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Wex Previews New Exhibition with Offsite Installations

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Wex Previews New Exhibition with Offsite Installations

The Wexner Center for the Arts kicks off its 30th anniversary year of exhibitions with “HERE,” featuring artists Ann Hamilton, Jenny Holzer and Maya Lin. The exhibition will present site-specific installations throughout the center’s galleries and beyond, the latter of which can be previewed this evening, Friday, Sept. 20, just before the exhibition’s opening tomorrow. […]

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City of Dublin to Introduce System Using Blockchain Technology

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman City of Dublin to Introduce System Using Blockchain Technology

The City of Dublin is planning to introduce a new system that will use blockchain technology in place of its traditional information database system, giving residents new capabilities and ways to achieve privacy unlike ever before. The use of blockchains is most commonly understood in the use of cryptocurrency and specifically in Bitcoin, where a […]

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City Awarded Grant to Create Financial Empowerment for Women

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman City Awarded Grant to Create Financial Empowerment for Women

The City of Columbus is one of seven municipalities to be awarded a $20,000 CityStart grant from the Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund to create financial empowerment strategies for women and families. Each city will receive $20,000 for planning and an intensive six to nine-month “technical assistance engagement partnership” with the fund. The application was […]

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Columbus City Schools Improves One Letter Grade

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Columbus City Schools Improves One Letter Grade

Columbus City Schools saw a letter-grade improvement to a ‘D’ on its State Report Card, among additional improvements over the last year. Released by the Ohio Department of Education, the report card shows results from state testing during the 2018-2019 school year. “While our overall grade of a ‘D’ is certainly not the end goal, […]

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GCAC Creates Citywide Public Art Database

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman GCAC Creates Citywide Public Art Database

In an effort to build awareness of the variety of public art in Columbus, the Greater Columbus Arts Council has created a searchable database of public art online. The database lists more than 800 public art sculptures, murals, historic theaters and installations found at nearly 350 sites around Franklin County, and suggests other artwork and […]

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New Books to Document Columbus Art, Artists

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman New Books to Document Columbus Art, Artists

Trying to take in all of the unique, interesting things within the Columbus arts scene can be a difficult challenge, especially with the information overload social media can subject us to. In the past, projects like the Columbus Book Project have taken on the responsibility of documenting the Columbus arts scene (and more) through a […]

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Photos: Scene75 to Open Indoor Entertainment Center at Tuttle Mall

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Photos: Scene75 to Open Indoor Entertainment Center at Tuttle Mall

Within just a few weeks, entertainment company Scene75 will open its first location in Central Ohio. The Dayton-based, family-owned company is transforming a former Macy’s location into 225,000 square feet of indoor activities and attractions, the largest the company has ever built. Construction on the center took place over the last year. In total the […]

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