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Longtime dealer Saul Barodofsky will display and discuss a wide selection of his favorite rugs and textiles, pulled from the trunks of his personal collection.
Go behind the scenes with members of the National Museum of American History's textile department and glimpse rarely-seen pieces from the museum's expansive collection.
Join Mount Vernon estate's Associate Curator Adam Erby for a behind-the-scenes tour of the mansion's textiles and decorative arts.
Faye Moskowitz, a professor in GW’s English Department, will discuss and read from her essay “And the Bridge is Love," illustrating the Jewish concept of the kapore.
In this illustrated talk, GW Professor Emerita Catherine Allen discusses her research on weaving and storytelling in highland Peru.
The Textile Museum invites you to join artist and former director of Cranbrook Academy of Art Gerhardt Knodel on a three-day adventure into the creative core of a living and thriving American city: Detroit.