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Exhibition Resources for The Mint Museum

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The Mint Wiki provides online information about the special exhibitions and

permanent collections of The Mint MuseumFor information on the library's

physical resources, search MARCO, the Mint Art Research Catalog Online.






Walter Scott Lenox and American Belleek


Ott and Brewer. Coffeepot, Belleek porcelain. From the collection of the Thomas H. and Diane DeMell Jacobsen, Ph.D. Foundation. 



Craft in the Laboratory: The Science of Making Things


Tom Price (British, 1973). Synthesis X, 2016, resin, tar, steel, and LEDs. Gift of Laura B. and Michael F. Grace.


The Art of Seating:

Two Hundred Years of American Design



Finlay, John (American, 1777-1851) and Finlay, Hugh (American, 1781-1831), Settee, c. 1820, wood, cane seat, stencil decorated. From the collection of the Thomas H. and Diane DeMell Jacobsen Ph.D. Foundation.


The Cole Family:

A Dynasty of North Carolina Potters Potters 


Auman, Dorothy Cole (American, 1925-1991). Ring Jugc. 1960-1980, stoneware, salt glaze. Gift of the Mint Museum Auxiliary and Daisy Wade Bridges from the Collection of Walter and Dorothy Auman.





New Acquisitions: Hardscapes/ Dreamscapes



Chambers, Matthew (British, 1975-). Spiral Form, 2016, stoneware, wheel thrown. Gift of Rob Williams in Memory of Warren Womble


















































Upcoming Special Exhibitions  


Craft Across Continents, Contemporary Japanese and Western Objects: The Lassiter/Ferraro Collection (December 9, 2023 - May 5, 2024) 



Current Special Exhibitions and Installations 


Walter Scott Lenox and American Belleek (September 23, 2023 - January 21, 2024)


The Art of Seating: 200 Years of American Design (Uptown, September 16, 2023 - February 25, 2024) 

New Acquisitions: Hardscapes/Dreamscapes  (Randolph, April 1, 2023  - January 21, 2024)


Feeding the Stone: Marianne Lieberman  (Uptown, January 14 - October 29, 2023)


Unflinching: A Selection of Works by Elizabeth Catlett  (Uptown, January 14 - October 29, 2023)


The Cole Family: A Dynasty of North Carolina Potters  (Randolph, May 7, 2022  - January 21, 2023) 


Craft in the Laboratory: The Science of Making Things  (Uptown, February 12, 2022  - Ongoing)  



Current Projects 


Interventions  (Randolph, Multiple Rotations Ongoing)  


Project Ten Ten Ten  (Uptown, Rotations Ongoing) 


Constellation CLT  (Uptown, Rotations Ongoing)   



Current Permanent Collection Installations 


Clay Moderne: American Ceramics, 1925-1950  (Randolph)


Portals to the Past: British Ceramics 1675-1825  (Randolph) 


Arts of Africa  (Randolph)


The Shape of Life: Contemporary Native American Ceramics from the Grice Collection (Randolph)


American Art Permanent Collection  (Uptown)  

Modern and Contemporary Permanent Collection  (Uptown)  

European Art 1500-1900: Selections from the Collection  (Randolph)





**Previous Exhibitions


**North Carolina Artists Represented in The Mint Museum's Collection


**Black Artists Represented in The Mint Museum's Collection (page in progress)




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