The Mint Museum brings many of the world's most compelling speakers and films to Charlotte every year. These educational and inspiring events introduce our members and supporters to the brightest minds in art, design, and beyond.
As John Biggers: Wheels in Wheels, comes to a close, this illustrated talk about NC native son John Thomas Biggers of Gastonia will explore a more intimate look at the artist through the eyes of B.E. Noel. Local artists will also be on the scene creating,
Join Mint Museum Docents for a discussion about the novel and then take a docent-led tour of the Portals to the Past: British ceramics exhibition.
Presented by the Mint Museum Auxiliary, this marquee kick-off to the Room to Bloom Celebration will be held at the Mint Museum Uptown with keynote speaker William Ivey Long.
Presented by the Charlotte Garden Club, North Carolina Cooperative Extension Agriculture Agent Debbie Roos will give an overview of regional pollinators with an emphasis on bees.
Come hear Dr. Brian Gallagher, Curator of Decorative Arts, talk about British Ceramics at the Mint. Sponsored by the Delhom Service League.
Join the Mint for a book fair to learn more about two popular Mint Museum Randolph book tours.
Personalize your holiday decorations with plant material from your gardens! This program sponsored by the Charlotte Garden Club will include the mechanics of creating designs using your own cuttings and a few elements from a floral supplier.
Join Mint Museum Docents to view selected works of art that help bring to life the historic events and social customs depicted in The Invention of Wings.
Join some of Charlotte’s most fashionable women for an intriguing conversation led by Senior Curator of Craft, Design & Fashion Annie Carlano.
Special guest Denny Gerwin, an Assistant Professor of Art at Queens University, will join the Delhom Service League for a Q&A session.
Paula will share some easy and fun ways to engage children with gardening and nature in your own backyard, as well as the public gardens and parks in Charlotte. It’s all there waiting to grow! Sponsored by the Charlotte Garden Club.