Encouraging creative expression and supporting skills-based learning for individuals from under served communities, Community Voices features art work made during immersive hands-on workshops led by local textile artists.
Balancing Acts is a selection of artwork made over the last ten years and marks Myre’s first major solo exhibition in Toronto. This exhibition is a Primary Exhibition of the…
The Textile Museum of Canada is partnering with Project Sunshine Canada for a new fundraising initiative in support of family-oriented programs at both organizations.
[we are beading in Toronto] is a beading symposium organized by the Textile Museum of Canada an Lisa Myers.
Now in it’s second year, The Melissa Levin Emerging Artist Award helps emerging artists conduct self-directed activities such as art production, apprenticeships, residencies, and research.
This year we profiled contemporary and historic Japanese textiles with two major thematic exhibitions on the occasion of the 90th Anniversary of Japan-Canada diplomatic relations in 2018.
The Textile Museum of Canada is pleased to present Beads, they’re sewn so tight, a new exhibition of work by four contemporary artists who innovate in the field of beading…
The Textile Museum of Canada is pleased to announce that The Lieutenant of Ontario, The Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell has granted her Honorary Patronage to the Museum.
Made between 1976 and 2003, Kubota’s breath taking creations bring new life to a complex, 16th century technique known as tsuiigahana, a rare combination of dyeing and drawing that was…
The Melissa Levin Emerging Artist Award helps emerging artists conduct self-directed activities such as art production, apprenticeships, residencies or research.