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Mint Hill movies on the lawn, Art around the Block return Friday

This Friday sees the return of two community events: Movies on the Lawn and Art around the Block.

Movies on the Lawn kicks off with a showing of Tin- kerbell and the Legend of the NeverBeast. The film starts at 8:30 pm. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs.

Before the movie, stroll along Lawyers […]

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Mint Hill Arts host new book club

Mint Hill Arts recently announced they will be holding a monthly book club.

“I came up with the idea,” said Mint Hill Arts volunteer Elisabeth Harvey.

During some of her down time at Mint Hill Arts, Harvey began reading.

“I was reading a book about the history of the

Impressionists, The Judgment of Paris, by Ross King,” Harvey explained, […]

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Mint Hill Arts’ Volunteer of the Month

Pat Elliott Named Mint Hill Arts’ Volunteer of the Month for March Pat Elliott has been named Volunteer of the Month for March. She was honored at the opening reception for the Cardinal Camera Photography Show that was held in March at the gallery. Mint Hill Arts offers the community two opportunities each month for artists to draw and paint from life: Life Drawing and Portrait Drawing. These sessions, which are free and open to the public, are an important part of the mission of Mint Hill Arts to serve the local arts community. […]

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Local artists display work at Mint Hill town hall

By Leah Schmalz

As part of a continued effort to spotlight the vibrant art community, Mint Hill is displaying work from three local artists in the rear hallway of the town hall building. A reception was held last Saturday for the quarterly art exhibit, but the public is welcome to continue to view the work during regular business hours.

Ann-Marie Clarke, Ken Halstead and Jennie Martin Tomlin are the featured artists. Clarke creates her pieces with mixed media, such as scraps from other projects and pictures of models from magazines topped with paint. “I’m inspired a lot by music and things that happen in my life,” she said. “My work tends to go towards the odd and bizarre.”
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