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Don't Miss: Hammer Regatta This Weekend

The Hammer Regatta is a unique blend of athletics, music and art being held this Sunday at St. Ignatius’ Murphy Field House from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Hammer has partnered with members of the Cleveland arts community that have been part of recent Ingenuity Festivals. The Hammer is free to attend, and if you […]

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Help Vote Ingenuity as #1 Festival in Cleveland

We’ve got nothing against the National Hamburger Festival, but we think we’re tops when it comes to Festivals in the area. Here’s the thing…somehow we were overlooked in the nominations for Best Festival in Cleveland from Metromix! Here’s how you can help us rectify the situation: Go to this link: http://cleveland.metromix.com/events/best-of-award/festival/1701856/content And ‘write-in’ Ingenuity in […]

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Amazing Things People Are Saying About Us…

Below are some recent incoming links to the Ingenuity site.  Keep ’em coming! charboneau linked here saying, “If you have not yet heard, Ingenuity—Cleveland’s F …” theodoreferringer linked here saying, “It had spent the last week living under a rock in …” SicklyBug and Cassaendra linked here saying, “The Veterans Memorial Bridge was constructed in […]

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Lisa Lock Performance in February

Ingenuity favorite Lisa Lock will be presenting Concentric Cycles, a piece that she choreographed and will perform at the Cleveland Public Theatre February 19 – 21. Concentric Cycles Choreographed by Lisa K. Lock and Performed by Amy Compton and Lisa K. Lock. As time passes, memories weave a fabric that connects with the present, shaping […]

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Aimee Mullins and her 12 pairs of legs

This is a very cool talk that highlights what can happen when science, medicine and art come together.  Mullins turns the idea of disability on its head and has redefined her missing legs around the needs of her life rather than the other way around. From TED.com: Athlete, actor and activist Aimee Mullins talks about […]

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