Founded in 1838, Greensboro College is not only a university but well-known for its art galleries and exhibits. Several exhibits are featured yearly. FREE.
The museum’s collections consist of a variety of archival materials and artifacts that relate to historical events at Greensboro College; are directly associated with students, alumni, faculty, staff or administrative bodies; or that supplement the documentation and study of the United Methodist Church as it relates to the college. Within the museum’s holdings are college…Read more
As the Piedmont Triad’s largest state university, UNCG boasts 14,300 students and more than 800 faculty members. This coeducational campus is located near downtown Greensboro and offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees in a variety of concentrations. Cultural programs and entertainment are presented by the Weatherspoon Art Museum, the University Concert/Lecture Series, the School of…Read more
Comprised of the Mattye Reed African Heritage Collection, dedicated to the ancestral and contemporary arts of Africa and the Caribbean; and the H. Clinton Taylor Collection, which centers on the work of both emerging and established African American artists. Located in the Dudley Building on the N.C. A&T campus. Call for tour information.
Nationally recognized for its exceptional collection of 5,600 modern and contemporary art works, and for its dynamic, thought-provoking exhibitions. Well-known artists in the collection include Matisse, de Kooning, Calder, Hesse, LeWitt, Sherman, Warhol, and many more. Fifteen or more annual exhibitions are held.
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The Leonard J. Kaplan Center for Wellness is a 216,000 sq. ft. recreation facility designed to serve UNC Greensboro students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The entire Recreation & Wellness staff is dedicated to offering a unique recreation experience to all members by use of state of the art equipment and a diverse set of group…Read more