The Mint Museum spearheads many innovative and unique projects that engage and inspire artists and visitors alike. Here are a few examples of recent and ongoing projects that have involved the global community in compelling and meaningful ways.
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.
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. On view at Mint Museum Uptown Oct. 19 - Nov. 6, 2016
80x80 consists of a total of 80 works of art, in commemoration of The Mint Museum’s approaching 80th Anniversary.
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.
Ten of the world's most innovative craft artists created works especially for the The Mint Museum, demonstrating spectacular examples of glass, jewelry, furniture, and fiber art.
(December 17, 2014 - February 22, 2015) - In association with The Light Factory, Mint Museum UPTOWN hosts a pop-up photography show in the museum's Level 5 expansion space.
(September 7, 2014 - June 19, 2015) - The Mint's Fashion Assessment & Conservation Project
(September 19 - October 19 2014) - In association with Chandra Johnson’s SOCO Gallery, The Mint Museum UPTOWN hosts a pop-up photography show in the museum's Level 5 expansion space.
(FEB 18 - MAR 3, 2013) Beginning Feb 18, 2013, Motoi will begin work on an ambitious Saltwork, entitled "Floating Garden," directly on the floor of the Morrison Atrium at Mint Museum Uptown.
(SEP 1 - NOV 9, 2012) The Mint invited the public and the tens of thousands of visitors who traveled to the city for the Democratic National Convention to participate in a one-of-a-kind election taking place within the walls of Mint Museum Uptown.
The Google Cultural Institute has partnered with The Mint Museum to put some of our cultural treasures at the world's fingertips.
The Mint Museum is proud to partner with the Arts & Science Council to inspire members and supporters to give back and support the Mint’s most important endeavors.