Folks looking to overload on the arts should hit up the Mint Museum Uptown this month. Not only are its current Fairytales, Fantasy & Fear and Surrealism and Beyond exhibits well deserving of a visit, but there's also an assortment of activities (including lectures from artists, film screenings, poetry presentations and writing workshops) slated to go down. Most of the events come as freebies after admission cost, which is $5-$10 - or be a true freeloader and come on a Tuesday when there's no admission.
Here's the rundown:
Writers looking to get their creative juices flowing, may also want to sign up for the Surrealism and Beyond experimental writing workshop on April 22. UNC Charlotte professor and fiction writer Aimee Parkison leads. $5 for Mint members; $10 for non-members for writing workshop. April 22, 2p.m.-5p.m.
For more information on exhibits and upcoming events, visit www.mintmuseum.org.
Brilliant show as usual. Can't wait till they return to Charlotte.
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