Silent Streets: Art in Time of Pandemic

Through Sunday, November 28
Presented by The Mint Museum

The Mint Museum’s exhibition "Silent Streets: Art in the Time of Pandemic," opening April 17 at Mint Museum Uptown, showcases thought-provoking works of art by regional, national, and international artists. From collage and comic strips to abstract painting, video and photography, the exhibition installations illuminate discord while also providing solace and insight in challenging times. At the core of the show, which is presented by Fifth Third Bank, are commissioned pieces by North Carolina artists Amy Bagwell of Charlotte, Stacy Lynn Waddell of Durham, and Antoine Williams of Greensboro. Each artist created works during isolation that reflect how the pandemic and events of 2020 affected their worlds.

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Through Sunday, November 28 · add to calendar 2021-10-17 09:00:00 2021-11-28 17:00:00 America/New_York Silent Streets: Art in Time of Pandemic Charlotte, NC
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