Posts Tagged ‘Ingenuity Fest’

Art in Cleveland (via Cool Cleveland)

September 12, 2012

Ingenuity 2012: A Renaissance in Motion

Prepare to once again create, participate, demonstrate and innovate as Ingenuity, the Cleveland Festival of Art & Technology, materializes in yet another location Fri 9/14 throughSun 9/16 at docks 32 and 30 north of Cleveland Browns Stadium and the Great Lakes Science Center on the lakefront. Read more about Ingenuity Fest…

Wed 9/12 @ 8:20 – 10:30pm

PechaKucha Night Cleveland is back with Volume #16. Get inspired. This month you’ll hear from comedian Mike Polk, Kim Jenkins of Rising Star Coffee, Justin Markert of Cellar Door CLE and many other interesting folks.

Where it’s at? Star Plaza, that’s where. Go early.


Tremont Arts & Cultural Festival

Sat 9/15 @ 11am – 6pm
Sun 9/16 @ noon – 5pm

Celebrate the cultural and artistic diversity of Tremont and Greater Cle at one of the most beloved festivals of the year. Going into its 14th year, the Tremont Arts & Cultural Festival offers a hodgepodge of creativity and community — art vendors, community organizations and social justice groups, kids activities and lots of good food. Spend the day or spend the weekend in Lincoln Park.


Sparx City Hop

Sat 9/15 @ 11am – 9pm

Explore Cleveland’s vibrant neighborhoods
Experience Cleveland’s history through walking tours
Celebrate Cleveland’s arts & culture scene

Hop onto a free trolley and explore different parts of the city. This year the Sparx City Hop has four routes — through the Campus District, Tremont, Ohio City and Art Quarter/Asia Town.

All stops features are bumpin’ with live entertainment, history facts and some even connect to local events (the Arts & Cultural Fest in Tremont and the C-Town Chow Down in the Campus District).

Want to experience Sparx in a new way? Bike-Ride the Route!

Ingenuity Fest in the Plain Dealer

September 15, 2011

The coolest, most interesting, most distinctive and best arts festival in the whole world ever is this weekend in Cleveland. / Plain Dealer has more details about the festival.  Check out these links:

Cleveland’s Ingenuityfest kicks off Friday with an intriguing blend of art, technology

What to see at Ingenuityfest

For more details, including a schedule and map, visit:

Ingenuity Fest, Sep 16-18, Lower Level of Detroit-Superior Bridge

September 6, 2011

This just has to be about the coolest thing.  Don’t just go, invite all of your friends from out of town to come in for this one.  An arts festival celebrating the union of art and technology on the lower level of a bridge spanning the Flats where rail trolleys used to run?  If this project can be sustained for years into the future it could be legendary.

Fri, Sep 16, 5pm – 1am
Sat, Sep 17, 12pm – 1am
Sun, Sep 18 12pm – 5pm

Visit for more information.  Be sure to check out the schedule and map.


Ingenuity Festival on the Bridge

September 23, 2010

This free art event is not-to-be-missed.  This weekend, Sep 24-26 on the Detroit Superior Bridge.  This is going to be awesome.  Just being on the lower level of the bridge is great.  Last year’s Bridge Project was a smashing success.  Combining with Ingenuity Fest proper is sort of hard to comprehend.  Be there.

Learn more here on the Ingenuity Fest website.

Economic Boost from Ingenuityfest, Gordon Square Arts District

March 30, 2010

Gordon Square Arts District is pumping millions of dollars and new jobs into the regional economy by attracting patrons to its restaurants, galleries and theaters, according to a report by Team NEO.

“The ripple effects of Ingenuity fest and the Gordon Square Arts District pour millions of dollars into the region’s economy, according to two new Team NEO studies.”

Read the article from the Plain Dealer /

Team NEO study projects economic boost from Ingenuityfest, Gordon Square Arts District |

Ingenuity Fest Call to Artists

December 8, 2009

Ingenuity Fest is on the Bridge next year.  To find out more visit:

To participate, visit:

Ingenuity Fest This Weekend

July 9, 2009

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– a weekend-long celebration designed for audiences of any age.  Pushing boundaries, creating a unique festival experience that draws and celebrates diversity, and involves the audience as both spectator and participant!

July 10 – 12 in downtown Cleveland.

Visit the website for more information.