A large maze like structure constructed on the lawn of Mint Museum Randolph

Project Ten Ten Ten

Complied portraits of all artist participating in Project ten ten ten
Artists included in "Project Ten Ten Ten" exhibition (clockwise from top): Danny Lane, Hildur Bjarnadóttir, Tetsunori Kawana, Joseph Walsh, Ted Noten, Ayala Serfaty, Kate Malone, Susan Point, Cristina Cordova, and Tom Joyce.

  Mint Museum Uptown  |  Ongoing

Ten of the world’s most innovative artists created works especially for The Mint Museum, demonstrating spectacular examples of glass, jewelry, furniture, fiber art, ceramics, metalwork, carved wood, and lighting design. 

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A man kneels infant of artwork teaching a group of children what it is

Coveted Colors | Year of the Collection

  Mint Museum Randolph /   Mint Museum Uptown
Oct 2015 – Oct 2016

The global scale and scope of our collections provides us with the unique ability to enrich the conversation about art and the human condition. The Mint Museum’s collections are the seamless intersection between art and design.

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Thin ceramic bowls filled with small coffee-bean items.

80 X 80: An Art Show

  Mint Museum Uptown  |  June 10-25, 2016

80×80 consists of a total of 80 works of art, in commemoration of The Mint Museum’s approaching 80th Anniversary.

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up close of a dress with birds and flowers on it

Outdoor Is In

  Mint Museum Uptown  |  Oct. 19 – Nov. 6, 2016

Adams Outdoor Advertising partners with the Mint’s Year of the Woman for a pop-up fashion show of 19 dresses made from vinyl billboards.

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Collage of a abstract figure swirling through the canvas.

Kidnapped Pagans: A Charlotte Arts Project

  Mint Museum Uptown  |  April 29 – May 21, 2017

Engaging in issues of history, culture, and the black experience, artist Antoine Williams combines drawing, painting, and collage to present and challenge the spaces that people of color occupy within our society.

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Gendered: An Inclusive Art Show

  Mint Museum Uptown  |  June 16 – July 21, 2017

GENDERED, organized by Young Affiliates of the Mint, seeks to create an inclusive arts forum for gender and its common intersectionalities with race, class, sexuality, and identity.

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Interventions

Interventions

Interventions is a new series at the Mint in which contemporary works are placed amongst permanent collection installations to create a critical dialogue between past and present.

Installation is on view now

Charlotte artist Julio Gonzalez reminds us of the legacy of the Mayan people by creating contemporary art that draws on their culture and traditions. Born in Atlanta to a father of Mexican Aztec descent and a mother of Honduran Maya ancestry, Gonzalez has sought to reclaim this cultural heritage through his work, using their familiar graphic forms and the vivid line work of their glyphs.

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Where to find it

“Art of the Ancient Americas” gallery on the second floor of Mint Museum Randolph

Emergence #3, 2016, Mixed media on wood
Venganza, 2020, from The Scribe Series, Watercolor and ink on paper. Courtesy of the artist
Amuleto, 2020, from The Scribe Series, Watercolor and ink on paper. Courtesy of the artist
Quetzalcoatl, 2020, from The Scribe Series, Watercolor and ink on paper. Courtesy of the artist
Saliendo de la Cueva, 2020, from The Scribe Series, Watercolor and ink on paper. Courtesy of the artist
Cumpleaños, 2020, from The Scribe Series, Watercolor and ink on paper. Courtesy of the artist
Vive tu Sueño, 2020, from The Scribe Series, Watercolor and ink on paper. Courtesy of the artist
Tree of Life, 2020, Wool. Courtesy of the artist
Itzamná, 2015, Wool. Courtesy of the artist
Ah Puch, 2018, Wool. Courtesy of the artist
Two copies of the Gonzalez Pocket Codex, 2020, Ink on paper and artificial fur. Courtesy of the artist
Gonzalez Codex, 2018, Ink on paper and 3D printed plastic resin mounted on wood. Courtesy of Cassie Brown & John Cornely
Facsimile of Codex Peresianus (Codex Paris), 1968, Published Akademische Druck-u.Verlagsanstalt, Graz, Austria. Mint Museum Library Gift of Dr. Francis Robicsek

The Year of Fashion at the Mint Museum

  Mint Museum Randolph /   Mint Museum Uptown  |  July 1 2017-June 30 2018

The Mint has collected fashion for more than 40 years, and celebrates the art form with three extraordinary exhibitions during 2017-2018

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