Charlotte City Guide

2018

Charlotte, NC Official Visitors Guide

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charlottesgotalot.com 47 PREVIEW THE HALLMARK AND ROTATING COLLECTIONS AT THESE TOP MUSEUMS. TOP LEFT PHOTO BY J. AARON TROTMAN; TOP RIGHT PHOTO © FINE ARTS MUSEUMS OF SAN FRANCISCO; BOTTOM PHOTO COURTESY OF LEVINE MUSEUM OF THE NEW SOUTH Fashion Forward e Mint Museum has collected historic and contemporary fashions for more than 40 years. Fashion is one of the most engaging and meaningful art forms, with rich aesthetic and cultural associations throughout the ages. Visitors are invited to join the Mint in its celebration of the Year of Fashion. "William Ivey Long: Costume Designs 2007-2016" (far le) honors the Tony Award winner through June 3 at Mint Museum Uptown. Meanwhile, at Mint Museum Randolph, "e Glamour and Romance of Oscar de la Renta" (le) will be on view April through summer 2018. Also, coming in October 2018 will be "African Print Fashion Now!" through April 2019 at Mint Museum Randolph. Southern Story At Levine Museum of the New South, explore the stories of people, places and ideas affecting the South since the Civil War. In its centerpiece "Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers," guests can step inside a tenant farmer's house, touch a pile of seed cotton, sit at a lunch counter to hear stories from civil rights leaders, and discover how Charlotte has grown through banking, business and an influx of new residents. On the museum's second floor, immerse yourself in contemporary issues viewed through the lens of the city's history. MINT MUSEUM UPTOWN AT LEVINE CENTER FOR THE ARTS 500 S. Tryon St. Charlotte, NC 28202 704.337.2000 / mintmuseum.org MINT MUSEUM RANDOLPH 2730 Randolph Road Charlotte, NC 28207 704.337.2000 / mintmuseum.org LEVINE MUSEUM OF THE NEW SOUTH 200 E. Seventh St. Charlotte, NC 28202 704.333.1887 / museumofthenewsouth.org ON EXHIBIT

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