Charlotte to enjoy floral art at local museum

April 1, 2014 by  

Charlotte residents can welcome spring with a visit to an artistic floral inspired event at the Mint Museum Uptown.

The ‘Artfusion: Flower Power’ event will feature edible flower art and garden lanterns with a floral theme. Those in attendance can hear about beekeeping and listen to spring-themed cello music from Victoria McLaughlin. Several unique floral exhibits will be available for guests to enjoy. While admission is free every Wednesday, visitors may want to bring money to purchase drinks, visit the gift shop, or dine at one of the nearby restaurants.

To promote the event, the museum may use flyer printing to create an informational handout. Along with informing the community about the event’s time, date and address, the museum could also use the flyer to advertise its free Wednesday admission.

The Mint Museum Uptown showcases a variety of art. From American pieces to modern art, the museum provides a rich learning environment. Furthermore, along with the Flower Power event, the museum offers classes, family-friendly events, and tours. Situated in the Levine Center for the Arts, ‘The Mint’ is located at 500 South Tryon Street in Uptown Charlotte. The Uptown Museum has a sister facility called the Mint Museum Randolph, which is also located in Charlotte.

This floral event takes place on April 9 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Call (704) 337-2000 for more information.

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