One of the great museums in D.C. is the Textile Museum (2320 S Street NW) and they have discovered the wonders of PCVs working with crafts in the developing world.  Next Wednesday, July 6, 2011,  there was be a panel discussion entitled “Craft for Change: Textiles and Business Development” from Noon to 2 p.m. featuring panelists Kevin Healy, an RPCV and former USAID employee; Julia Zagar, an RPCV who founded a textile co-op in Peru and now owns Zagar Gallery in Philadelphia; and Elena Borquist Noyes, a current PCV working with Tongan weavers to market their crafts. For more information, call: 202.667.0441, ext 64.