The Board of Commissioners was approached by two organizations last Thursday about displaying public art in and around the new town hall building. On the agenda at the last board meeting, Nicole Bartlett of the Arts and Science Council and Tony Billotto, Laura Sussman-Randall, Marta Brown, and Romie Mizell of Mint Hill Arts asked the […]
Mint Hill Arts hosted its monthly reception last Friday. This month’s theme was America, and the exhibit runs through August 2. Artwork included sculptures, woodwork, photographs, drawings, paintings, and textiles. Landscapes, iconic images, and critiques came together in an expression of the complexities of the United States.
The organization recently voted for its executive officers: Tony […]
The Binders juried art show at Mint Hill Arts held its reception last Friday. The gallery packed in a large number of guests for snacks, wine, and the announcement of winners.
“Binder’s is appreciative of the opportunity to be involved with the art show and being able to contribute as well as to participate in the […]
Heidi Billotto brought her culinary expertise to Mint Hill Arts May 22. The food writer, reviewer, instructor, and caterer offered a free lecture and demonstration on culinary arts.
Surrounded by heaps of limes, oranges, onions, peppers, and mushrooms, Billotto cut curves and lines into produce to produce beautiful dinner party decorations. Zigzagging her knife, she displayed […]
Mint Hill Arts has teamed up with art supply store Binders for a juried art exhibit next month. This is the first time the groups have joined together for such an event, though they have been working together in other ways for years. The opening reception is Friday, June 15, from 7-9 pm, and the show will run until July 11.
The show is open to all artists, including non-Mint Hill Arts members. Registration fees are $20 for members and $40 for non-members. Artists can enter up to two pieces.
Any medium or combinations of media will be accepted, including 2-D and 3-D work, with few exceptions and restrictions.
Binders has provided all of the prizes—gift certificates, ranging from $25 to $150. […]
Mint Hill Arts moved into its new space in the Mint Hill Plaza on Lawyers Road this January, signing a two-year lease with the option to renew. The organization moved after four years in its first space off Matthews-Mint Hill Road.
The rented space includes three suites, one of which was not available for the first month and a half. Now that all of the space is available, classrooms and galleries are being rearranged. Renovations include painting walls and installing plumbing for washing brushes.