All programs in March and April have been canceled due to the current health emergency.

Updates on rescheduling will be posted here. 


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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Thursday, March 19 6pm – CANCELED

Guest lecture: “Of Space Suits and Gas Masks: The Biosensing Jewelry of Mary Ann Scherr” by Kayleigh Perkov, visiting scholar at the Feminist Research Institute, University of California Davis.


Thursday, March 26 6pm- CANCELED

Yoga in the Garden  Bring a mat or towel, but participation is free.


Thursday, April 2 6pm All Is Possible Tour  – In-Person Tour CANCELED, NOW VIRTUAL

In-Person Highlight tour of All is Possible—Mary Ann Scherr’s Legacy in Metal now cancelled, and offered instead on Instagram LIVE. Same date and time.
@ncstategreggmuseum on Instagram.


APRIL First Friday at the Gregg – April 3 5:30-7pm – CANCELED, may be rescheduled

Featuring the Wolfpack Pickers


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

The Gregg Museum’s 2020 Earth Month Eco-Film Series features three riveting documentaries linked by the theme of water:


Chasing Coral  Tuesday, April 7 6:00pm

Teeming beauty is only a degree or two from stark tragedy in a stunning quest in which divers, photographers, and scientists set out to unravel the mystery of why the world’s coral reefs are disappearing so quickly. Using footage from thirty countries, director Jeff Orlowski spent three years creating a film that seeks to raise awareness of a global climate catastrophe already well underway. 


Darwin’s Nightmare  Wednesday, April 8 6:00pm

Once you’ve seen Hubert Sauper’s Academy Award-nominated Darwin’s Nightmare, you may never eat store-bought fish again. After predatory Nile Perch were introduced to Africa’s immense Lake Victoria, they began consuming all the native fish and multiplying so fast that the only way to salvage the disaster was to begin eating them in turn. Now Russian cargo planes haul each day’s catch to the world’s grocery chains in exchange for weapons and ammunition for the uncounted wars in the heart of the continent.


Watermark  Thursday, April 9 6:00pm

Water is a magnificent force of nature that we too often take for granted—until it’s gone. From renowned photographer Edward Burtynsky and award-winning filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nick de Pencier, Watermark offers breathtaking images and gorgeous cinematography to probe humankind’s complex relationship to what covers nearly three fourths of the earth’s surface and remains life’s most essential element.

All screenings are held at the Gregg Museum, 1903 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh (just across Pullen Road from the Memorial Belltower), and are free of charge. Seating may be limited, so arrive early!


Tuesday, April 14 3pm – CANCELED

Highlight tour of All is Possible—Mary Ann Scherr’s Legacy in Metal.
Registration Required.


Thursday, April 16 6pm – CANCELED

Artist talks: From Design by Time, Jacob Olmedo discusses clothing grown from plant materials, and from Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology, Erin Kirchner and MICA faculty advisor Ryan Hoover talk about Kerasynth, an animal-free wool produced from tissue cultures. These discussions of “living clothing” are offered the evening before NC State’s annual Art to Wear fashion show.


Thursday, April 23 6pm – CANCELED, TO BE RESCHEDULED

Exhibition opening reception for Across the Threshold of India—Art, Women, and Culture, featuring photographs by Martha Strawn and select objects from the Gregg’s permanent collection. By making intricately patterned ephemeral drawings on the ground before thresholds and entrances, Indian women sanctify the spaces between the physical and spiritual realms. The exhibition runs April 24 – October 18 in the Black-Sanderson Gallery. 


MAY First Friday at the Gregg – May 1 5:30-7pm

Featuring Soundscapes by Justin Kuhn

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


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 prior to your visit.