Programs are open to the public and admission is free. Additional programs will be added throughout the spring.

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Navajo Craft Master Residency at the Gregg Museum

March 11-18

Navajo weaving with Mary Redmustache Keahey and Navajo basket making with Betty Hawley to accompany the exhibition Treasures of Native America. They will be weaving at the Gregg Museum Tuesday through Saturday 10 am -12pm and 1-4pm, Sundays 1-5pm. The Museum is closed Mondays. Learn more about the program here>.


Music Performance

Wednesday March 14, 7:30pm

ETHEL with Robert Mirabal: A Preview. In conjunction with Treasures of Native America, NC State Live presents indie-classical quartet ETHEL with three-time Grammy Award-winning Native American musician and instrument maker Robert Mirabal.



Thursday March 15, 6pm

Opening reception for Design Duet: The Creative Lives of Robert Black and Ormond Sanderson. Paintings, ceramics and enamels by the pioneer NC modernists.


Artist Talk and Craft Master Artist Residency

Gallery Talk – Thursday March 22, 6pm

Drop in Studio Time with the Artists – Friday, March 23 – 12-5pm and/or Saturday, March 24 – 12-5pm

Fire and Hammer. Renowned metalsmith/furniture designer Vivian Beer and blacksmith Elizabeth Brim discuss their creative practices on Thursday, March 22 at 6pm. Visit both artists in the Shopspace studio (303 Kinsey St. Raleigh) on Friday, March 23, 12-5pm and/or Saturday, March 24, 12-5pm while they will be collaborating on artwork and demonstrating their processes.  Find more details here>.

Gregg Ride bike tour

Saturday March 24, 10am

Take a casual bike ride from the Gregg Museum to the NC Art Museum and back along a 10.1 mile tour of the Capital Area Greenway Trail.  The ride is FREE with registration (limited to 150 riders) and even if you don’t have a bike, Lime Bike is offering their bikes for a free ride on this tour.  Find out about start times, registration and more at


Gallery Talk

Thursday April 5, 6pm

Carolina Awakens in the Modern World. Jennifer Sudul Edwards, PhD, curator of Charlotte’s Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, offers vivid context and insight for Design Duet.


Bee Programs

Saturday April 14, 1pm

Catching a Buzz. An afternoon of presentations inspired by the Gregg’s Jackson-Thiem Garden, with horticultural science professor Anne Spafford; founder and head bee-keeper of Apiopolis/Urban Bee Sanctuary Alice Hinman; poet Jeffery Beam (bee poems down through the ages, including his own Life of the Bee); and other sensual delights. Feel free to bring a picnic!


Project Runway + the Gregg Museum

Thursday April 19, 12-1pm

Defining Inspirations. NC State’s Art2Wear presents wearable art inspired by the Gregg Museum’s collection, with Project Runway designers Dom Streater, Mondo Guerra, and Justin LeBlanc.


Yoga in the Garden

Thursday April 26 6pm

Take a break before finals! NC State’s Dance Program Master Class Outdoor Series, led by dance faculty member Autumn Mist Belk. Bring a mat or towel and enjoy the spring amidst the butterflies and hummingbirds.


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


The Gregg Museum is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10am-5 pm, Thursday 10am-9 pm, and Sunday 1pm-5pm. Closed Mondays. Open First Fridays until 7pm. 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 prior to your visit.