IngenuityFest Seeks Vendors for Ingenuity Bazaar


For Immediate Release


Annie Weiss, Ingenuity Cleveland

(216) 589-9444


Cleveland, OH (June 24, 2014) – Ingenuity is seeking artist / crafter / apparel vendors for the 10th annual IngenuityFest to be held September 26-28, 2014 on Cleveland’s lakefront. Vendors that showcase and support locally made / grown products, high quality design salvage / upcycle / antique / vintage / history are encouraged to apply. IngenuityFest is a three-day celebration of art, music, technology, and more that welcomes about 40,000 visitors. Please note, space is limited. Applications will be accepted until August 15th. To apply, visit

There will be a flat fee of $250 for artist / crafter / apparel vendors to showcase and sell their products over the weekend. Price includes standard 10 x 10 space with electricity and lighting. Tent rentals are available through Ingenuity for an extra $100. Vendor hours at the festival last from 5 PM – 11 PM on Friday, 12 PM – 11 PM on Saturday, and 12 PM – 5 PM on Sunday.

Corporate and non-profit vendors should contact Marketing Coordinator, Annie Weiss at to discuss pricing. Food vendors should direct questions to Operations Manager, Bill Kvoriak, at

About Ingenuity

Ingenuity highlights the creativity and innovation that make Cleveland a vibrant and exciting place to live. We ignite the creative spark where the arts, science, and technology intersect. By animating Cleveland’s urban spaces with world-class, innovative experiences, Ingenuity provides a unique platform for exploring the boundaries of arts, science, and technology. We do this through our innovative outreach programs, creative partnerships and events, including our annual IngenuityFest.

Ingenuity is now entering it’s 10th season and is funded by The George Gund Foundation, Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, The Cleveland Foundation, and the Ohio Arts Council, as well as many other businesses, non-profits, and private individuals. The three-day IngenuityFest creates a combined economic impact of $4.5 million to Cleveland’s economy every year.