Closed for construction since 2013, NC State University’s Gregg Museum of Art & Design will reopen with a day of activities on Saturday, August 26, 2017.
Arts & Culture
After 3 more months of work construction is still steadily progressing. Electrical work has continued and is close to completion. Drywall is mostly complete, wood baseboard is being installed and flooring is being finished in many
Local Artists and Designers to Collaborate on Environmental Art Project to Acknowledge Growth in Raleigh, Explore Human Relationship with Progress and Nature
Construction is still moving along steadily after 4 more months of work. Insulation, brick and atlantic white cedar siding are being installed on the building exterior. Walls are framed and are being sheathed with plywood and drywall. Installation
Over the last 3 months construction has been moving along at a steady pace thanks to the good weather we have had. The final pieces of the steel structure were installed on the addition and the stud walls began going up.
“The House that Modernism Built” presents the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art’s rich mid-20th century art collection alongside furniture, textile and ceramic holdings on loan from the Gregg Museum of Art & Design and other collections.
The North Carolina Museums Council honored the exhibition “Life’s Little Dramas: Puppets, Proxies and Spirits” with two 2016 Gold Awards of Excellence at their annual conference in Winston-Salem last week.
Over the last three months, construction has progressed steadily alongside weather delays. The concrete for the foundation walls and floor of the addition is complete. The steel beams and decking for the galleries on the main floor
Gregg Museum & NCSU Libraries Extend Popular Puppet Exhibit through February (Raleigh, NC) – The NCSU Libraries is pleased to extend Life’s Little Dramas: Puppets, Proxies, and Spirits, an exhibit conceived and curated by NC State’s
After the ceremonial groundbreaking on April 14, 2015, official construction on the new Gregg Museum started June 1. Bulldozers, concrete trucks, and other heavy machinery made their way onto the site at 1903 Hillsborough Street