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Art, food, and wine all in the same place for you to enjoy! Wine & dine on tastings by a top 10 Charlotte restaurant and one of the nation’s top-rated museum restaurants, Halcyon, Flavors from the Earth, and then take a guided tour of the Contemporary Art galleries.
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This event is located at Mint Museum Uptown
Herb Cohen will share his expertise and vast experience as a master ceramic artist as you view a film he made while creating a large platter.
Herb earned a BFA and MFA from Alfred University. Between his degrees he served in the US Army during the Korean war.
In 1956 he came to North Carolina where he was employed as an industrial ceramic designer for Hyalyn Porcelain Co. in Hickory and then came to work for the Mint Museum as exhibition director from 1958 to 1972. During those years he twice served as interim director.
He and his husband, José Fumero a fabric designer and painter, set up their studios in Blowing Rock where they created their work for 38 years. Herb’s work as a potter included functional stoneware, decorative unique pots, and sculpture.
He currently resides in Charlotte, North Carolina.
In 2012 the Mint Museum featured a solo exhibition, “Sophisticated Surfaces: The Pottery of Herb Cohen”. Learn more about Herb and his work in the brochure for this exhibition http://bit.ly/Herb_Cohen_Sophisticated_Surfaces
This event is located at Mint Museum Randolph
Held on one of the best dance floors in Charlotte, this bi-monthly, drop-in event presents varied cultural themes. Mint to Move is not just a dance party, but rather an artistic and cultural experience paying tribute to visual and performing artists from Latin, African, & Caribbean countries. It is based on artist Sheila Hicks’ “May I Have This Dance?”
We are thrilled to announce our new college focused program College Lab @ the Mint: Spring Edition at Mint Museum Randolph! This program will include FREE admission to the museum, career development sessions, and an opportunity for students to improve their presentation skills. The event will be held on February 23 from 2 – 6 PM at Mint Museum Randolph.