The Gregg Museum of Art & Design
November 14, 2017 - 10:00 am
Come and spend the morning with us at the Gregg Museum. This is a free collecting and exhibiting museum with more than 35,000 objects, making art easily accessible to the NC State community and public, knowing there’s nothing like seeing the real thing up close.
The Gregg did not begin as a museum; it became one.The story began when a former NC State chancellor and dean sought to enhance NC State’s mission by acquiring and exhibiting art that reflects the university’s curricula. By the late 1970s this program had evolved into the Visual Arts Program. With the opening of an addition to Talley Student Center in 1992, it became the Visual Arts Center.
In May 2013 the Gregg moved from the second and third floors of Talley to a temporary space. The Gregg Museum reopened in its new home at 1903 Hillsborough Street on August 26, 2017.
Reservations are requested by Friday, November 10 at 9am