Associated with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the Museum's collection concentrates on 20th and 21st century American art.
Notable in the collection are the more than 700 Japanese woodblock prints and 67 Matisse prints and six bronzes, as well as prints and drawings by Pablo Picasso, Felix Valloton, Raoul Dufy and John Graham.
The Weatherspoon’s brick-paved garden features 7000 sq ft for the display of sculpture from the permanent collection.
Images of cities, villages, and expanses that exist beyond the suburbs
Explores visual affinities in structure, theme, and technique between objects of vastly different scale
Video and artworks consider the effects of America’s westward expansion on the landscape and wildlife
Various art styles and social issues from the 1960's
Contemporary artists using classical fairy tale themes
Contemporary art where the use of paper is a primary concern