Yvette Mattern talks about his art project called the Global Rainbow. The Global Rainbow is a night-time rainbow that ranges for many kilometers.
NEXT EVENT VOL 25
On May 29th, PechaKucha Night Cleveland returns to the Museum of Contemporarty Art in Cleveland's University Circle neighborhood!
For our 25th anniversary event we've got some special things planned; you aren't going to want to miss this one! Stay tuned for more info as we get closer to the event, but be sure to hold this date!
For the last 15 years Jen Lewin has been creating large, immersive, interactive art pieces for the public...including interactive sound and light sculptures that inspire people into play, to woven fiber video curtains that reflect movement, or giant, robotic, ethereal moths that dance based on human touch. She brings an organic, feminine quality to her electronic work that leaves viewers enchanted and surprised. As a trained architect, Lewin’s pieces are often the scale of buildings and rooms. She creates experiences and environments that are both part of, and integrated into, a physical space.
BY JACOB VANSICKLE
@ VOL 23
ON AUG 07, 2014
Jacob VanSickle is the executive director of Bike Cleveland, the regions bicycle advocacy organization that advocates for streets safer so people of all ages and abilities can ride a bike in our fair city. One project Bike Cleveland is organizing is called the Midway, a plan for a network of protected bike lanes.
Believe in CLE
BY TAMMY LYONS
@ VOL 23
ON AUG 07, 2014
Tammy Lyons is the founder and owner of Inner Bliss Yoga Studios in Rocky River and Westlake, Ohio. She teaches several weekly yoga classes and lives in Bay Village with her husband Marc and sons Cooper and Brennen. Believe in CLE was founded by Tammy as a way to accelerate Cleveland's revival through the power of yoga.
The Battle We Didn't Choose
BY ANGELO MERENDINO
@ VOL 22
ON JUN 05, 2014
Based in Cleveland, Ohio, Angelo Meredino is a photographer with a truly amazing approach to life….He does freelance work for both Corbis News and Getty Images and his photographs have been exhibited in New York City, Washington, D.C. and Rome, Italy. Online features have appeared on The New Yorker Photo Booth, Angelo Merendino's photo-documentary, The Battle We Didn’t Choose – My Wife’s Fight With Breast Cancer, has received worldwide recognition and he shared that amazing story, along with his thoughts on life and love.
"Presentation of the Day" on July 2, 2014.
Autopsy of America
BY SEPH LAWLESS
@ VOL 21
ON FEB 21, 2014
Enigmatic artist Seph Lawless uses his photographs to capture the abandoned, neglected areas of America as a metaphor for our decaying society. By transforming social media into a social movement, Seph hopes that his work will spark political debate and constructive dialogue.
"Presentation of the Day" on May 28, 2014.
Because I Said I Would
BY ALEX SHEEN
@ VOL 18
ON MAY 24, 2013
Promises are important. Alex Sheen believes that promises carry a special weight that should not be taken lightly. "Because I said I would" cards enable a person to really see the worth in the promise that you've made them.
"Presentation of the Day" on September 3, 2013.
Salutation to Corrugation
BY MARK LANGAN
@ VOL 9
ON SEP 24, 2010
One day, artist Mark Langan received a large amount of corrugated cardboard boxes from his neighbors, and decided to do something amazing with them. His three-dimensional works are composed entirely of recycleable material, and have become popular among eco-friendly movers and shakers.
"Presentation of the Day" from October 26, 2013.
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About the City's Organizers
In 2005, after graduating with a Masters in Architecture from Kent State University, Michael moved to Cleveland to work on master plan designs for the Flats East Bank redevelopment project. Working on this and a variety of urban redevelopment projects throughout the United States has afforded him a deep appreciation for the urban environment and how people interact within it. When Michael is not in his office at architecture firm Vocon, he is immersed in a variety of initiatives to leverage Cleveland’s assets and creative efforts into visible and tangible results. He co-found the international Cleveland Design Competition which annually attracts over 150 design ideas from more than twenty different countries for important civic projects; co-found PechaKucha Night Cleveland which quarterly seeks to expose and attract new creative ideas and incite meaningful collaboration; serves as Board Chair for the Cleveland Municipal School District’s Campus International School Advisory Board and sits on the Board of Directors for both SPACES (Art Gallery) and the Cleveland American Institute of Architects. Michael is passionate about having a positive impact on the City of Cleveland and believes Cleveland’s best days are still ahead of her. Michael currently lives on the west side of Cleveland in Lakewood with his wife Jill.