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Ingenuity Festival in Downtown Cleveland this Weekend

by WKSU's KEVIN NIEDERMIER


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Kevin Niedermier
 
An experiment is taking over Cleveland's downtown this Labor Day weekend. The first annual "Ingenuity Festival of Art and Technology" starts Thursday night. The event will fill the streets and some places you might not normally go.
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Co-directors of the first 
"Ingenuity Festival of Art and Technology" James Levin and Thomas Mulready.  They're standing in the downtown Clevleand alley that is being turning into one the festival's outside stages.
The alcove in a downtown Cleveland alley that will
host several different performances during the
"Ingenuity Festival of Arts
and Technology"
The enterance to the alley
off Euclid Avenue near Public Square
A window in the abandoned Higbees Building on Public Square turned into an art display for the "Ingenuity Festival"
Another reclaimed Higbee's window.
A once vacant Euclid Avenue storefront being transformed into an art display for the "Ingenuity Festival of Art and Technology."

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