This small museum, on a side street near the more major streets of Dundas and Bay St., is well worth a visit for anyone interested in textile art. When I was there, one of its two floors featured a series of about 15 works by Jose Benitez Sanchez, a Huichol (Mexico) shaman-artist who used those native people’s traditional yarn and bead painting techniques to tell their creation story. The other floor featured Japanese kimonos, both beautifully elaborate, with colorful designs of cranes, peacocks, chrysanthemums and the like, and plain, with simpler designs in white set against indigo blue. There was also a small gift shop. The exhibits change periodically, so who knows what will be there when you visit, but it will probably be beautiful.
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