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Seen in Deco Doug's booth at the Michigan Modernism ShowSeen in the Just About Modern boothSeen in the Deco Haus boothSeen in the Spencer Weisz booth

Due to the impending winter storm, the Expo will close today at 2 PM

Please Drive Safely!

Find items like these at the 2013 Exposition of 20th Century Decorative Arts, December 7-8, 2013.

New Date! New Location! There's No Plate Like Chrome for the Holidays

Events
Current, future, and past ADSW events. Also, outside events.
More ADSW events coming soon.

Preservation
ADSW's efforts to protect the area's rich Art Deco heritage.
Alert: Kennedy-Warren

Perspectives
Articles, reviews, and viewpoints about Art Deco.

Web Sites
Links to over 800 web sites related to Art Deco.
Links are now closed to new submissions.

Editor's Pick: Cloche Hats: Handmade cloche hats made from vintage reproduction millinery patterns.

Sites
The description and history of Art Deco sites around the area

Expo Program 2011
Expo Program 2011: View the exhibitor listing from the 2011 Exposition of 20th Century Decorative Arts. Please support our advertisers. Expo_2011--Program.pdf

Membership
Information about our society and how to become a member.
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Volunteer
Help with ADSW preservation, programs, and other activities.
Volunteer: Help Inventory Art Deco Structures

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Photos & Videos
See photos and videos of past events.

Forum
Questions and answers about Art Deco.

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Recent Donors: 2004-2006
Donations: Make a tax-deductible contribution
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The Art Deco Society of Washington is a nonprofit organization established to foster public awareness and appreciation of the Art Deco period through volunteer actions to preserve the era's decorative, industrial, architectural, and cultural arts and celebrate the period's dance, film, and music.

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