Amy Webb, Director of the Arts & Business Council of New York, explores the intersection between business and the arts in the Unique Business Partnerships blog salon with her thoughts on including employee art in the workplace. She shares her personal experience with an empowering employee engagement program that brought the artistic talents of the employees at at Neuberger Berman into the office. Programs like this make room for employees’ talents on the walls or on the stage, and they deepen an employee’s connection with and investment in the company that celebrates all the talents their employees have.
Congratulations to the New CMA
This week I am thrilled to join the community in celebrating the reopening of the Columbus Museum of Art and the dedication of the new Margaret M. Walter Wing. This really is a rebirth for the museum. This project has been 10 years in the making and it is not…
Keep CD102.5 In Tune With Columbus
I view Columbus as a collection of collaborative, creative, supportive upstarts. There is a culture here that breeds a unique kind of DIY spirit—we aren’t just do-it-yourselfers, we are also fiercely loyal and supportive of anyone else who’s trying to jumpstart their own grassroots effort. This attitude permeates every sector…
The Making of a Premier Arts Festival
The Columbus Arts Festival is one week away. As the Greater Columbus Arts Council staff and I have been busy finalizing the myriad details that go into producing this massive event, I found myself thinking of my pre-Arts Council days. I have lived in Columbus for 40 years and have…