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 Athlete, actor and activist Aimee Mullins talks about […]

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Cool History on Veteran's Memorial Bridge

Over at The Cool HIstory of Cleveland, Tech Czar’s written terrific mini-history of the Veteran’s Memorial Bridge — the site of next year’s festival.  The post quotes extensively from a book devoted to the history of the bridge titled appropriately: The History of Veterans Memorial Bridge (90th Anniversary Edition) by William E. Beyer. It’s really […]

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IngenuityFest Moves to Veterans Memorial Bridge in September of 2010

CLEVELAND, Ohio (November 18, 2009) – Cleveland’s cutting edge festival of arts, music, and technology will be held in 2010 from September 24th to 26th.  This new time for the festival, traditionally held in the summer, will coincide with a new location:  the lower level of Veterans Memorial (Detroit-Superior) Bridge, which carries Ohio Routes 6 […]

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IngenuityFest Expands Leadership Team

Paula Grooms Appointed Executive Director; James Levin Artistic Director CLEVELAND, Ohio (November 18, 2009) –IngenuityFest, the Cleveland Festival of Art and Technology, announced today an expansion of its leadership team. The new team will consist of Founder/Artistic Director James Levin and newly appointed Executive Director Paula Grooms . Cleveland architect Doug Hoffman will lead IngenuityFest […]

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Photos of The Bridge Project from Jay Levan

More fabulous photos of The Bridge Project taken by Jay Levan. You can view the photos here: Link Jay’s website is here:

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Cleveland Magazine on the Bridge Project

The Detroit-Superior Bridge’s lower level, where streetcars ran until 1954, has fascinated James Levin ever since he sneaked in as a teen. Read the full article here: Link

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