- DACO External Relations Manager Judith Oppenheimer was featured in the Lancaster Eagle Gazette.
- Our Christmas with the Ohio Presidents exhibition made the Travel section of the Chicago Tribune.
- The Columbus Dispatch explored our Christmas exhibition too.
- WOUB interviewed Dr. George Johnson, curator of Christmas with the Ohio Presidents.
- Good Day Columbus visited us to kick off the 2019 holiday season.
- The Lancaster Eagle Gazette covered our Christmas tree display.
We are proud of the media attention we have been receiving for our programs, exhibitions and wonderful staff! Check out our recent mentions:
Welcome to 2020 at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio – it’s a new decade and it’s our 20th anniversary year!
Thank you for your support and commitments to our center as we continue building the arts institution of the future. We depend on the county, foundation grants, donors and members to develop great exhibits, produce events and host our speaker series, as well as provide a strong arts curriculum – and we are grateful for your partnership and patronage this year.
Ohio Presidents: Surprising Legacies has just closed and we’re happy to report a successful 14-week run. The addition of Christmas with the Ohio Presidents curated by George and Jean Johnson and our Santa at the Saylor House events added a whole new level of holiday inspiration and drove record-high attendance levels. Our volunteers and staff are enjoying a well-earned break!
We are happy to announce the Fairfield County Artists in Residence program at the Wendel Center for the Arts. We welcomed Pam Whiteley and this amazing group of artists to our campus mid-December and are thrilled to have them making art 9 am to 3 pm in our facility every Tuesday and Wednesday.
Plan to see Tell Me a Story Where the Bad Girl Wins: The Life & Art of Barbara Shermund from January 25 to April 28. And I look forward to seeing our members at the special Member Opening Party on January 24. We are grateful for the Fox Foundation sponsorship of this compelling exhibit. You’ll have the chance to enroll in chalk talks, cartooning and drawing classes to coincide with this exhibit, as well as watercolor classes and open studio nights.
We’re working to start pottery classes in February – but we need wheels! If you would like to donate a pottery wheel, or provide funding for us to purchase one, let me know – as we have teachers and students ready to go…..