(tex)Tile: Telling Stories with Ceramic Garments and the Body

Join Shae Bishop, ceramist, clothing designer, furniture maker, for a presentation at Mint Museum Randolph. Bishop examines the relationships between ceramics and textiles by making wearable garment-sculptures. Originally from Kentucky, he earned his bachelor’s degree in fine arts in Ceramics and Art History from the Kansas City Art Institute. He has exhibited work nationally and internationally, and has worked as studio assistant to sculptor Cristina Córdova. He has been awarded residencies at The Archie Bray Foundation in Montana, Red Star Studios in Kansas City, San Diego State University, and elsewhere in the United States, as well as in Hungary, Turkey, and Indonesia. He is currently based in North Carolina in the Penland-area artist community.

 

(tex)Tile: Telling Stories with Ceramic Garments and the Body
October 20, 2021 | 6-7:30 PM
Mint Museum Randolph
6 PM: Reception; 6:30 PM Program
Presented by Delhom Service League in collaboration with Friends of the Mint


This event is located at Mint Museum Randolph


 

CANCELED: (tex)TILE – with Friends of the Mint

PLEASE NOTE: This event has been canceled.

(tex)TILE, presented by Shae Bishop, Ceramist, Clothing Designer, Furniture Maker. Enjoy seeing Shae’s incredibly creative works and hearing about how they are made. We are pleased to present this multi-talented artist.

March 18, 2020
Mint Museum Randolph
6:00 P.M. Refreshments, 6:30 P.M. Program
In Collaboration with the Delhom Service League


This event is located at Mint Museum Randolph


 

Woman sitting in field looking over the pastoral landscape

Friends of the Mint: Jonathan Green

Friends of the Mint invite you to hear artist Jonathan Green speak. Green, based in Charleston, SC, is considered to be one of the most important southern painters. His colorful works reflect a sense of history and place and he has exhibited in major national and international venues.  The program is free and open to the public.


Organized in 1965, the Friends of the Mint stimulates interest in and support for the Arts. The Friends sponsor a series of lectures featuring nationally and internationally renowned speakers in the art world that are free to the public with museum admission. Learn more about Friends of the Mint.


This event is located at   Mint Museum Randolph


 

A man standing in front of a sculpture comprised of large ovals protruding from the ground

Friends of the Mint: Thomas Sayre

Friends of the Mint invite you to hear Thomas Sayre, Sculptor and Artist, present “Somewhere Between Earth and Sky”. Sayre is well known here in Charlotte for his largescale earth castings Grandiflora and Furrow. He will discuss his current work as well. The program is free and open to the public.


Organized in 1965, the Friends of the Mint stimulates interest in and support for the Arts. The Friends sponsor a series of lectures featuring nationally and internationally renowned speakers in the art world that are free to the public with museum admission. Learn more about Friends of the Mint.


This event is located at   Mint Museum Randolph


 

Women shoes against an empty backdrop

Friends of the Mint: Scott Nolley

Friends of the Mint invite you to hear Scott Nolley discuss “The Art of the Conservator”.

Mr. Nolley, Conservator of Exhibitions and Loans at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History in Washington DC. The program is free and open to the public.


Organized in 1965, the Friends of the Mint stimulates interest in and support for the Arts. The Friends sponsor a series of lectures featuring nationally and internationally renowned speakers in the art world that are free to the public with museum admission. Learn more about Friends of the Mint.


This event is located at   Mint Museum Randolph


 

Friends of the Mint: Dustin Shores

Come hear Dustin Shores, Director of Community Engagement at The Light Factory, discuss The Light Factory’s focus to inspire and empower the community through photography. He will also give an overview of The Light Factory’s exhibitions, education programs, and community engagement plan for 2019.


Organized in 1965, the Friends of the Mint stimulates interest in and support for the Arts. The Friends sponsor a series of lectures featuring nationally and internationally renowned speakers in the art world that are free to the public with museum admission. Learn more about Friends of the Mint.


This event is located at   Mint Museum Randolph