The TextielMuseum and TextielLab are currently closed to the public due to the coronavirus. As we wish to continue inspiring people with textiles, now you can experience the TextielMuseum at home through our Online TextielMuseum.
Textielworkshops @ home
As the act of making plays a central role in the TextielMuseum, every week, we are organising a fun and sustainable workshop that you can do at home via the online museum. Time to get making!
Photo: Pey, Sashiko Denim
Photo: Clare McGibbon
Ask the museum staff
Curator Adelheid Smit, photo: Aad Hoogendoorn
Always wanted to know what a day as a museum director is like? Or do you have a question about our collection for one of our curators? As of this week, you can ask a different TextielMuseum employee a question every Wednesday.
Made in the TextielLab
Samira Boon during the development of her project ‘Super Folds’ in the TextielLab
In the series #madeinthetextiellab we highlight the most innovative, sustainable, or inspiring textile projects that have been developed in the TextielLab over the years, mostly in commission of the TextielMuseum.
TextielLab Sample Studio
A visitor at the TextielLab Sample Studio
The TextielLab is the professional atelier of the TextielMuseum, where designers, artists and fashion designers come to create pioneering new textiles. The Sample Studio showcases the most innovative fabrics produced and is the ideal place to kickstart every new textile creation. In addition to a physical space in the museum, you can also see the Sample Studio online. Here you can discover international textile projects by designers and artists such as Jan Taminiau and Otobong Nkanga that have been made in het TextielLab.