From our longstanding Rug and Textile Appreciation Mornings on Saturdays to Monday lunchtime meetups focused Washington, D.C., history, these diverse program series offer regular opportunities to discover art, history, and the global cultures represented in the museum’s collections.
Weekly lunchtime programs—including films, lectures, and gallery talks—focus on the textile arts and global cultures.
Lectures by celebrated artists explore contemporary design in textiles and related media.
Regular programs bring together textile experts and enthusiasts for a thematic show and tell of personal pieces. In memory of Harold M. Keshishian.
The museum's Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection inspires weekly lunchtime talks on changing D.C. topics.