Artist Motoi Yamamoto shaping salt into a circle

Artist in Residence Motoi Yamamoto

  Mint Museum Uptown  |  FEB 18 2013 – MAR 3 2013

Beginning Feb 18, 2013, Motoi will begin work on an ambitious Saltwork, entitled “Floating Garden,” directly on the floor of the Morrison Atrium at Mint Museum Uptown.

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Bearing Witness: The New York Photo League and Sonia Handelman Meyer

  Mint Museum Randolph |  Nov 23 2013-Jun 29 2014

This exhibition comprises approximately 90 photographs by the New York Photo League, with a special spotlight on the work of Sonia Handelman Meyer.

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Inventing the Modern World: Decorative Arts at the World’s Fairs 1851-1939

  Mint Museum Uptown / | Sep 22 2013-Jan 19 2014

This groundbreaking exhibition presents examples of glass, furniture, jewelry, ceramics, precious metalwork, and textiles from The World’s Fairs (1851-1939).

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Jennifer Steinkamp: Orbit 12

  Mint Museum Uptown |   Aug 17 2013-Jul 3 2016

Jennifer Steinkamp employs computer animation and new media to create projection installations in order to explore ideas about nature, architecture, motion, and perception.

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North Carolina Pottery, Then and Now

  Mint Museum Randolph |   Aug 17 2013-Jul 3 2016

Selections from the museum’s recent exhibition, “A Thriving Tradition: 75 Years of Collecting North Carolina Pottery,” are supplemented by more highlights from the museum’s permanent collection.

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Still Lives: Early Works by Sharon Core

  Mint Museum Uptown / | May 8 2013-Nov 9 2014

Sharon Core has worked with the subject of food in various forms for the past fifteen years.

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Dior, Balmain, Saint Laurent: Elegance and Ease

  Mint Museum Randolph | Apr 27 2013-Sep 7 2014

Elegance and Ease explores the fashions of these three top Parisian designers with selections from The Mint Museum’s Fashion Collection.

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American Glass

  Mint Museum Randolph | Apr 6 2013-Sep 13 2015

An exhibition showcasing objects by American glass companies to illustrate the variety of forms and styles that prevailed during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

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