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2015_DC_GWU_Museum_Bldg10DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Building
2018_DC_GWU_Museum_FD_18111048DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Event: Family Day: I Can See My House From Here! (w/Peter Waddell)
Family Day: I Can See My House From Here!
Featuring Peter Waddell, "Eye of the Bird" artist and historian
Washington looks quite grand, even from above. Enjoy a day of family-friendly activities designed to help you see D.C. from a bird’s eye perspective. Contribute to our three-dimensional map by...
2018_DC_GWU_Waddell_18120353DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Event: Painting L’Enfant’s Washington (w/Peter Waddell)
Lecture: Painting L’Enfant’s Washington
Peter Waddell, "Eye of the Bird" artist and historian
See Washington, D.C., as it looked more than 200 years ago, through new bird’s eye view paintings depicting the city’s origins, on view in Eye of the Bird: Visions and Views of D.C.’s Past. Artist Peter...
2019_DC_GWU_Museum_Laid27DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Best Laid Plans: Designs for a Capital City
Best Laid Plans: Designs for a Capital City
Detail of print showing plans for the National Mall
June 15–December 22, 2019

Every landmark in Washington, D.C., has a story. Some never made it past the drawing board. This exhibition examines unrealized designs for the Washington Monument, Memorial...
2015_DC_GWU_Museum_Making81DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Civil War & Making of Modern Washington
The Civil War and the Making of Modern Washington
March 21–October 15, 2015
Washington, D.C. underwent remarkable changes, both physically and politically, as a result of the American Civil War. The Civil War and the Making of Modern Washington examines the city’s transformations from the beginning of...
2020_02_24D1_GWU_Museum_Cotsen90DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Delight in Discovery: The Global Collections of Lloyd Cotsen
Delight in Discovery: The Global Collections of Lloyd Cotsen
Through July 5, 2020
A prolific collector, Lloyd Cotsen (1929–2017) assembled thousands of textile fragments, garments, and other artworks that reflected his admiration for indigenous cultures and vanishing artistic traditions. His ultimate...
2019_DC_GWU_Museum_4Freedoms687DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms (Multiple visits)
Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms
February 13, 2019 through April 29, 2019
Norman Rockwell’s masterpieces make their way to Washington as part of a major international traveling exhibition on the Four Freedoms famously outlined by Franklin D. Roosevelt: freedom of speech;...
2018_DC_GWU_Museum_Eye152DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Eye of the Bird: Visions and Views of D.C.'s Past
Eye of the Bird: Visions and Views of D.C.'s Past
Through December 23, 2018
This exhibition examines the evolution of Washington, D.C., through two newly commissioned panoramic landscape paintings by local artist Peter Waddell and related works. One painting shows the grand city that planner Peter...
2017_DC_GWU_Museum_Found116DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Foundations for a Nation
Foundations for a Nation: Architectural Images from the Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection
To today’s visitor, the U.S. Capitol and White House buildings are so familiar they feel both permanent and inevitable. In the early nineteenth century, however, the look and use of these symbols of...
2020_02_24D3_GWU_Museum_World105DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: George Washington and His World
George Washington and His World
Through July 26, 2020
Washington, D.C., is inextricably linked with its namesake, George Washington. Two other sites are also part of this founding father’s story: Mount Vernon and Alexandria, Va. Curated by GW students, this display of letters, prints, and artifacts...
2017_DC_GWU_Museum_Woodhall19DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Historic Woodhull House
2017_DC_GWU_Museum_Ebony90DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair
Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair
Through July 24, 2017
For fifty years, the Ebony Fashion Fair shaped a new vision of black America through contemporary fashion. This exhibition of stunning ensembles by leading designers tells the story of the fair’s creator Eunice W. Johnson, who...
2015_DC_GWU_Museum_Seat53DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Seat of Empire
Seat of Empire: Planning Washington, 1790–1801
March 21–October 15, 2015
Washington, D.C. was the result of political compromise and artistic imagination. In 1792, George Washington charged French-born architect Peter L’Enfant with a momentous task: to envision the capital of a new nation from a swath...
2019_DC_GWU_Museum_Songs60DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Songs of the Civil War
Songs of the Civil War
June 15–December 22, 2019
During the American Civil War, music had the power to inspire patriotism and service, and to capture loss on the battlefield. This exhibition showcases historical sheet music that provided the soundtrack to a nation divided by war.
2015_DC_GWU_Museum_Treasure2DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Treasures from the Albert H. Small Collection
2017_DC_GWU_Museum_Treasure46DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Treasures from the Albert H. Small Collection
2019_DC_GWU_Museum_Treasure17DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Treasures from the Albert H. Small Collection
2020_02_24D2_GWU_Museum_Treasure48DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Treasures from the Albert H. Small Collection
2015_DC_GWU_Museum_Textile24DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Unraveling Identity
Unraveling Identity: Our Textiles, Our Stories
March 21–August 24, 2015
The largest exhibition in Textile Museum history, Unraveling Identity unites textiles from across cultures to explore expressions of individual, cultural, political, and social identity throughout the ages.
Throughout time and...
2019_DC_GWU_Museum_Woven67DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Woven Interiors: Furnishing Early Medieval Egypt
Woven Interiors: Furnishing Early Medieval Egypt
Through January 5, 2020
In the early medieval era, the eastern Mediterranean’s palaces, villas, and sacred spaces were richly decorated with hangings, curtains, and other luxury fabrics. Bringing together rarely displayed artworks from the fourth to the...


What's hot: The following pages have been the most popular ones over the last month or so:
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2020_05_02D_Flyby18Flyby -- Thunderbirds and Blue Angels' thank you to health care workers
The military’s two elite aerobatic squadrons—the Air Force Thunderbirds and the Navy Blue Angels—commenced a joint flyby of the metro area today to honor healthcare workers and first responders on the frontlines of the current crisis. I went to Tenleytown to see them. The two jet teams fly by once ... (Partially reviewed)
2020_02_12B1_HolodomorP205MD -- College Park -- University of Maryland -- Architecture School Event: Lecture & Reception
The official opening of the exhibit is set for Wednesday, February 12, 2020. Larysa Kurylas of The Kurylas Studio, the design architect and sculptor of the National Holodomor Memorial, will give a presentation about the design of the memorial and the challenges of conveying loss in built form. Also...
2020_02_12A_UMd_Holodomor115MD -- College Park -- University of Maryland -- Kibel Gallery Exhibit: Making The Holodomor Memorial:Context & Questions
The Kibel Gallery Presents Making The Holodomor Memorial:Context & Questions On view February 12 - July 2020 University of Maryland alumna Larysa Kurylas’ Holodomor Memorial in Washington, D.C., is a tribute to the victims of the man-made famine engineered by Stalin’s regime in Soviet Ukraine in 193...
2020_03_04B2_Costco_Fred11MD -- Costco @ Frederick
Covid-19 fears exhaust water, hand wipes, and toilet paper.
2020_04_17C1_Union_StationI43DC -- Union Station (Interior)
So much of the building is closed due to Covid-19. Entrances have been shut as well to control people coming and going. They're still working on replacing floor tiles as well which is what the little tents are. Note that Union Station is one of the few places with public bathrooms. I would have expe... (Partially reviewed)


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