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Recent Releases

Exhibition: Making Room: Familiar Art, New Stories >Receiver by Contemporary Sculptor Huma Bhabha Arrives on Campus at UNC Greensboro >Weatherspoon Art Museum Announces Performing Arts Residency When We were Queens... >Weatherspoon Welcomes Meiyolet Méndez >Exhibition: Lorraine O'Grady: Both/And >Exhibition: Angela Fraleigh >Exhibition: Seven Masters >Exhibition: Art on Paper 2021 >Only Southeast Venue to Share Exhibition Dedicated to the Late Works of Helen Frankenthaler >Weatherspoon Atrium Gets a New Mural by Artist Sheena Rose >UNCG News: Terra Foundation Grant for Weatherspoon >Exhibition: Xaviera Simmons: Falk Visiting Artist >Three Exhibitions Explore Slow Looking >Exhibition: Ties that Bind: Selections from the Collection >Announces Establishment of Cone Memorial Directorship >UNCG Announces New Director for Weatherspoon >Grant Announcement: WAM Recieves $30,000 NEA Grant >Exhibition: Mirror, Mirror: The Prints of Alison Saar >Exhibition: Art on Paper 2019 >Sherrill/Gingrow Docent Education Endowment... >
NOTE: Members of the press seeking more information about exhibitions and programs, interviews with Museum staff, or images should contact the Museum's communications officer: Loring Mortensen, PR + Communications Officer, lamorten@uncg.edu, (336) 256-1451

Please note appointments are required to take professional photography or video in the galleries. Review our personal photography policy on our Plan Your Visit page.

The Weatherspoon cannot grant permission or supply images for works from other collections or institutions.

If you are an artist, or an artist's representative, and are hoping to receive documentation of your work at the Weatherspoon Art Museum for archival purposes, please contact Alice Culclasure at: anculcla@uncg.edu.

WAM in the News

Weatherspoon Prepares for Its Fall Open House >11 Ways to Discover the Artistic Side of Greensboro >Making Room in Your Weekend Schedule to Visit the Weatherspoon Art Museum at UNC-Greensboro >The Weatherspoon Art Museum Opens a New Installation: Making Room: Familiar Art, New Stories >Making Room: Familiar Art, New Stories >View Photographs from Bank of America Collection at Weatherspoon >15 Best Things To Do in Greensboro NC >'Transformative' Gift: Sloans Give Frankenthaler Painting to Weatherspoon >Endowed Curatorship Will Elevate Education at WAM >Shared Space: The New Era (1987-2010) >Exhiben arte mexicano en museo de Greensboro >UNCG News: Portraits Made Public - Dr. N. Frank Woods >Highlights of Culture Mill Residency When We were Queens... >ArtDaily.com: Receiver by Contemporary Sculptor Huma Bhabha Arrives on Campus at UNC Greensboro  >Weatherspoon: Great Art; Great Coffee >To Serve the People: Prints from Mexico's Taller de Gráfica Popular >The Weatherspoon Exhibits Prints from Mexico's Taller de Gráfica Popular >Weatherspoon Art Museum: In-Person Events Resume! >Greensboro: 7 Best Places To Visit In Greensboro, NC >Virginia Dwan, Behind-the-Scenes Force in the Art World, Dies at 90 >Making Her Presence Known: Behind the Scenes of Student Curation at the Weatherspoon >ICYMI: New Art Shows to Experience Across the Triad >Animations, Animals, Amazing Alumna: WAM Summer Exhibitions >NY Times: The Art World Loves Basketballs >UNCG's Weatherspoon Exhibitions Focus on Animation, Beasts, and Awe-Inspiring Objects  >Burnaway - Lorraine O'Grady: Both/And  >Ignoring the Standard: Lorraine O'Grady at the Weatherspoon >27 Things to Do in Greensboro NC >Timely Before Her Time: Sprawling Show at the Weatherspoon >Groundbreaking Artist Retrospective at the Weatherspoon >Artist Lorraine O’Grady Invites Self-Reflection in Weatherspoon Retrospective >The Art of Now: Weatherspoon is Reframed >Can Digital Technology Help Us to Learn to Look Slowly?>Responding to the Times: Weatherspoon’s Art on Paper >CoWAM - New Art-Focused Student Group Builds Connections >iBelong Seeks Proposals to Build Stronger Spartan Community >Weatherspoon Highlights Fall Artwork for the Public >Lighting Sustainability at Weatherspoon Art Museum >Artdaily.com: Weatherspoon Welcomes Destiny Hemphill >Weatherspoon Partners in Social Justice Project >Vital Markings: 20 Years After Helen Frankethaler >Tate + Gate: A Hotspot for Innovation >Don't Forget: Xaviera Simmons at Weatherspoon Art Museum >6 Things to Do this Weekend in Greensboro >The 2020 Triad 100 >2020 Tough Year in the Art World >UNC Greensboro's Faculty Diversity Jumped in Five Years >Ties that Bind Reflect on Familial Relationships >Our State Knows Best: Cultivating an Eye for Art >A Very Bizarre Time to be Retiring: Nancy Doll >Closed Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Triad Art Venues >Ways to Enjoy Local Art and Art Making During COVID-19 >To the Hoop: Basketball and Contemporary Art >23 Best Things to Do in Greensboro >Museums Top List of Best Things to Do in Greensboro >The 20 Best Things to Do in Greensboro >To the Hoop Celebrates History, Artistry of Basketball >Weatherspoon Exhibit Showcases the Art of Basketball >Revealing Reflections: Alison Saar >Religion, Spiritual Practice Inspire Artist Terri Dowell-Dennis >UNCG's Weatherspoon Museum Aims for Diversity >Themes of Race and Identity - Artist Alison Saar >Greensboro Daily Photo - Alison Saar >Learning to "See" >Greensboro Daily Photo - Art on Paper >Art exhibition reclaims fairy tales from Disney + reimagine >'Art on Paper' exhibition returns to UNCG's Weatherspoon >'Art on Paper' celebrates 45th Exhibition >Looking Back: Eight exhibitions to remember and other >Weatherspoon Art Museum opens new exhibition: 'Dread & >The Art Tales of the Brothers Grimm >Tales of Trouble and Transformation: Fairy tales serve... >Weatherspoon hosts a deep dive on the fairy-tales canon >Greensboro Travel Guide: Things To Do >Artist Talk: Sanford Biggers at UNCG's Elliott University Center >Melding Textile and Tradition at the Weatherspoon >Versatile Material: This year's installment of "Art on Paper" >

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Weatherspoon Art Museum
UNC Greensboro
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