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24 minutes | 2 years ago
African-Print Fashion Now! - Alexis Temomanin
“Fashion designer” or “artist”? Alexis Temomanin says the two terms are interchangeable in his approach to fashion, now on display at “African-Print Fashion Now!” Hear about his journey from Ivory Coast to the trendsetting streets of London.
32 minutes | 2 years ago
Michael Sherrill - Part 2
Hear more from acclaimed artist Michael Sherrill in a conversation that touches on inspiration everywhere, from Japanese raku to the wild trails of the North Carolina mountains.
27 minutes | 2 years ago
Michael Sherrill - Part 1
Translating the natural world into exquisitely rendered art is a lifelong passion for acclaimed potter and sculptor Michael Sherrill. He discusses his inspirations and processes as he celebrates his first-ever career retrospective
28 minutes | 2 years ago
Todd Herman - Part 2
In a continuation of his conversation with Sheri Lynch, new Mint Museum CEO Todd Herman shares his excitement about Charlotte’s local arts scene as well as his vision for The Mint’s growth and evolution.
27 minutes | 2 years ago
African-Print Fashion Now! - Titi Ademola
What does it take to go from sewing garments in a garage in Ghana to dressing an Oscar-winning actress for the world stage? Titi Ademola, one of the featured designers of “African-Print Fashion Now!,” discusses her journey and the exciting rise of Afropolitan fashion and culture.
39 minutes | 2 years ago
Todd Herman, PhD, President & CEO of The Mint Museum - Part 1
What’s next for the Mint? Hear it straight from the new President & CEO Todd Herman, PhD. In the first part of an in-depth conversation with Sheri Lynch, Todd discusses his excitement in joining the fast-paced Charlotte community, his plans to engage the next generation, the importance of storytelling, and his wish that museum visitors could put their hands on every work of art in front of them (which isn’t possible, but it’s his wish).Storytelling is the key to a great museum, and Herman discusses plans and dreams for evolving the museum in the digital age, while never losing sight of the power of experiencing art up close and personal.
15 minutes | 2 years ago
Holiday Shopping at The Mint Museum Stores
What awaits this holiday season at The Mint Museum Store? Stacee Michelle drops in for a fun conversation with Store Manager/Buyer Amy Grigg, who shares holiday gift ideas as unique as the Mint itself – plus details on one of the year’s biggest discounts, for one day only. Tune in to ART CRUSH for inspiration on gift giving for all ages and price ranges, all in support of the Mint.
47 minutes | 2 years ago
Welcome to a new season of ART CRUSH! Queen Charlotte is the focus of this provocative episode, as artist Ken Aptekar, curator Carla Hanzal and host Sheri Lynch delve into the story behind the contemporary reimagining of the Queen’s iconic coronation portrait. On the 250th anniversary of the city of Charlotte, what does it mean to be named for a woman whose biracial heritage has only recently been acknowledged and celebrated? And did this 2008 painting forecast the explosion of meme culture? Find out on this Charlotte-centric episode of ART CRUSH.
67 minutes | 3 years ago
André Leon Talley on Oscar de la Renta
A fashion obsession drives this episode, as Stacee Michelle talks to the iconic Andre Leon Talley about everyone from Oscar de la Renta to Andy Warhol to Rihanna, and Sheri Lynch welcomes Hillary Cooper to discuss plans for the museum’s groundbreaking Fashion Studio.
26 minutes | 3 years ago
Allen Blevins 'Develar y Detonar' Part 3
In this final episode of the multi-part conversation between Sheri Lynch and exhibition organizer Allen Blevins, the behind-the-scenes details of ‘Develar y Detonar’ are revealed, giving even greater meaning to the stunning images of Mexico’s most important young photographers.
18 minutes | 3 years ago
What's Your Art Crush?
Jazz influences. Burning buildings. Disastrous first dates... Partygoers at the ART CRUSH podcast launch at The Mint Museum share their art crushes and unfiltered impressions with Stacee Michelle.
24 minutes | 3 years ago
Allen Blevins on 'Develar y Detonar' Part 2
Sheri Lynch continues a fascinating conversation with exhibition organizer Allen Blevins, with topics ranging from a third gender known as “muxe” to the connection between an earthquake and a live human body covered with crawling ants.
18 minutes | 3 years ago
Allen Blevins on 'Develar y Detonar' Part 1
Intensely personal and deeply provocative, 'Develar y Detonar' showcases internationally acclaimed young photographers who turn their artistic lens on contemporary Mexico and its many layers of history and identity. Exhibition organizer Allen Blevins talks with Sheri Lynch about the exhibition’s journey to Charlotte, with the goal of breaking down artistic and cultural walls.
25 minutes | 3 years ago
William Ivey Long Part 3
There’s power in being weird, according to William Ivey Long. This multiple Tony Award-winning costume designer shares his thoughts on the art of design, his eureka moment in biology class, and walking into The Mint Museum for the first time as a boy growing up in the Charlotte area. Sheri Lynch and Stacee Michelle host the final episode of this entertaining chat with the Broadway legend.
20 minutes | 3 years ago
William Ivey Long Part 2
He has dressed Rolling Stones and Pink Ladies. Now William Ivey Long brings his adventurous creativity to Charlotte with an exhibition at The Mint Museum. Sheri Lynch and Stacee Michelle continue an entertaining conversation with this multiple Tony-Award winning Broadway legend and costume designer for Grease Live! and The Rolling Stones’ Steel Wheels tour, among other triumphs.
10 minutes | 3 years ago
Highlights from our first 4 episodes. We have more coming soon!
11 minutes | 3 years ago
Ann Tarwater: Modest can be bold & surprising
In this latest episode of ART CRUSH, fashion insider Stacee Michelle chats with fashion collector Ann Tarwater, a contributor to the 'Charlotte Collects' exhibition at The Mint Museum in Charlotte, NC. Ann talks about modest couture, why art and fashion are so important to creating a vibrant city, and walking in on the arm of designer Geoffrey Beene.
17 minutes | 3 years ago
William Ivey Long Part 1
How did a North Carolina boy become a legendary costume designer?In this episode of ART CRUSH, Sheri Lynch and Stacee Michelle roll up their sleeves with multiple Tony Award-winning costume designer William Ivey Long, the subject of the retrospective William Ivey Long: Costume Designs 2007-2016 at The Mint Museum in Charlotte, NC. Episode 1 of this in-depth interview includes conversation about William’s North Carolina roots, his challenge in hiding the zipper for opera diva Renee Fleming, and his breakthrough moment designing a ruffled Elizabethan collar for his dog.
15 minutes | 3 years ago
Lisa Dargan: A wedding dress made of ostrich feathers
In this episode of ART CRUSH, Stacee Michelle chats with fashion collector Lisa Dargan, a contributor to the Charlotte Collects exhibition at The Mint Museum in Charlotte, NC. Lisa discusses wearing snow boots under her wedding dress, why Charlotte is her favorite shopping destination in the world, and a one-of-a-kind item known as “the car wash dress.”
11 minutes | 3 years ago
Ashley Anderson: Charlotte Collects
In this episode, Stacee chats with collector and TV news anchor Ashley Anderson Mattei, a contributor to the Charlotte Collects exhibition at The Mint Museum in Charlotte, NC. Ashley talks about a little black dress covered in bats, how fashion is all about solving a problem, and why yoga pants look like underwear on the streets of Paris.
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