About

The Gregg Museum of Art & Design is a collecting museum at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC. The collection includes, but is not limited to, textiles, ceramics, outsider/folk art, photography, architectural drawings & modern furniture. The Gregg Museum of Art & Design also puts on 6-8 exhibitions per year in its two galleries, in addition to exhibiting work at various places in the Talley Student Center and around campus.

Mission:

The North Carolina State University Gregg Museum of Art & Design collects, interprets and exhibits exemplary hand and machine-made objects to foster learning and understanding of the cultures of North Carolina and the world.

  • Promotion of learning and understanding of the cultures of North Carolina and the world supports North Carolina State University’s mission as a land-grant institution that serves the people of and respects the heritage of North Carolina, thus also supporting the mission of the Division of Academic and Student Affairs to enhance the quality of life.
  • Innovative research opportunities to study the mastery of fundamentals, the intellectual discipline and creativity required to make useful and beautiful objects are provided the NC State students and faculty by the collection, thus supporting the mission of a Research-I university and supporting the mission of the Division of Academic Student Affairs to facilitate intellectual, ethical and personal growth.
  • The material diversity of the University’s collection as developed by the Gregg Museum of Art & Design models the great human diversity of the state, the region and the world and supports, by example, the values of creating a culture that engenders respect for that diversity.
  • The University’s collection of exemplary objects represents many different examples of creativity, innovation and leadership whose successes enrich, enhance and expand the lives of individuals, communities and nations thus modeling excellence and further engendering a respect for the values that produced these objects.

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