Update: DCCA Exhibit Closes Early Over Coronavirus Concerns

(Beaver Dam) The Dodge County Center for the Arts latest exhibit is a retrospective featuring works from the late Nancy Zieman. The Celebrating Nancy Zieman Exhibit features a large collection of original landscape wall quilts designed and sewn by Zieman. There will also be articles from Zieman’s personal collection, including the very first “Nancy’s Notions” one-sheet flyer along with her first edition sewing books. Nancy Zieman Productions Vice President Deanna Springer says Nancy was who you saw on television and was friend and sewing mentor to so many. Springer says there will be images of Nancy with her family and friends sprinkled throughout the exhibit. She says it will also feature behind the scene pictures from “Sewing With Nancy” along with her actual free-motion machine-quilting frame and Baby Lock Sewing Machine, used to sew nearly 70 landscape quilts. The Celebrating Nancy Zieman exhibit will be on display until March 29th on Thursdays and Fridays from 2pm to 5pm, Saturdays from 11am to 5pm and Sundays from 1pm to 4pm. The show is free and open to the public.