Blog

Tony Ingrisano's "Open Streets" video up at SPACES   05.30.18

In late-2017, SPACES spearheaded Hingetown Culture Works, a platform for the co-creation and implementation of free cultural activities that serve the diverse populations living in and visiting this area of Ohio City. Our inaugural project as an alliance-comprised of partners like the Music School Settlement, Transformer Station, Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio City Inc., residents and local business owners-was creating an artistic hub in Hingetown, during Open Streets on May 6, 2018.

For this engaging one-day event, Hingetown Culture Works commissioned 6 new artworks that celebrate people-powered movement and promote decreasing dependency on automobiles. One of the artists, Tony Ingrisano, filmed the skaters, cyclists, and pedestrians enjoying the day's activities and created the video work, Open Streets, which is on view at night, in the SPACES corner window, through June 17, 2018.



Author: Christina Vassallo, Executive Director
Category: General

Comments

blank
View Calendar

16 My Neighbor's Keeper: Who...

23 RESCHEDULED Where Do We G...

25 (p)SPACE presents FreshPr...