My good friend, Ted Ferringer (whose photo is at the top of this blog), along with his buddies Jeremy Smith and Michael Abrahamson, are hosting an event called, “All You Can Eat: A Buffet of Architectural Ideas for Cleveland.”
Here’s his write-up of the event, which will be happening in Cleveland’s University Circle on Oct. 30-31:
What is a city’s recommended daily intake of architecture? Let’s exceed it…
All You Can Eat: A Buffet of Architectural Ideas for Cleveland, an upcoming exhibition to be held at The Sculpture Center, posits that the city has a high metabolic rate, burning through ideas faster than they can be ingested. In response, the exhibit will present a binge of possible futures excessive in scale and exhaustive in scope, ideas both raw and cooked, half-baked and hair-brained.
Join us in preparing a feast.
For more information on this event, including how to submit an entry, click here.