The Bridge Project

Submitted by Tom Orange on Wed, 09/09/2009 - 11:34.
09/25/2009 - 16:00
09/26/2009 - 23:59
Etc/GMT-4

The Cleveland Festival of Art and Technology, “Ingenuity” will expand beyond its weekend summer festival and transform one of the most fascinating under-used urban spaces in the City into a center of art and performance on September 25 and 26, 2009. The streetcar level spans approximately one mile and includes, at the west end, a series of archways and rooms that will be animated by art installations, exhibits and performances. Key personnel include Director James Levin, KSU Urban Design Planner and Pop-Up City Director Terry Schwarz.

Ingenuity will venture out of its Public Square – PlayhouseSquare district and explore an urban space that lies central to Cleveland with spectacular views of downtown, the Cuyahoga River, the Flats, Lake Erie: the streetcar level of the Detroit Superior Bridge, immediately below and parallel to the vehicular level. Ingenuity will transform this span, about 50 feet wide in most sections, almost a mile long, with fabulous nooks, crannies, tunnels and cisterns at both the east and west ends, with art installations, exhibits and performances, many involving technology.

This experience will take place Friday September 25, opening at 4 pm, closing at midnight and continue Saturday September 26, from noon to midnight. It will be free to the public and include arts and crafts vendors, food and beverage vendors (including beer and wine), buskers and solo performers positioned across the great span of the bridge with the more complex installations and performances taking place at either end. The event will include, as at all Ingenuity events, most exhibits and performances are family friendly and each night closes with a musical event.

http://www.clevelandbridgeproject.com/

 

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Nice to see Ingenuity go viral

Good work James - grow the Ingenuity presence here to more places, all the time.

Be Ingenuity

Disrupt IT

another winning idea!

something tells me James Levin and Terry Schwartz working together is a train no one can stop!

Pop-Up roller skating was a blast - can't wait for this one!

Looks like fun. 

Looks like fun.