ECU alumna interviewed on NPR’s ‘Out of Bounds’

ECU School of Art graduate Barb McPhail was interviewed on NPR’s Out of Bounds with Tish Pearlman, Nov. 10. The program will again on Nov. 13. Hear the show at . Read more about McPhail.


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