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Costumes of the Americas Museum

The Brownsville Historical Association (BHA) is excited to announce that the Costumes of the Americas Museum (CAM) will open to the public on Sept. 13 with its first exhibit that focuses on the deeper story of textiles.
Hidden in Fabric: Stories of Tradition and Culture, stretches beyond fashion and style and focuses on textiles’ unique ability to tell a story. For centuries, cultures around the world have used the language of fabric to express themselves, their environments, and their beliefs. The exhibit features traditional clothing from Mexico, Central America, and South America that highlight the hidden stories of culture and traditions interwoven in fabrics, patterns, and colors.
Operating hours are from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. Free admission every Saturday from September 17 through October 15, other days of the week, regular BHA museum admission prices apply.
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Date

Sep 13 2022

Time

All Day

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Location

Costumes of the Americas Museum
1004 E. Sixth Street Brownsville, Texas 78520

Organizer

Brownsville Historical Association (BHA)
Phone
(956) 548-1313
Website
https://www.brownsvillehistory.org/
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