Guided Tours of our Virtual Exhibitions
Interact with the art at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design in a whole new way. “Walk” through our museum and current exhibitions with staff member Christina Wytko, virtually presented on Zoom, as she gives an in-depth guided tour of the exhibitions. Made available in real time, visitors will be able to ask questions about the exhibition as it’s presented! Learn about the art, the artists, and the museum itself. Featuring “All Is Possible-Mary Ann Scherr’s Legacy in Metal” and “All That Glitters-Spark and Dazzle from the Permanent Collection“. Registration is required. Please be aware that due to a recent Zoom bombing, the registration process is a 2-step process. For any questions or for technical information, please contact Christina Wytko, or call 919-515-2768.
FALL Programs 2020
|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. Register Here.|
|“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 Join Gregg Education staff as they provide a virtual walk-through of the museum’s online tours. Register Here.|
Oct 1, 4pm
|“A Conversation about Art” – discussions with Roger Manley, Director, Gregg Museum (second of three). On the Gregg’s YouTube Channel.|
Oct 15, 4pm
Virtual Artist Talk and presentation with sculptor-photographer Stephen Althouse. Objects of Intention is now open at the Gregg Museum. Althouse begins with art pieces he creates using man-made and natural objects, cloth, tools, and simple farm machinery. He then records images of them using large format film cameras and highly specialized printing and development processes. The resulting prints are quite large (up to 9 feet wide), and display exquisite detail and rich tones, commanding a sculptural presence. These mystic, almost sacred depictions of the human experience are further enriched by the artist through the addition of deftly embedded messages in the images themselves. https://gregg.arts.ncsu.edu/exhibitions/objects-of-intention/.
A YouTube recording of this program will be available.
|Oct 22, 12pm||
A Conversation with Artist Susan Harbage Page and Gregg Director Roger Manley –
Join photographer Susan Harbage Page and Gregg Museum Director Roger Manley for a virtual program and discussion about Harbage Page’s photographs in a past exhibition, Borderlands – Evidence from the Rio Grande (Gregg Museum, February 7-July 28, 2019). Images of the photographer’s recent work will also be included in the presentation.
|Oct 22, 4pm||Virtual Guided Tour of the Gregg – Featuring Borderlands-Evidence from the Rio Grande, photographs by Susan Harbage Page. Register Here.|
Nov 5, 4pm
|“A Conversation about Art” Last of three in-depth interviews with Roger Manley, Director, Gregg Museum. On the Gregg’s YouTube Channel.|
|Nov 19, 4pm||Virtual Guided Tour of the Gregg – Possible features: Current exhibitions, the permanent collection, and previous exhibitions. Led by Education staff. Register Here.|
Stay tuned for additional programs and further updates.
Programs are open to the public and admission is free.
Due to the popularity of programs and events, please be aware there is usually limited seating available. Please arrive early enough to choose your seat!
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The Gregg Museum is currently closed to the public due to the pandemic. We will be updating our public information as that situation changes.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org prior to your visit.