DC Textile Museum sets opening date

In order to safely transfer the Textile Museum’s collection to its new home, conservators intend to temporarily freeze the more than 19,000 textiles and carpets
The facility is part of larger effort to make George Washington University into an arts hub... The museum is set to occupy both the Maxwell Woodhull House, a historic former home of a US Navy commander, and a 35,000 sq. ft addition designed by the local firm Hartman-Cox Architects. Since the university finalized its merger with the Corcoran in August, it has also assumed operations of the gallery’s Beaux-Arts building near the White House.
— The Art Newspaper