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Summer Wheat’s monumental Foragers underscores the Mint’s ongoing commitment to women artists, perspectives historically underrepresented in museums

Celebrating the power of women in art: The Mint Museum and Charlotte Symphony Orchestra

A Conversation with Summer Wheat, the artist behind Foragers

Holiday decor at Mint Museum Store

Intersect Chicago Studio Talks

Fall into fashion with these seasonal picks from The Mint Museum Store

Kevin Cole studio tour with Young Affiliates of the Mint

Charlotte Symphony Orchestra inaugurates installation of ‘Foragers’

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day

A look back at the Mint through the years with Herb Cohen

Contemporary North Carolina ceramics at The Mint Museum

September is pottery month at The Mint Museum Store

‘Tune In’ installation connects the past and future of our society

15+ items that celebrate women, and the women’s right to vote

So you want to work in a museum? Career Chat with Mint staff

Get a sneak peek of our newest exhibition “New Days, New Works”

Books for kids, and podcasts for parents that help teach justice for all

Fiber artist Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi spearheads exhibition of quilts in response to George Floyd’s death

6 books for children that teach about Black history, cultural differences and similarities

Latin Music @ the Mint: Virtual Concert

13 artists of influence on Instagram to follow now

8 books that educate about racism, inequality, and its repeated history in America

HB2 Squirrels shake up expectations of social norms and shine spotlight LGBTQIA+ issues

Sphere Series: Responsibility of Representing with Linda Foard Roberts

Must-watch shows that reflect on racial identity, protest and history

Celebrating Juneteenth with community discussions, music, storytelling and more

5 works of art selected for Interactive CLT augmented reality series

6 art books that raise the curtain on black artists, racism and protest

8 pieces of art created in response to the challenges of social injustice

Immersed in Light: A Guided Meditation with Diane Lowry

From war-torn Colombia to the Mint: How one staffer found her home away from home at the museum

Deciphering what the information in a museum label means

6 common misconceptions about visiting The Mint Museum — and what to know instead

Connecting communities through cultural initiatives

Through the eyes of a docent, a closer look at the Mint’s permanent collection

The Mint Supports a Donor’s Desire to Give Back

Take a virtual gallery tour of the drawing room in the “Classic Black” exhibition

6 works of art that celebrate motherhood

12 gifts hand selected for Mother’s Day

9 ways to get creativity flowing during a WFH lunch break

14 pro tips to take your best snapshots

Immersed in Light: A Guided Meditation with NC Yoga Bar

Take a virtual gallery tour of The Library of Classic Black

Why museum exhibition design can be more than a white box

The Mint Museum celebrates the life of Dr. Francis Robicsek, a pioneering heart surgeon, art collector and Renaissance man

Remembering Dr. David C. Driskell, a pioneering artist and scholar

Spring cleaning during shelter-in-place? Here are tips for preserving all your favorite things, from photos to clothes to important documents

Really, though: What should we do when artists we love behave badly?

Documentary on Terra Forma environmental works by Crista Cammaroto

Take a virtual gallery tour of Classic Black’s unforgettable Sculpture Hall

Rubie Britt-Height on the importance of a museum’s community relationships. 

Hear about the design of our groundbreaking exhibition on The Biscuit CLT.

From basalt to charcoal: don’t miss this gallery-sketching time lapse inside the Mint’s ‘Classic Black’ exhibition

These documentaries will help you get your art fix from home

5 podcasts that make us excited about art, even if we can’t see it

14 more books to delve into while staying in during COVID-19

12 Books Mint Staffers Are Reading During These Crazy COVID-19 Times

The Mint Museum’s history is women’s history