Ingenuity Festival 2010
The much-anticipated IngenuityFest came to life Friday night as hundreds (if not thousands) of Clevelanders flocked to the streetcar level of the Detroit-Superior Bridge to experience eclectic art, technology, performances and music.
New to this year's weekend-long event was an artificial waterfall, which sent thousands of gallons of water from the bridge to the Cuyahoga River. The waterfall was arguably one of the most impressive features at this year's event. Once nightfall came, both sides of the bridge became dark caves illuminated by lights. Attendees enjoyed light shows, dance, and theater performances.
On Saturday night, hip-hop pioneers Wonder Mike and Master Gee (formerly of the Sugarhill Gang) performed a high-energy set that had Clevelanders dancing late into the night.
Click through our photos to see who was "flashed" at this year's IngenuityFest.