Programs


To accompany and enhance its exhibitions and other educational activities, the Gregg Museum schedules a wide range of programs, including lectures, artist residencies, film screenings, virtual and in-person tours, and other immersive art experiences throughout the year. All are open to NC State and general public audiences alike and provide a welcoming environment in which to discover and exchange ideas.


SPRING-SUMMER 2021 Programs

Virtual Experiences

Thursday, May 6, 4pm
Gregg YouTube Channel
YouTube launch-Show & Tell: Japanese Redware Tokoname is one of Japan’s six most important ancient kiln towns, known for its ceramic water pipes and for its signature “redware” and fine Japanese teapots. From the medieval period to the present day, Tokoname’s ceramics industry area has boasted a scale of production unparalleled in most parts of the world. Show & Tell videos examine a single object, offering an up-close tour or highlighting Gregg Museum special projects.
Thursday, May 20, 4pm
Registration Required
Virtual Guided Tour of exhibitions at the Gregg Museum. Join a staff-guided virtual tour via Zoom, where attendees “walk through” exhibitions at the museum. Registration is required. (Note: It is also possible to visit the museum in person, Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm.)
Thursday, May 27, 4pm
Gregg YouTube Channel
YouTube launch Gregg Staff “behind the scenes” interview with Assistant Registrar Jordan Cao. On the Gregg’s YouTube Channel .
Thursday, June 3, 4pm
Gregg YouTube Channel
YouTube launch – Show & Tell: Chris Hondros Liberian Government Troops Push Back Rebels. Archival pigment print photograph, 2003. Chris Hondros was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize for his July 20, 2002 photo of Liberian loyalist commander Joseph Duo exulting after firing a rocket at rebel militiamen during a battle for control of the Liberian capital, Monrovia. Hondros was killed on the morning of April 20, 2011 while photographing in Misrata, Libya. Hondros had a solo exhibition of his photography at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design in the fall of 2005. He will long be missed by all his friends here at NC State. An exhibition of Chris Hondros photographs will be on view at the Gregg Museum from June 3-January 9, 2022.
Thursday, June 10, 4pm
Gregg YouTube Channel
YouTube launchFantastic Fans: The Collection of Emma Hanford Smith. This remarkable assortment of hand fans was acquired between 1890 and 1920 by Emma Hanford Smith (1866-1946), who accompanied her husband, famed ichthyologist Hugh McCormick Smith, on many scientific expeditions around the world. The Gregg Museum is now the repository of nearly four hundred fans in the Smith Collection gathered from every inhabited continent.
Thursday, June 17, 4pm
Registration Required
Virtual Guided Tour of Animate Earth Adventures in Mimetolithia led by Gregg staff. Join this virtual tour via Zoom, where attendees “walk through” exhibitions at the museum. In the deserts of the Southwest, Nasisse photographs amazing landforms that resemble ghosts, ancient statues, or remnants of lost civilizations. In his studio, he makes ceramics that straddle the boundary between accidental and intentional, creating figures that seem to emerge from the clay on their own. All the while he engages with what is probably the most basic impulse of the human imagination:  the tendency to “see things in things” through his heightened sense of pareidolia. Registration is required (Note: It is also possible to visit the museum in person, Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm).
Thursday, June 24, 10am
Registration will be required.
Socially distanced Yoga in the Garden. Bring a mat and mask, participation is FREE. Space is limited due to distancing regulations, and registration is required.

Stay tuned for upcoming virtual programs, tours and other updates!

Programs are open to the public and admission is free.

Guided Tours of Virtual Exhibitions

Interact with the art at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design in a whole new way. Please be aware that registration process is a 2-step process. For any questions or for technical information, please contact Christina Wytko, or call 919-515-2768.

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You can check out past events on our Past Programs page.

The Gregg Museum is currently offering reduced hours of Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm.

During normal operation, please refer to the information below.

The Gregg Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday 10am-5 pm, Thursdays until 9 pm, First Fridays until 7pm, and Sunday 1pm-5pm. Closed Mondays. Events are open to the public and admission is free. The Gregg Museum of Art & Design strives to maintain the best accessibility standards possible. If you need access accommodations or have suggestions for improving accessibility at the Gregg, call 919-515-3503 or e-mail us prior to your visit.