Textile Museum of Canada is a little museum but big in colour and beauty.
There are 2 special exhibitions: 1) "Huicholes – A People Walking Towards the Light" is about the artwork of Mexican Huichol Indigenous artisan José Benítez Sánchez featuring his yarn paintings as well as artifacts and photographs of the Huichol Indigenous people, and 2) "Diligence and Elegance: The Nature of Japanese Textiles" is a collection of 19th and early 20th century kimonos, robes and beddings.
I went on a Friday afternoon with a friend and both of us liked the exhibitions a lot. I found out later on the museum website that on Sundays at 2 pm they offer a free tour with paid admission (General admission is $15.00; for youth/students (with ID) $6.00; for senior $10.00).
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