Author: ewmccaul

February 15, 2019

Susan Harbage Page at the Gregg

Thursday, February 21 at 6pm. The artist discusses her work, her current exhibition “Borderlands”, and engages in a discussion with community members on the topic of the U.S./Mexico border and immigration.

February 7, 2019

Spring is Springing at the Gregg!

Our garden is in the process of spring sprucing-up! Come and enjoy our beautiful outdoor spaces when the weather is warm! Great place to study, have lunch, meet with friends, or take a stroll!

February 5, 2019

Exhibitions Opening This Week

6pm Thursday February 7th “Borderlands-Evidence from the Rio Grande” by Susan Harbage Page “Explorations-Science Sculptures” by Christina Lorena Weisner  

February 5, 2019

William Dodge at the Gregg, Noon February 6

Come spend your lunch break with Vernon Pratt and William Dodge, who will be giving a personal tour of the work “All the Possibilities of Sixteen” in its final week of exhibition.

February 5, 2019

Jean Michel Dissake in Residency

Cameroonian artist Jean Michel Dissake begins his residency this week, and will present a talk on his work and the works of the Arts Village students on February 14 at 6pm.

January 23, 2019

Self-Taught Art Lecture

Thursday January 24, 6pm at the Gregg. Given by museum director Roger Manley in conjunction with Left-Handed Liberty.

January 23, 2019

Inspired Echo: Dance Faculty Performance

Thursday January 31 6pm and 7:30pm, in the Black Sanderson Gallery. Featuring works inspired by Vernon Pratt’s “All the Possibilities of Sixteen”.

January 4, 2019

Cupcakes and Art – Welcome to the Gregg Museum

As part of Winter Welcome Week, the Gregg hosts an art party and cupcake bar on January 10 at 6pm. Visitors will explore their crafty side and play some art games as part of the

January 4, 2019

Guided Tour of the Gregg Tonight!

5:30pm. This staff-led tour offers stories behind the art and the museum itself. Exhibitions featured are “All the Possibilities of Sixteen” by Vernon Pratt, and “Left-Handed Liberty”, works from the permanent collection. Free and open