A resource for educators who are preparing students for a visit to The Mint Museum or need activities for the classroom.The kit includes books, a CD, visual aids, videos, and lesson plans.
Here we hope to shine a light on the rich & enduring tradition of pottery-making in North Carolina, as well as to offer highlights of the Mint’s own collection, the most comprehensive in the country. Learn More
Investigate North Carolina's history and craft tradition. Students can explore natural resources, geography, cultures and traditions through the collections of The Mint Museum. Learn More
Kids explore pottery, weaving, quilting and basketry with this interactive studio. Learn about North Carolina's rich crafting traditions through play. Learn More
This guide helps students understand how Bearden used motifs or symbols in his work to communicate ideas and convey a sense of place, how he used the medium of collage to convey character and place, and how he used art to make sense of his experiences in the South (emphasis on 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, and 8th grade Visual Arts and Language Arts). Learn More
The Mint Museum Education Department developed this teaching guide to complement the exhibition Loïs Mailou Jones: A Life in Vibrant Color (on view through February 27, 2010) and as an ongoing curriculum resource. Learn More
This guide will help students observe and describe specific details of Richard Caton Woodville’s works of art, analyze historical evidence and perspectives, and create a physical representation of a work of art through tableau. Learn More