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ATHM Self-Guided Audio Tour

ATHM Self-Guided Audio Tour
Free with general admission. Get your own guided tour without paying the guided tour price! Just follow the list of cell phone tour stops, and dial up for a teen's perspective on our displays. The tour includes historic songs, original poetry, and more. Created for ATHM by teens from Lowell's United Teen Equality Center - check it out!

ATHM's Making Lowell Slide Lecture

Slide Lecture: Making Lowell
Sunday, April 27, 2014, 2 4pm
Dr. David Unger, ATHM's Director of Interpretation, will talk about his ongoing research on the Locks & Canals Company, the Lowell Machine Shop, and the workers who built Lowell's factories. Making Lowell is offered in conjunction with the current exhibition Inventing Lowell, produced as part of a project sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution's Lemelson Center for Invention and Innovation.

Bank of America Presents Museums on Us

Bank of America Presents Museums on Us

Next Museums on Us (MOU) weekend:
May 3 and 4

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Watch Video:
Here is a video about Flowers in the Factory by exhibiting artist Deborah Baronas:

Media Highlights:

Textile Museum's Ward Earns Honors
The Lowell Sun recognizes ATHM Librarian Jane Ward for receiving the New England Archivists' Distinguished Service Award

Pajamas in Public: The Battle of 'appropriate' vs. 'comfy'
CNN.com interviewed ATHM Curator Karen Herbaugh about the history of acceptable clothing in public.

Textile Museum's Longtime Supporters
Bequeath $1M

An article in the Lowell Sun about the recent gift to the Museum in the will of G. Gordon and Marjorie Osborne, accompanied online by a video featuring ATHM's Osborne Library

Artscope Review: Color Revolution
In the Jan./Feb. 2014 issue, Artscope magazine reviews ATHM's current special exhibition.