While our museum remains closed owing to COVID-19, you can still access some of our popular programs in a virtual format. Join us online for regular Fashion on Film discussions, Rug and Textile Appreciation Mornings and other special offerings.Our other program series — including family days and Ask a Curator, Ask a Conservator — are temporarily suspended.
Join local authors, researchers and community members online for lively discussions about Washington, D.C.’s history, politics, culture and more. Interested in presenting at a D.C. Monday? Submit your program idea
Meet innovative artists and scholars whose practice draws on textile materials, techniques or knowledge. This series is presented in partnership with the Textile Society of America and is supported through the museum's Cynthia and Alton Boyer Fund for Education.
Fashion on Film
Curated documentary and feature films explore the world of fashion, design, sustainability and global textile traditions. Watch the films at home, and then join in virtual group discussions led by special guests.
Collectors and researchers discuss textile topics and display examples from their personal holdings. You are invited to submit related pieces to share during the program. This series is organized in memory of Textile Museum Trustee Harold M. Keshishian.
For a detailed overview of past programs in this series, you can browse the archive of John Howe's blog Textiles and Text.