 at 6pm. The artist discusses her work, her current exhibition “Borderlands”, and engages in a discussion with community members on the topic of the U.S./Mexico border and immigration.
Our garden is in the process of spring sprucing-up! Come and enjoy our beautiful outdoor spaces when the weather is warm! Great place to study, have lunch, meet with friends, or take a stroll!
“Borderlands-Evidence from the Rio Grande” by Susan Harbage Page “Explorations-Science Sculptures” by Christina Lorena Weisner
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,
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.