The Mint Museum is looking to get people involved in picking the next works of art for its collection.
The museum is putting six specially chosen works on display, allowing the public to vote on their three favorites. The museum then will buy the three winners and add them to the permanent collection as part of the Vote for Art program. The museum hopes the program educates locals and patrons of how elections and voting works with the Democratic National Convention coming to town.
Voting opens Sept. 1. Find more information on the program at the museum’s website, www.mintmuseum.org.
The museum is located at 500 S. Tryon St.