An aerial view of the new Gregg Museum. N.C. State's Gregg Museum of Art & Design will get a much more visible home when it moves to the former chancellor's house on Hillsborough Street in 2014.
An aerial view of the new Gregg Museum. N.C. State's Gregg Museum of Art & Design will get a much more visible home when it moves to the former chancellor's house on Hillsborough Street in 2014. COURTESY OF ROGER W. WINSTEAD
An aerial view of the new Gregg Museum. N.C. State's Gregg Museum of Art & Design will get a much more visible home when it moves to the former chancellor's house on Hillsborough Street in 2014. COURTESY OF ROGER W. WINSTEAD

The Gregg, temporarily a “museum without walls,” picks its spots

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