Upcoming Programs & Events
This ongoing program gives visitors the opportunity to learn more about their own textiles from museum curatorial and conservation staff.
The International Hajji Baba Society, based in Washington, D.C., is the pre-eminent mid-Atlantic association of rug and textile collectors.
Join Mika Natif, assistant professor of art history at GW and an authority on Islamic art, as she discusses a textile depicted in a thirteenth-century Mongol-Ilkhanid painting from an illustrated m
Using both textiles and images, Textile Museum Trustee and collector Wendel Swan will discuss several important types of rare Swedish folk weavings made between roughly 1700 and 1850.
This film imagines stories about the origins of donated clothes now worn by villagers in Zambia.
For three generations, the Moulthrop family has set the standard for modern wood turning.