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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.

October


TMC Shop: 20% Off Kids Crafting and Activity Kits

Wednesday October 1 to Friday October 31, 2014

All of our Kids Crafting and Activity Kits are 20% off this month.

40th Anniversary Series: Daniel Walker

Wednesday October 8 at 6:30 pm and Thursday October 9 at 6:30 pm

Join us as we host Daniel Walker, former Director of the Textile Museum in Washington, DC and currently head of two curatorial departments of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Museum hop for TMC Members at the AGO, Bata and Gardiner Museums

Saturday October 11 and Sunday October 12, 2014

For one weekend only, Saturday October 11 and Sunday October 12, 2014, TMC Members can enjoy a weekend of exploring the AGO, Bata and Gardiner Museums for free!

Make Your Voice Heard: The Intersection of Craft, Creativity, and Activism

Tuesday October 14 at 5:30 pm

Please join us for the launch of Strange Material by Leanne Prain, Craftivism by Betsy Greer and Make it Mighty Ugly by Kim Werker.

For the Love of Cloth Designer Fabric Sale

Friday, October 17 from 11 am to 5 pm and Saturday, October 18 from 11 am to 3 pm

Don't miss this year's one and only designer fabric sale. For the Love of Cloth features upholstery samples, drapery panels and lengths of decorator fabric, as well as unexpected surprises.

A Walking Tour of Toronto's Urban Fabric

Wednesday October 22 at 6 pm

This 1.5 hour excursion begins with a gallery walkthrough prior to venturing out into Toronto's downtown core to explore the social, physical and cultural infrastructures that support and shape Canada’s largest city.

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