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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -
are interested in art, technology, innovation and creativity you will want to
attend IngenuityFest 2013, presented by Scene Magazine, which will be
filled with all of the above plus much more.
IngenuityFest 2013 will be held
September 20-22 at Docks 30 and 32 North of FirstEnergy (Browns) Stadium and on
Ingenuity Gallery will be an entire warehouse full of innovative art, pressing
mediums to the limit and stretching the imagination. This gallery will house
large-scale works like "Foothills" by Jeff Chiplis, in which over
60-feet of glowing electric neon creates a mesmerizing landscape, and George
Kozmon's monumental "Cloudscape," a massive panoramic mural which
will be created onsite throughout the course of the weekend.
gallery also features work that plays with ideas of technology, past and
present. Using images of the first Wright Brother's flier, Kate Shannon's
"Construction / Destruction" creates a looped animation speaking to
the wonder and dangers of flight, while Target Six-16 by Stephen Tackacs
invites audiences to enter a large scale camera obscura.
will be several pieces of pure Ingenuity combining the exploration of
technology with artistic expression from interactive LED walls, holography,
soundscapes, and more. The Ingenuity Gallery will also include "A Gallery
of Work" by Andrew Reach, "Soniferous Eyes" by Sean Procyk,
"Symbolic Logic" by Guy-Vincent Ricketti, "Touch the Sky"
by Michael Greenwald, "Light Cone" by Tom Cvetkovich, "Rainfall"
by Akimitsu Sadoi, "Boy and a Cat" by Shawn Kearns, "Tesseract
and Praxis" by Alex Town, "Short Court" by Jake Myers, and
"Preservational Determinism; Preservation In Mind" by Mallory Haas.
2013 will have dance, theater, and performances that defy explanation happening
all weekend in rotation on one stage. An interior warehouse will be transformed
for a weekend into a blackbox theater space where artists explore how humanity
is navigating the 21st century.
Rovers, an interactive dance/theater experience from Headlong Dance in
Philadelphia, will be one of the top performances of the weekend. Audience
members will put on JPL Rover Driver conference name tags, get divided up into
affinity groups and participate in break-out sessions. Meanwhile, conference
hosts Jeff Merbold from the Spirit team and Clementine Nardello from the
Opportunity team will reveal the stories of their relationships to each other,
the rovers they love, and space itself.
LUCIDITY SUITCASE Intercontinental is a theater creation team that uses 'rough'
media, documentary footage, transformational scenography, improvisation and
research to create theatrical epics that peer into not-often seen worlds. In 17
BORDER CROSSINGS, theater director Thaddeus Phillips will step onstage to
create a deceptively simple voyage that takes audiences to the frontiers of
Tunisia, Bosnia, Cuba, Brazil, Colombia, Bali, Czech Republic, Israel, Jordan,
Serbia, Slovenia and Mexico.
reference to the Festival's theme of "Clouds," the Dancing Wheels
Company will perform "Walking on Clouds." The piece was originally
choreographed by David Rousseve to celebrate the Company's 25th anniversary.
The essence of the piece is a re-creation of real life stories that demonstrate
the parallels between the African American and disabled rights communities in
their quest for equality.
Ballets will perform "Borrowing Winds," created by their Taiwanese
guest artist, Chung-Fu Chang. The piece uses blue costumes to reflect the color
of the sky and white 10-foot long sleeves that depict the clouds as they react
to the wind.
Market Theater will also make an appearance this year. TSTMRKT's latest
creation is a broken soundscape that devolves into a stage performance that
melds man, machine, time and space.
Violin will return to Ingenuity! This digital violinist from Michigan has
inspired people across North America with his captivating shows at events such
as Burning Man and TedTalks. As a mesmerizing one man-show, no one will want to
miss his enchanting performance.
hear a dazzling display of light and sound from the Tesla Orchestra when
Cleveland's own virtuosos of voltage return to Ingenuity. Two giant Tesla coils
will light up the lakefront for an unforgettable display through Friday and
"A World without Windows: Heaven's Overrated" will feature a working
guillotine and present an intriguing perspective on death and the afterlife,
utilizing historical and biblical references. With mentions of purgatory, the
place between heaven and hell, come watch the final judgment of Marie
DISMANTLING OF THE MEN IN ME, A Choreopoem in Three Vignettes" by RA
Washington is a series of three vignettes that deal with the concept of
defining one's manhood, using found footage/staged video, dance, and music.
Through collaborations with some of the regions most accomplished
dance/movement artists, and using images and music composed by The New SuRah
Orchestar, Washington's new multi-media piece asks us how we as a culture
define manhood, personal history, and how these definitions fall away in our
night of IngenuityFest 2013, September 20, will be headlined by local Cleveland
band mr. Gnome, an experimental indie rock group with a growing cult following
across North America and Europe. There will also be a Friday Happy Hour, from
5-7 p.m. with special beer prices, scheduled with performances from live hip
hop fusion group Uptowne Buddha and indie rock band These Knees.
Saturday, September 21, Angel Olsen, an act Pitchfork calls
"rough-hewn folk, shimmering and ribboned with dirt-packed veins,"
will be the headliner. Now based in Chicago, Olsen is said to have a voice that
is remarkable, evocative, stark, comforting, and startling all at once.
headliners include electronic artist CLASS (Caleb Shomo of Red Bull Records
band Beartooth and formerly of pioneering/controversial scene sensations Attack
Attack!), bass music phenomenon Thriftworks, Cleveland-native DJ/producer Jason
Burns, musical trio Pillars and Tongues, Cleveland-native techno DJ/producer
Dan Curtin, and Los Angeles musician Kevin Greenspon who will be performing
alongside a robust lineup of amazing local and regional musicians, bands, and
Squeal's Voix de Ville: WORLD PREMIERE!
de Ville (or "Voice of the City") theater is an entertainment venue,
art space and learning arena.
Squeal are taking what food trucks have done for restaurants and applying the
same approach to theater.
created a 60 seat mobile tent inspired by the historic Spiegel tents and European
tent venues. It will showcase a zany, multi-faceted, neo-vaudeville cast as
well as a three piece band and invited guests from all over Cleveland and the
US to entertain, enlighten, and share.
Ville performances will take place throughout the weekend of IngenuityFest
Make Space will give inventors and innovators an opportunity to express their
artistic side and share their creations with Festival attendees. The Make Space
will be used by manufacturers, DIYers, students, faculty, and anyone else
looking to experiment through workshops, explain do-it-yourself projects,
showcase cool technologies, participate in crafts, and host mini-presentations.
industrial design to electronic media, the Cleveland Institute of Art:
Creativity Matters booth will bring a display that shows how creativity is
changing our world. Talent Alley from NESCO Resource, a leading national
provider of staffing and HR solutions, will offer attendees the opportunity to
learn about innovative careers and bring some ingenuity to their resumes.
Creativity for Kids will also return to IngenuityFest with a zone of fun
creative projects for all ages throughout the weekend. Lincoln Electric will be
on hand to demo its virtual reality welding trainer as well as robotics.
Make Space features include: Tech workshops from The Makers Alliance, The
Mobile Fab Lab from the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, Make Your Own
Glowie Monster, The LED Artist Akimitsu Sadoi, Glass Blowing, Beer Boxing,
Google Glass Demos, Biocellar Model, Paint with Me by Nate Hodge, Algebra of
Ghiri Art by Valerie Grossman and Harsh Mathur, Printed Circuit Board Demos and
about more great pieces of art, exhibitions, bands, performances and other
attractions that will be at IngenuityFest 2013, visit
ignites a creative spark where the arts, business, science, and technology
intersect. By animating Cleveland's undiscovered urban spaces with world-class,
innovative experiences, Ingenuity provides a unique platform to explore the
space where human creativity meets technology, while celebrating the unique
strengths and resources of our region.
IngenuityFest is presented by Scene Magazine. Ingenuity, now planning
its 9th annual Festival, is grateful for major support from The George Gund
Foundation, The Cleveland Foundation, the Ohio Arts Council/National Endowment
for the Arts, and Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, as well as hundreds of businesses
and private individuals. Additional funding for the 2013 Festival is provided
by the Abington Foundation, Automotive Events, Baker & Hostetler LLP,
Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland Public Library, Creativity for Kids,
Dominion Foundation, ECKART America, Equity Trust, Forest City, Fox Charitable
Foundation, Geis Companies, Grafix Plastics, Huntington, Kent Displays, KeyCorp
Foundation, Lincoln Electric, Medical Mutual of Ohio, Mid Atlantic Arts
Foundation, Nesco Resources, Red Bull, Reminger Foundation, Rogers, Svedka,
Third Federal Foundation, Thomas H. White Foundation, Thompson Hine, Ulmer
& Berne LLP, and William M. Weiss Foundation.
inception in 2004, IngenuityFest has produced and presented over 250 hours of
programming, partnered with over 100 local companies and organizations,
attracted over 250,000 attendees, and generated over $30 million in economic
benefit to the City of Cleveland.
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Thursday, March 6 2014 6:34 PM EST2014-03-06 23:34:31 GMT
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Thursday, March 6 2014 4:56 PM EST2014-03-06 21:56:48 GMT
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Thursday, March 6 2014 11:04 AM EST2014-03-06 16:04:16 GMT
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The topic of arming school employees is back in the spotlight in Boone County. On Thursday, the school board met as part of a planned safety workshop to review their current safety and emergency plans.Full Story >
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