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Charlotte Collects: Contemporary Couture and Fabulous Fashion
Focused on 21st century long gowns, from cocktail attire to wedding dresses, this exhibition highlights the meticulous craftsmanship, attention to detail, and fine materials characteristic of couture.
Mint Museum RANDOLPH / Oct 14-Feb 4
William Ivey Long: Costume Designs 2007-2016
Exploring the theatrical costume designer’s work from 2007 to today, this exhibition ranges from 'Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella' to the television specials 'Grease Live!' and 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again.'
Mint Museum UPTOWN / Sep 23-Jun 3
Wares of the World: Asian Influence in Contemporary North Carolina Ceramics
July 29, 2017 - Ongoing: This installation focuses on the wide-ranging influence of training, aesthetics, and traditions from places including China, Japan, Korea, and Thailand on North Carolina ceramics.
Mint Museum RANDOLPH / Jul 29
An inspiring selection of fine and decorative European arts from The Mint Museum's permanent collection.
Mint Museum RANDOLPH / Jul 21
Marek Ranis: Like Shishmaref
Like Shishmaref is a sixteen-minute film produced in 2016 by Charlotte-based artist Marek Ranis. Ranis utilizes a wide range of media to create portraits of our rapidly changing natural environment, emphasizing the complex issues that have come to challen
Mint Museum UPTOWN / Nov 30
John Biggers: Wheels in Wheels
If Gastonia native John Biggers (1924-2001) was alive today, he might give us the following advice about interpreting his art: “It’s all in there – you just have to look.”
Mint Museum UPTOWN / Jul 20-Nov 5
Romare Bearden: Odysseus Series
In the suite of twenty watercolors, originally conceived as collages, Bearden reinterprets scenes from Homer's epic poem The Odyssey.
Mint Museum UPTOWN / May 18-Nov 12
Arts of Africa
A collection of art forms showcasing the vast cultural, physical, historical and religious diversity that can be found across the African continent.
Mint Museum RANDOLPH / Apr 6
You can't buy the art,
But you can take it with you.