For three years running, Wild Goose Creative has taken the top spot in our readers survey as best arts/cultural organization in Columbus. Located at 2491 Summit Street, this venue hosts a wide variety of events ranging from musical performances to art gallery exhibitions to cooking classes and more. Top 10 Arts & Cultural Organizations of […]
For the second year since introducing the category, The Mid-Ohio Foodbank has won our readers’ votes as the best nonprofit or charity in Columbus. The Foodbank provides hunger relief to Central Ohioans and collaborates with over 500 other food pantries, kitchens and shelters to distribute food to those in need. To read up on more […]
A small group of local wine shops are setting aside their competitive differences to collaborate through the creation of a new organization known as the Columbus Wine Collective. This group will promote the buying of wine locally and educate consumers on the value of spending money with local, independent shops. “Wine consumers will find so […]
Asking our readers to pick a favorite nonprofit or charity is tricky thing to do. Ultimately, every charitable organization stands for a good cause, and every nonprofit has a mission that some people will identify with and strongly align themselves with. So by no means is this recognition done at the exclusion of others. In fact, we […]
Columbus is blessed to be home to so many cultural organizations, large and small, that promote the arts in various ways. From our larger institutions down to our newer arts collaboratives, there’s something to be found for everyone. For the second year in a row, Wild Goose Creative has topped our reader survey list, and […]
Earlier today, The PNC Foundation announced a new $500,000 round of arts grants that will be distributed to 13 local arts organizations. This funding is the second year that PNC is donating to the region over the span of a three-year $1.5M commitment called PNC Arts Alive. “Central Ohio’s thriving arts scene continues to serve […]
Last week, the Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC) issued $10,000 in funding to 13 local community organizations during their first round of Neighborhood Arts funding for 2011. These grants provide funds for community-based arts projects and is designed to support community participation in the arts.