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Enjoy the new Exhibits at American Textile History Museum in #Lowell

The American Textile History Museum is delighted to present MILL WORKS: Inventing Lowell and Flowers in the Factory, two very special exhibitions transporting visitors into the captivating world of 19th-century New England.

Curated by ATHM Director of Interpretation David Unger, these are two dramatically different exhibits with a common theme of New England’s textile mills. Inventing Lowell is a preview of a absorbing video series on the founding of Lowell, produced by ATHM and Lowell Telecommunications Corp. for the 2015 “Places of Invention” exhibit at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.  Flowers in the Factory is an innovative, large-scale, fabric art installation bringing historic photographs from the ATHM collection to life through ethereal, translucent silk-screened fabric panels by artist Deborah Baronas. Together, they create an experience not to be missed.

Click here to reserve a pass.

(Non residents of Lowell are asked to reserve in person or over the phone: 978-674-4120)