Posts Tagged ‘art’

LittleDaVinci Funnels Necessary Dollars to Art Education Programs

LittleDaVinci Funnels Necessary Dollars to Art Education Programs
Behind every great idea is a little bit of creativity. Every career requires it to some degree. But how do we learn such a skill? Our first introduction to creativity is normally grade school art classes, but with an ever-increasing focus on math and science, the arts are losing funding. One local company...
March 4th, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

Customers Make Their Own Pottery at Clayspace Gallery 831

Customers Make Their Own Pottery at Clayspace Gallery 831
At Clayspace Gallery 831, customers are limited only by their imaginations. Clayspace sprung from the imagination of its owner Tami Knight, a former registered nurse who was ready to do something fun. Open for seven years in a large, beautiful Brewery District location at 831 S. Front St., this fully...
September 3rd, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

At Work: A look at Sweet Stella Designs’ studio space

At Work: A look at Sweet Stella Designs’ studio space
Amy Neiwirth is having a great year. She recently moved into a new apartment, which allowed her to bring her jewelry and art studio back into her home, she sold nearly 500 pieces of jewelry in 2011, and she’s gotten lots of publicity− most notably, a mention in The Official Bicentennial Guide...
February 15th, 2012 | At Work | Read More

NRG Gallery opens in Westgate with assistance from ECDI

NRG Gallery opens in Westgate with assistance from ECDI
Columbus native Nicholas Gonzalez wore many hats throughout his long career, from taxi driver, to restaurant manager, and finally retiring as an insurance underwriter. After losing his wife to cancer in 2004, he found himself pursuing a very different passion: painting. His love of creating art soon...
November 23rd, 2011 | ECDI Spotlight | Read More

Tweet and Go Seek blends art, virtual world, real-time activity, marketing

Tweet and Go Seek blends art, virtual world, real-time activity, marketing
Matthew Barnes says he’s been fascinated with marketing and advertising since childhood, watching TV commercials and determining their effectiveness based on imagery and language. In fact, he frequently paid more attention to commercials than the programming they interrupted. Today, Barnes’s...
June 1st, 2011 | Business Profiles | Read More