Come hear what we’re planning and be heard about what you’d like to see…
If you’ve come to Ingenuity in the past or you’re just starting to get to know us, we’d like to hear more from you. There is a lot of excitement about Ingenuity 2010 with our move to the Veterans Memorial Bridge and to the Fall, but we want ideas from the entire community.
When: Tuesday, February 2 @ 6 PM
Where: The Nature Center at Shaker Lakes (2600 South Park Boulevard in Shaker Heights)
We’ll be presenting slides on success stories from the past and sharing our ideas from the future. If you’re a big fan of Ingenuity, bring a friend. If you’ve never been to the Festival but want to hear more, come along! We’re hoping for a spirit discussion and a chance to meet new friends.
Please RSVP by January 31 in the form below or call us at 216-589-9444
Don’t forget, this Friday is another artist tour of the bridge. It’s a great way to get to know the space before you make a proposal.
We will be conducting artist walkthroughs monthly. All will take place at 1:30PM. Artists can meet James Levin at the Engineers Service Garage on the Superior Viaduct, across from St Malachai Church.
Tour Dates all at 1:30 PM:
Our call to artist form is up as well. If you need a hard copy, we’ll be posting a PDF download later this week.
See you on the bridge!
Discovery News has a piece up on Doctors Without Borders use of inflatable hospitals. These are vital in places like Haiti where infrastructure is so compromised and injuries so severe that a hospital needs to literally appear out of thin air.
The article cites a Plain Dealer Infographic on how the hospitals work and highlights the work of Cleveland area company FSI North America.
It’s all a reminder that true ingenuity can be fun but it can also save lives.
From Discovery News (read the full article here):
It’s exactly what it sounds like: a temporary hospital with inflatable components that can be deployed whenever needed. Doctors Without Borders has been employing them for years, including an impressive inflatable nine-tent, 120-bed center in Pakistan following a 7.6 magnitude earthquake there in 2005. The hospital post-and-beam frames can be made from the same fabric in inflatable lifeboats. Nylon interior and exterior walls leave space for air to create an insulating effect. The Cleveland Plain Dealer created an infographic showing one kind of inflatable hospital.
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 the comments section. Or vote for the Hamburger festival. We don’t want to sway the democratic process, just keep people informed. But seriously, write-in Ingenuity.
Also, if you could include http://www.ingenuitycleveland.com in your comment so much the better. Something along the lines of “I really enjoyed the Hamburger festival, but check out ingenuitycleveland.com. Those folks know how to put on a non-hamburger festival.”
That’ll do just fine… Thanks!
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.
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 every moment of our lives. A mysterious karmic tale that spans a life time repetitively gives second chances and allows for grasping wisdom through mistakes made in the heat of passion.
Choreographer and performer Lisa K. Lock’s new work ponders questions about the privilege of owning a body, in a fable of incarnating souls. Memories are made visible with an unrolling large red train, at times decorative and at times limiting, it is a metaphor for the fabric of life, the red thread, and a bloody past.
Collaborators include Larry Coleman (video and PR), Paul Gurgol (artistic advisor) and Russ Borski (costume designer).
This piece will be presented along with other terrific pieces at CPT’s Big Box Series. It’s 11 pieces presented over eight weekends. Read about all of them here and go see them!