About the Gregg
The Gregg Museum of Art & Design is a collecting museum at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC. As one of the programs of the umbrella organization ARTS NC STATE, the Gregg Museum operates under the Division of Academic and Student Affairs.
The Gregg's collecting focus reflects the mission of North Carolina State University and supports its academic programs by providing research opportunities and educational resources for NCSU students and the public.
Its collection has strengths in, but is not limited to, textiles (including garments), ceramics, outsider/folk art, paintings, photography, sculpture, architectural drawings, archaeological artifacts, ethnographic materials and modern furniture.
As part of a research-extensive land-grant university, the Gregg Museum of Art & Design inspires creativity, innovation, and the expression of ideas. The Gregg Museum makes its collections and activities freely accessible to the university, community, and to the public.
In fulfilling its mission, the Gregg Museum
*Acquires and preserves a collection relevant to the university and the state;
*Encourages the use of the collection for teaching, learning, research and enjoyment.
*Illuminates the human experience through thought-provoking exhibitions and publications; and
*Facilitates critical and creative thinking, lifelong learning, and a passion for discovery through instruction and programs.
Curator of Educational Resources
Email Zoe Starling
Email Mary Hauser
Email Janine LeBlanc
Museum Operations Manager
Email Hilary Kinlaw