Greenville Museum of Art
Founded in 1939 as a Works Progress Administration Gallery, the Greenville Museum of Art (GMA) now houses an impressive collection of 20th-century American art and the largest permanent display of Jugtown Pottery in Eastern North Carolina. Situated in Uptown Greenville, the Museum is a dynamic, regional resource for the fine arts. Visitors and members alike enjoy contemporary works by North Carolina artists and exhibits of national, regional and local importance. In addition to the collections and exhibits, GMA serves as an educational resource for citizens of all ages.