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Lia Cook's Faces and Mazes

Gregg Museum of Art and Design, NCSU Campus—American textile artist Lia Cook's large, striking weavings evoke primal sensations associated with childhood. Employing an electronic Jacquard hand loom, she weaves faces composed of maze-like patterns that demand close contemplation. Admission to the museum is free; hours are Monday–Friday noon–8 p.m. and weekends 2–8 p.m. Cook's work is on view through May 15. Visit —David Fellerath

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