In 2012, Ingenuity launched a Science Fiction Fair pilot project. We brought together thought leaders and experts from the community as well as a small but eager group of students from Cleveland schools. Those students used this expert input to form a vision of their future. Working with illustrators from the Rust Belt Monster […]
Lynda’s work was featured at last year’s festival. She’s doing a redux of Having no Alternative / Gone too Far at the Legation Gallery on Friday May 18th. Check it out.
Ingenuity, the Cleveland Festival of Art & Technology, announces a new location for 2012. The Festival will take place on September 14 – 16 at Docks 32 and 30 which sit on the lakefront north of Browns Stadium and the Great Lakes Science Center. Two warehouses on the site will provide over 120,000 sq/ft of […]
“This is the first time I’ve had the opportunity to play every genre I’ve ever played all in one night. I really am excited about that. I keep telling people the coolest thing about what I’m going to do here is that it’s going to be everything. And I don’t think I’ve ever had a […]
Local designer Chris Yanc (cyancdesign) will debut a preview of his latest project for this fall’s festival, the “Game of Life”, at Bal Ingenieux. Last September, cyancdesign brought the glowing Interactive Hallway and Digital Graffiti Wall, where festival goers used mock spray cans to create graffiti art on a large digital screen powered by openFrameworks. […]