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Introduction

Come to the TMC and participate in a full roster of programming that includes curators’ and artists’ talks, lectures, technical workshops and identification clinics, seminars and family days. Find the program that interests you on our event calendar.

Docent-led public tours of the galleries are available every Sunday and are free with paid admission to the Museum. Tours begin at 2:00 PM at the main entrance. Specialized tours are available for groups. See Group Visits (adults) or School Visits (students and teachers) for more information.

July


Back to the Future Family Drop-in Program

Every Wednesday in July and August, from 1 to 4 pm

Join us Wednesday afternoons in July and August from 1-4 pm for our family drop-in program.

Meet the Conservators

The third Wednesday in June, July, August and September from 1 to 4 pm

Visit The Eternity Code, meet our conservation team and learn about the oldest textiles in the TMC’s collection.

August


Fashion Futures: Fantasy to Fabrication at Fairview Public Library

Saturday, August 2 from 2 to 4 pm

Watch our 3D printer in action while you design your own original, printable 3D model that is functional both in digital and real space.

Public Talk: Why slash apart a mummy? Death and destruction at La Real, Peru

Wednesday August 13 at 6:30 pm

Join Justin Jennings, Curator of New World Archaeology at the ROM, as he discusses the fascinating ancient mystery of La Real, Peru, where 1400 years ago people were bundling up their dead then after the work was completed, they ripped them apart.

Fashion Futures: Smart is Beautiful at Malvern Public Library

Monday, August 18 from 1 to 4 pm

Show the world how you’re feeling by creating an armband or headband to reflect your mood. Learn how to create a soft circuit using conductive thread and LED lights.

Fashion Futures: Express Your Self at Eatonville Public Library

Wednesday, August 20 from 4 to 6

Create a logo to represent your own personal brand by identifying patterns and symbols that define the most distinguishing features of your identity. Print your design, and add it to clothing, or exchange it with friends.

Talking Points: A Special Conversation and Cocktail Reception with Jessica Lindsay Phillips

Wednesday August 27 at 6:30 pm

Join us for a discussion and reception with Jessica Lindsay Phillips who will speak about her passion for collecting antiquities, memorabilia and tribal arts.

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