This exhibition will feature approximately 40 decorative tiles from The Mint Museum's permanent collection, including the permanently installed fireplace, Arkansas Traveller.
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.
Features live exhibits of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians native to North Carolina. Get close to wildlife by walking among butterflies in a Butterfly Pavilion, observing live animals in both Creative Cavern and Insect Alley and hang out in "Our Big Backyard" or explore the Paw Paw Nature Trail.
Elegance and Ease explores the fashion of these three top Parisian designers with selections from The Mint Museum's Fashion Collection.
The exhibit features garments and accessories spanning three centuries of fashion history. $5-$10; free for children 4 years old and under; free on Tuesdays from 5-9 p.m.
One of the South’s finest abstract expressionist artists, New Orleans-native Ida Kohlmeyer’s works merit a trip to Jerald Melberg Gallery. The solo exhibition is comprised of paintings, limited edition prints and small sculptures. Kohlmeyer, who uses vibrant colors to dramatize her geometric shapes and shifting symbols, was influenced by abstract greats Hans Hofmann and Mark Rothko. In honor of Charlotte’s new Romare Bearden Park, there will also be a small exhibit of Romare Bearden’s St. Maarten watercolors. Free admission
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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 Tzotzil and Tzeltal from Chiapas, Mexico. $5-$10; free for children 4 years old and under; free on Tuesdays from 5-9 p.m.
The works come from the primary mask-producing regions of Mexico where dance performances commonly accompany religious rituals and civic events. $5-$10; free for children 4 years old and under; free on Tuesdays from 5-9 p.m.