Past Programs

Below you can browse through programs that we have had in the past.  If you have any questions about these or other programs, please contact Curator of Education Zoe Starling at zoe_starling@ncsu.edu or 919.513.7244.

2020 PROGRAMS

Thursday, January 9, 3pm and 6pm  Wolfpack Winter Welcome Week: Guided tours of the museum and its current exhibitions. 

Thursday, January 16 6pm Poetry reading with Jeffery Beam, from An Elizabethan Bestiary Retold. Ippy Patterson’s illustrations also featured.

Thursday, January 23 6pm Double exhibition opening reception for All That Glitters—Spark and Dazzle from the Permanent Collection and Design by Time.

Thursday, January 30 6pm Sketching in the galleries led by Education Program Assistant, Christina Wytko.

Thursday, February 6 6pm Guest lecture with Adam Hartstone-Rose.  “Visualizing Past and Future Species”.

FEBRUARY First Friday at the Gregg – February 7 5:30-7pm NC State Woodwind Quintet

Thursday, February 13 6pm Film screening: Tom Tykwer’s Sundance prizewinner Run Lola Run.

Friday, February 21 6pm (snow date)Exhibition opening reception for All is Possible— Mary Ann Scherr’s Legacy in Metal. 

Thursday, February 27 6pm – All Is Possible Tour Highlight tour with curator Ana Estrades of All is Possible—Mary Ann Scherr’s Legacy in Metal.

Thursday, March 5 6pm Short lectures in conjunction with Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology

MARCH First Friday at the Gregg – March 6 5:30-7pm Irish Sessions at NC State

Tuesday, March 10 3pm – Highlight tour of All is Possible—Mary Ann Scherr’s Legacy in Metal.

Thursday, March 12 6pm – Docent tours of all the open exhibitions.

Thursday, March 19 – CANCELED Guest lecture: “Of Space Suits and Gas Masks: The Biosensing Jewelry of Mary Ann Scherr” by Kayleigh Perkov

Thursday, March 26 – CANCELED Yoga in the Garden.

Thursday, April 2 All Is Possible Tour  – NOW VIRTUAL  All is Possible—Mary Ann Scherr’s Legacy in Metal

APRIL First Friday at the Gregg – CANCELED

Tuesday through Thursday April 7, 8, 9 – 2020 Eco Film Series – CANCELED

Tuesday, April – CANCELED Highlight tour of All is Possible—Mary Ann Scherr’s Legacy in Metal.

Thursday, April 16 – CANCELED Artist talks: From Design by Time, and Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology

Thursday, April 23 Opening Reception – CANCELED, RESCHEDULED FOR 2021 Across the Threshold of India—Art, Women, and Culture, featuring photographs by Martha Strawn

MAY First Friday at the Gregg – CANCELED

VIRTUAL EXPERIENCES

Fall 2020

AUGUST 4, Virtual Guided Tour
AUGUST 11, Virtual Guided Tour
August 20, 4pm Virtual Guided Tour of the Gregg.  Join Gregg Education staff as they provide a virtual walk-through of the museum’s online tours.
Sept 3, Premiere 4pm
“A Conversation about Art”
The first of three interviews with Roger Manley, Director, Gregg Museum. On the Gregg’s YouTube Channel.
Sept 17, 4pm Virtual Guided Tour of the Gregg
Oct 1, Premiere 4pm
“A Conversation about Art” –
discussions with Roger Manley, Director, Gregg Museum (second of three).
Oct 15, 4pm Virtual Artist Talk and presentation with sculptor-photographer Stephen Althouse. Objects of Intention, now open at the Gregg Museum. (via Zoom)
Oct 22, 12pm A Conversation with Artist Susan Harbage Page and Gregg Director Roger Manley (via Zoom)
Oct 22, 4pm Virtual Guided Tour of the Gregg – Featuring Borderlands-Evidence from the Rio Grande, photographs by Susan Harbage Page.
Nov. 5th – “A Conversation about Art” Last of three in-depth interviews with Roger Manley, Director, Gregg Museum. On the Gregg’s YouTube Channel.
Nov 12, 2020 Livestream of “A Thousand Throws” inatallation. Now available to view on YouTube
Nov. 19th Virtual Guided Tour of the Gregg
December 14th Windhover Instagram Livestream event.
December 17th Virtual Tour of the Gregg