IngenuityFest 2017 sparkles with creative energy (photos)

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Tucked away among the St.Clair-Superior neighborhood’s rabbit warren of former industrial space once called the Osborn Industrial Complex, now called the Hamilton Collaborative, the 13th annual IngenuityFest again delivers an array of creative endeavors for visitors.

In its three days of existence, ending late Sunday, the festival features hands-on maker activities, interactive exhibits, music, dance and artisan vendors. 

Highlights include “The Butterfly Experience,” monarch butterflies flitting inside a domed structure erected in a former scrapyard, waiting for a release on Sunday; artist Nelson Morris’ “1000 Faces,” facial casts of Clevelanders lining a hallway; a Makers Mecca, and Cleveland Public Library’s “Tech Central,” where visitors can laser-cut their own pieces for a future “Giant Cleveland Puzzle Mural.”

The festival is located at 5401 Hamilton Ave. and costs $5 for entry.

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