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Mint Museum Uptown

The five-story, 145,000-square-foot building, designed by Machado and Silvetti Associates of Boston, mixes innovative architecture with thought-provoking installations to give guests an unforgettable educational and cultural experience.

As a part of the Levine Center for the Arts, which also includes the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts and Culture, the Knight Theater, and the Duke Energy Center, the Mint Museum Uptown is situated in the bustling new urban core of Charlotte, NC area. The Mint Museum Uptown is home to a variety of tourist services, including the James B. Duke Auditorium with seating for 240, the Lewis Family Gallery, art studios, a café, and a museum shop.

All ages and interests are welcome to participate in their varied and engaging events. Their staff of educators and entertainers can accommodate your every educational, experiential, rhythmic, and aesthetic need.

Learn about art history at the Mint without the hassle of assignments, tests, or studying. The Mint Museum presents ART 101: A Global Adventure, a survey course that covers the entire spectrum of art history, from prehistoric cave drawings and ancient European sculptures to modern works of art and beyond.

The museum’s Lewis Family Gallery features interactive exhibits and activities for guests of all ages. Making art, constructing and solving puzzles, posing for photographs, and immersing oneself in a Romare Bearden collage are all possible in this hands-on space. Visitors’ health and safety is a top priority, hence strict cleaning procedures are in place.

Visit the Mint Museum Uptown’s Lewis Family Gallery on certain Sunday afternoons to participate in an art activity designed for visitors of all ages and informed by the museum’s current special exhibitions. If you want to know when the next one is, follow their social media accounts or check out our events calendar.

Once a month, you can pick up a free little art kit at the Mint Museum Randolph. The museum collection serves as inspiration for these kid-friendly projects. To find out when the next available date is, follow us on social media or check our events calendar.

Every Wednesday from 4 to 8 PM, people of all ages are welcome to come make art and think outside the box. A knowledgeable museum educator will be available to answer questions and offer advice. You can attend these happenings each week at no cost.

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