The Mint Museum
Established in 1936 as North Carolina’s first art museum, The Mint Museum is a leading, innovative cultural institution and museum of international art and design. With two locations — Mint Museum Randolph in the heart of Eastover and Mint Museum Uptown at Levine Center for the Arts on South Tryon Street — the Mint boasts one of the largest collections in the Southeast and is committed to engaging and inspiring members of the local, regional, and global community.
Mint Museum Uptown houses the internationally renowned Mint Museum of Craft + Design, as well as outstanding collections of American, Modern + Contemporary, and European Art. Mint Museum Randolph houses collections that span more than 4,500 years of human creativity from around the world, including the ancient Americas, ceramics and decorative arts, fashion, and European, African, and Asian art.
In February 2022, the Mint reveals a reinstallation of the Mint’s Craft + Design Galleries at Mint Museum Uptown — the first in over 10 years — through its new installation “Craft in the Laboratory: The Science of Making Things.” “Craft in the Laboratory” is the first installation in the Southeast to explore how craft artists and designers use science and math concepts when creating works of art.
MINT MUSEUM UPTOWN AT LEVINE CENTER FOR THE ARTS
500 S. Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
MINT MUSEUM RANDOLPH
2730 Randolph Road