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Columbus Makes Art Presents Glass Artist Alexandra Fresch

Melody Reed Melody Reed Columbus Makes Art Presents Glass Artist Alexandra Fresch

This Dec. 7-9, Glass Axis will host its annual Holiday Glass Art Sale in the Franklinton Arts District. The art sale will feature the work of over two dozen local glass artists, one of those artists is Alexandra Fresch. We caught up with Alex to learn about what she’s been making and what she’ll be […]

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Comfortable Yet Productive: The Key Design Elements of a Coworking Space

Susan Post Susan Post Comfortable Yet Productive: The Key Design Elements of a Coworking Space

There exists a perfect balance in the design of a coworking space: comfortable yet productive. It’s an elusive cord to strike and one accomplished most notably through creating different environments within a space. From private offices, to dedicated desks, to a lounge chair and kitchenette, each plays an important role in the design of a […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents: John Sunami and Generations of Art

Nancy Colvin Nancy Colvin Columbus Makes Art Presents: John Sunami and Generations of Art

John Sunami has been a Columbus resident since 1976. A pioneer of digital art, he was the winner of one of the first ever digital art competitions, as sponsored by MacWorld Magazine in the early 1980s. His public art and sculptures are now found across town, at the COTA headquarters, at the corner of Livingston […]

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Know Your Neighborhood: Things to Do in Clintonville

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Know Your Neighborhood: Things to Do in Clintonville

The Clintonville neighborhood just north of Downtown Columbus is especially known for notable landmarks like Whetstone Park, the Park of Roses, and historically, the city’s first zoo and the country’s largest amusement park. Today, Clintonville’s business district is a hub for Columbus’ newest and most iconic businesses and restaurants, as you can see below: Grab […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents Illustrator Simran Khaira

Kim Nagorski Kim Nagorski Columbus Makes Art Presents Illustrator Simran Khaira

The Ohio Craft Museum’s 19th annual holiday sale, Gifts of the Craftsmen, offers unique gifts handcrafted by over 100 artists from Ohio and across the United States. The sale features work by several artists new to the museum gift shop, including whimsical greeting cards by Columbus illustrator Simran Khaira. We caught up with her to […]

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4 Ways to Utilize Coworking Spaces

Susan Post Susan Post 4 Ways to Utilize Coworking Spaces

Coworking spaces are opening up a world of possibilities for the way businesses large and small work. Whether the need is meeting space once a month or a destination to work every day, flexibility is the name of the game when it comes to coworking. The rise in popularity of these community-driven workspaces is also […]

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Bigger Isn’t Always Better: 4 Reasons to Shop Small This Season

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis Bigger Isn’t Always Better: 4 Reasons to Shop Small This Season

It’s the local corner coffee shop, the trendy boutique in the middle of town, or the homemade soap shop down the street. Small businesses like these are the pillar of our country, and their impact on our economy is undeniable. According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), there are 28 million small businesses operating in […]

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