Celebrate science, the arts and Cleveland at Bal Ingenieux June 4

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Join Ingenuity Cleveland for Bal Ingénieux, its annual celebration of creativity of all kinds, June 4 at the Tenk Building in the Flats.
The event is styled as a masquerade ball and includes dinner, dancing, unique performances, and this year, science experiments prepared by Case Western Reserve University’s Larry Sears and Sally Zlotnick Sears think[box].
The university’s innovation hub has also been selected as the winner of Ingenuity Cleveland’s inaugural Innovator’s Award, which will be presented at the event.

“Sears think[box] was chosen for this award because of the significant impact and contribution it has made to the creative community as well as Cleveland’s overall innovation landscape,” said Paula Grooms, Ingenuity’s executive director.
Learn more about the event and buy tickets.