This exhibition features approximately 40 different decorative tiles.
The exhibit features garments and accessories spanning three centuries of fashion history.
The exhibit features traditional Maya clothing, including fashions of the Kaqchikel, Ixil, K'iche', Mam, Tz'utujil, Chuj, Awakatek, Jakaltek, and Poqomchi' from Guatemala, and the Tzotzil and Tzeltal from Chiapas, Mexico.
The works come from the primary mask-producing regions of Mexico where dance performances commonly accompany religious rituals and civic events.
This group show will feature new works by a collection of 30 artists.
A survey of paintings and works on paper by Lexington, North Carolina native Lee Hall.
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Each Class will teach you a new artistic skill. 1) Art Wine Down partners with local restaurants so students enjoy Free Appetizers and exclusive drink specials! 2) We allow you to paint freely for the first 30 mins on tile or records. This allows you to wind down and become comfortable with painting. Not to mention you get to take the tile/record Home! 3) Instruction begins at 7pm. Instructor guides you step by step. You are Allowed to choose your own color scheme!! Advance Tickets : Http://www.ArtWineDown.Blogspot.com $25
Join us at our New Location in Ayrsley! Ayrsley residents receive 25% off admission! Enjoy Exclusive Appetizer and Wine Specials!!! Each Class will teach you a new artistic skill. Art Wine Down is Different from all other Art Classes! We allow you to paint freely for the first 30 mins on tile or records. This allows you to wind down and become comfortable with painting. Not to mention you get to take the tile/record Home! You are Allowed to choose your own color scheme!! Therefore, everyone leaves with a Unique Art Piece! $25
This exhibit exposes the greatness of photographer Sonia Handelman Meyer and works by other members of the long-defunct Photo League — a NYC photog group established in 1936 for budding young artists. Much of Meyer’s work focuses on social justice and presents individuals in a documentary style. From shoots at integrated hospitals to Harlem scenes, Meyer captures captivating portraits. After PL shut down in 1951, Meyer fell under the radar but her works resurfaced in Charlotte, where she moved later in her life. This showcase reminds us of photography’s ability to spur social change, a power that was very much opposed, and even dismantled, by the powers-that-be of Meyer’s time. (Anita Overcash) $5-$10; free for members and children 4 years old and under
Elegance and Ease explores the fashion of these three top Parisian designers with selections from The Mint Museum's Fashion Collection.
An examination of period evolution, expansion and innovation.
The exhibit showcases works from American glass companies and a variety of styles and forms from 19th and 20th centuries.
A collection of art forms showcasing the vast cultural, physical, historical and religious diversity that can be found across the African continent.