2016 Top Workplaces: Nominations now open

It’s time to submit nominations for recognition next year as one of 
Columbus CEO’s 2016 Top Workplaces.

Q&A: Nannette Maciejunes on Columbus Museum of Art’s expansion, future

The executive director of the Columbus Museum of Art discusses the museum’s expansion, champions of local art and more.

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