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DACO’s First Photography Exhibition Examines the Contemporary Eye

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On September 9, the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio (DACO) unveiled their very first photography exhibition, entitled In Our Own Image: the Genesis of Photography and the Contemporary Eye. The two-part exhibition examines the development of photography starting in the 19th century through the modern day, as well as the continual use of those antique… Read More

DACO to Host ‘Women Speak’ Event July 8-9

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July 8-9 the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio (DACO), nestled in the throbbing heart of downtown Lancaster, will host “Celebrating Women’s Voices Through Art and Expression,” an entire weekend of various art-centric, female-experience-exploring programming. The event is paired alongside DACO’s current exhibition, Three Voices: Conversations on Life and Conflict, which features the work of three… Read More

DACO to Showcase ‘Three Voices: Conversations on Life and Conflict’

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Through August 13, the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio (DACO), 145 E. Main St., Lancaster, will examine the importance of expression by way of hosting Three Voices: Conversations on Life and Conflict – an exhibition that showcases the work of three accomplished, Ohioan, and female artists. Judith Brandon is a watercolorist based out of Cleveland;… Read More

Spring 2017 Will Be a Big One For Ohio Quilters

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Throughout the spring, there will be an abundance of world class quilts on display throughout Ohio. Kicking off earlier this month, the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio in Lancaster is showcasing “Circular Abstractions: Bull’s Eye Quilts,” an extensive display of 51 large quilts curated by world-renowned fabric artist Nancy Crow. In May, the Dairy Barn… Read More

DACO Joins Growing Efforts to Create Accessibility

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In this installment of Conversations From Studio B, WOUB’s Emily Votaw spoke with Autumn Brown, the transition manager for ATCO Adult Services and Passion Works Studio, and Trisha Clifford-Sprouse, the acting co-director of the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio (DACO), about DACO’s new sensory friendly museum tours and the effort that organizations like ATCO and Passion… Read More