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Resources

The Mint is committed to delivering transformative, engaging art experiences to our museum and its visitors. To that end, we proudly provide the Charlotte community and beyond with resources such as online access to our library and permanent collections as well as a broad range of educational resources such as teacher and student visual arts guides.

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  • Mint Museum Archives

    Mint Museum Archives

    The Mint Museum Archives collection consists of materials generated by organizations, departments, and individuals important to the permanent history of the museum, reflecting the Mint's collections, exhibitions, programming and community impact. Learn More

  • NC Pottery Collection

    NC Pottery Collection

    Just as the clay pot exists to hold whatever we want, the human vessel holds the imagination to shape, form and fire works that will provide inspiration beyond the hands & heart of the potter. Here we hope to shine a light on the rich & enduring tradition of pottery-making in North Carolina, as well as to offer highlights of the Mint’s own collection, the most comprehensive in the country. Learn More

  • Teachers and Students

    Teachers and Students

    Explore educational websites, download teacher guides, learn about innovative workshops and open-house events, and view our STAR (Student Artist) Gallery exhibitions. Contact Joel Smeltzer, our School Programs Coordinator for more info. Learn More

  • Collection Database

    Collection Database

    Access our permanent collections and find works of art by creator, materials, collection, and more. Our database is constantly growing, so be sure to check back often for new items. Learn More

  • Library

    Library

    With over 19,000 books, exhibition catalogues, current historic art & design periodicals, auction catalogs and vertical files on over 8,000 artists including those in North Carolina and held by our museum, The Mint Museum Library is an extraordinary free art reference available to all individuals interested in the visual and decorative arts. Learn More

  • Rights and Reproductions

    Rights and Reproductions

    View The Mint Museum’s Rights and Reproductions, Copyright information, Photographic Fee Schedule, and collection image request information. Learn More

  • Charles Seliger

    Charles Seliger "kid-alogue" Microsite

    This engaging microsite serves as an interactive digital exhibition catalogue, following the success of the Mint's 2012 internationally-traveling exhibition devoted to Charles Seliger. Learn More