These Zoom backgrounds will transform your next meeting into a work of art
Our team has put together backgrounds of our exhibition Classic Black: The Basalt Sculpture of Wedgwood and His Contemporaries to turn your living room into an art gallery. Use the downloadable images as backgrounds on Zoom or your favorite video conferencing technology.
Student artists sketch in Classic Black galleries
Afterschool Art Club Virtual Gallery Tour
From basalt to charcoal: don’t miss this gallery-sketching time lapse inside the Mint’s ‘Classic Black’ exhibition Read More
The Star Gallery is a place for students from around Charlotte to have their works displayed in The Mint Museum. The works presented rotate periodically to correspond with the themes present in our current special exhibitions and our permanent collection.
BURN YOUR ASSUMPTIONS | Spring-Summer 2020
Inspired by the Immersed In Light: Studio Drift at the Mint exhibition, Hough High School students worked to create pieces that explored the relationship between humanity, nature, and technology. Creating a dialogue about the in and out of body conversations we have with these relationships was our main focus. Throughout the work you can see that students worked with many materials, both tangible and digital. These works are from Katherine Allen’s Visual Art Honors and AP classes as well as Justin Pierce’s Media Arts Honors and AP classes.