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UNC's Ackland Art Museum features unusual exhibits


The big block letters and an abstract interactive jungle gym on the front lawn are quite inviting. “We want to get you up on the terrace so that you’ll come on into the museum after you’ve had some fun,” Katie Ziglar said. Ziglar is the director of UNC's Ackland Art Museum. Ziglar said what you see outdoors is a visual sampler platter of the menu of arts inside. (Spectrum News)

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UNC's Ackland Art Museum features unusual exhibits


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