Interesting video from CNN on Jane McGonigal. She’s an online game designer that is working on games that can solve real-world problems. It’s an interesting take on how creativity and fun tap into some very serious issues of our time.
From Shrinking Cities comes a post comparing the reuse of the Detroit-Superior Bridge to New York’s High Line: Continue the schedule of temporary events begun with the Bridge Project in fall 2009, but analyse these to decide what uses or combination of uses are likely to work as permanent occupants of the span. One success […]
Ingenuity Talkback 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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]