Below is a sampling of objects from France that can be found in the Gregg Museum of Art & Design's permanent collection. The Gregg has a permanent collection of over 20,000 objects. The Gregg’s collecting focus reflects the mission of North Carolina State University and supports its academic programs by providing research opportunities for NCSU students and the citizens of North Carolina and beyond. For more information about the collection please click here or contact our curator of education at email@example.com.
During your stay, we encourage participants in the Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium to visit the Gregg Museum in person to see our current exhibitions, BARKCLOTH, BRAS, AND BULLETPROOF COTTON: THE POWERS OF COSTUME, and TEXTILES OF EXILE. Admission is free and open to the public. Click here for hours and location. Please contact Curator of Education Zoe Starling at 919-513-7244 to arrange special group tours or view items from the archives.
To return to the 38th Annual Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium webpage, click here.
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