PM at the TM: An Urban Picnic

In the spirit of the Textile Museum's latest exhibition "Green: the Color and the Cause," Washingtonians started the summer off right with an evening picnic in the museum's hidden garden.

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In the spirit of the Textile Museum's latest exhibit, "Green: The Color and the Cause," Washingtonians started the summer off right with an evening picnic in the museum's hidden garden. Here, photographer Vincent Gallegos snaps Allie in a springtime shot.
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Guests enjoyed time on the lawn for games, a round of beach blanket bingo, live music, drinks and market treats.
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Gina and Shane play horseshoes in the garden.
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Gabi, Bridget, Travis and Ari.
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Laura Roulet, author Kerry Reichs and event organizer Philippa Hughes of the Pink Line Project.
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Guests explored how artists are reacting to the "green" movement and what the color has meant to cultures throughout the ages.
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Jennifer and Casie enjoy a summer picnic
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The Textile Museum, established in 1925 by George Hewitt Myers, is an international center for the exhibition, study , collection and preservation of textile arts.
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