See Our Light

June-July

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Interested in writing or making art? Want to connect with neighbors and help tell the story of Glenville?

Join See Our Light: Glenville Storytelling and Digital Fabrication Project.

For this project, Fab House, Literary Cleveland, and Ingenuity Cleveland are partnering to offer free storytelling and digital fabrication workshops to Glenville residents. Over the course of the summer and early fall, you can join our writing and storytelling workshops, learn how to create art through digital fabrication and making technologies, and contribute to a collaborative art installation that will promote history, arts and culture in the Glenville community.

Writing and Storytelling workshops

In June and July, Glenville writers Rhonda Crowder, Charlotte Morgan, and Vince Robinson will lead discussions and writing exercises to inspire you to tell your story and the story of your neighborhood. Towards the end of the session, artists from Ingenuity Cleveland will demonstrate digital fabrication and making technologies to help turn your story into a piece of art.

RSVP for free at the links below!

Come to just one session or join us for all of them!

Make-a-Thon

On September 10, Fab House and Ingenuity Cleveland will partner to offer a fun day-long maker event that provides tools and training to help residents create their own digitally fabricated art using 3D printers and other tools. More information to come!

Art Installation

The end goal of this project is to create an art installation that will be displayed in the Cleveland Public Library Langston Hughes and Glenville Branches. Want to see an example of what we might create? Check out this community project from Barcelona.

This project is made possible by the Cleveland Foundation Equity in the Arts Fund.

Questions? Email contact@myfab.house

Learn more about Fab House at https://www.myfab.house/

Interested in writing or making art? Want to connect with neighbors and help tell the story of Glenville?

Join See Our Light: Glenville Storytelling and Digital Fabrication Project.

For this project, Fab House, Literary Cleveland, and Ingenuity Cleveland are partnering to offer free storytelling and digital fabrication workshops to Glenville residents. Over the course of the summer and early fall, you can join our writing and storytelling workshops, learn how to create art through digital fabrication and making technologies, and contribute to a collaborative art installation that will promote history, arts and culture in the Glenville community.

Writing and Storytelling workshops

In June and July, Glenville writers Rhonda Crowder, Charlotte Morgan, and Vince Robinson will lead discussions and writing exercises to inspire you to tell your story and the story of your neighborhood. Towards the end of the session, artists from Ingenuity Cleveland will demonstrate digital fabrication and making technologies to help turn your story into a piece of art.

RSVP for free at the links below!

Come to just one session or join us for all of them!

Make-a-Thon

On September 10, Fab House and Ingenuity Cleveland will partner to offer a fun day-long maker event that provides tools and training to help residents create their own digitally fabricated art using 3D printers and other tools. More information to come!

Art Installation

The end goal of this project is to create an art installation that will be displayed in the Cleveland Public Library Langston Hughes and Glenville Branches. Want to see an example of what we might create? Check out this community project from Barcelona.

This project is made possible by the Cleveland Foundation Equity in the Arts Fund.

Questions? Email contact@myfab.house

Learn more about Fab House at https://www.myfab.house/

Glenville

Glenville, OH 44108

Our Presenters

Rhonda Crowder

Rhonda Crowder holds a Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in creative writing, editing and publishing from Cleveland State University. She is a journalist, manuscript editor, entrepreneur, associate publisher, author, literacy advocate and humanitarian who has been recognized by several organizations for service to her community including being named a 2019 Cleveland Champion. Her debut novel is titled Riddles.

Charlotte Morgan

Charlotte Morgan holds a Masters in English (Creative Writing) from Cleveland State University where she has taught Composition and Intro to Fiction. Charlotte’s passion is helping people find their creative cultural voices. In 2018, she worked on Cleveland Stories, an anthology published by Literary Cleveland. Presently she is polishing "Glenville: My Side of Paradise”, a memoir on race and place.

Vince Robinson

Vince Robinson is a multi-genre artist, having given time to evolving in music, the visual imagery of photography and the magic of words in poem and song. In addition to poetry, Vince has written for several publications beginning with The Spectrum at KSU to Eschelon Magazine and Crusader Arts and Entertainment. He is currently a writer for the East Side Daily News in Cleveland, Ohio and is a contributor to CAN Journal.

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