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Virtual Museum of Canada: Narrative Threads

Textile Museum of Canada, Narrative ThreadsNarrative Threads: Crafting the Canadian Quilt is a new Virtual Museum of Canada project launched by the Textile Museum of Canada.

TMC Volunteers are invited to explore a wealth of story-rich artifacts at, and to contribute their own special belongings and the stories associated with them to one of the most dynamic and distinctive Canadian cultural archives. To participate, click here to submit an artifact to the website.

Produced by the TMC in conjunction with national partners including the Manitoba Crafts Museum and Library, Western Development Museum, Niagara Historical Society & Museum, Delta Museum and Archives Society, and Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, the exhibit showcases a diverse array of historical objects, material culture and handicrafts, reflecting their role in shaping the country’s rich cultural landscape.

TMC Volunteers: We would be thrilled if you would all be a part of it!

– Shauna McCabe, executive director, Textile Museum of Canada



About Strand News

Strand News is the online meeting place for members of the Volunteer Association of the Textile Museum of Canada. Our annual fundraisers, including the Textile Bazaar, support Museum programs and exhibitions.

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This entry was posted on December 21, 2015 by in News, Textile Museum of Canada and tagged .

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