The Scavenger Hunt Rules:
Rule #1: Using the images and clues provided on the Scavenger Hunt Guide, find all eight buildings and take a photo of yourself in front of each one. Not a fan of ‘selfies’? Use a disguise! (maybe some Duckworths and hat?) Be sure to get enough of the building in the image so we can be sure you visited all of them.
Rule # 2. Send all eight images to ArchiNATI12(at)gmail(dot)com BEFORE Thursday October 10th at Noon.
All correct submissions will be entered into a drawing for three beautiful hand crafted tiles donated by Rookwood Pottery.
Everyone is invited to join us for the second annual ArchiNATI Photo Scavenger Hunt and Reception presented by The Rookwood Pottery Company. The event will take place Thursday October 10th starting at 5:30pm at Rookwood’s Over-The-Rhine location. In addition to seeing the latest pieces that Rookwood is producing, guests at this free event will get expertly guided behind the scenes tours that put Rookwood’s working process on display. There will be food and drinks for all the attendees and we will be awarding the prizes to the Rookwood Photo Scavenger Hunt winners! And as a special ‘Thank You’ all the guests will take home a piece of Rookwood for themselves. We expect that it will be a lively and enlightening evening celebrating the work of the Rookwood Pottery Company and the sleuthing of our intrepid Scavenger Hunters. There is only one way to win the Grand Prizes though, and that’s the Hunt!
The Scavenger Hunt Rules:
1. Using the images and clues provided on the Scavenger Hunt Guide, find all eight buildings and take a photo of yourself in front of each one. Not a fan of ‘selfies’? Use a disguise! (maybe some Duckworths and hat?) Be sure to get enough of the building in the image so we can be sure you visited all of them.
2. Send all eight images to ArchiNATI12(at)gmail(dot)com BEFORE Thursday October 10th at Noon.
3. All correct submissions will be entered into a drawing for one of three beautiful hand crafted tiles donated by Rookwood Pottery.
The Scavenger Hunt Guide:
Click this link to down load the Rookwood Photo Scavenger Hunt Guide!
For The Winners:
Winners will be notified by email and the prizes will be given out at the The Rookwood Architectural Photo Scavenger Hunt Reception. Don’t worry if you win and can’t make it to the reception! We’ll arrange for delivery.
The Rookwood Pottery Co. Tour and Reception | “Manufacturing and Discovering Art”
Guided tours of the Rookwood Pottery Co. and the announcement of the ArchiNATI Scavenger Hunt winners.
Tours Start at 6:00pm & 7:00pm followed by the announcement of the winners
Rookwood Pottery Company 1920 Race Street, 45202
THURSDAY, OCT 10TH | 5:30PM-8:00 PM
Event is FREE and Open to the Public
Registration Not Required but Welcomed at ArchinatiRookwood.eventbrite.com
The topic of “Citizen Space” was not taken lightly by Orville Simpson II. Mr. Simpson was a Cincinnati real estate investor and entrepreneur, who spent 50-plus years of his life thinking about the problems of urban sprawl, overcrowding, crime, and pollution. During this time—with no formal architectural, planning, or artistic training—Mr. Simpson dedicated his life to designing and documenting his solution to these problems: Victory City, “the City of the Future”. While at times the roughly self-illustrated ideas seem oppressive (a corporate monopoly governing the city, or rules against cooking or keeping pets in one’s own residence for example), other aspects developed 50 years ago are now accepted as good practice, or are even considered cutting edge (farm-to-table meals with no additives and preservatives, and efficient land use). In 2011, Mr. Simpson’s life’s work was donated to the University of Cincinnati, and is preserved and interpreted by DAAP Galleries and its director Aaron Cowan. ArchiNATI is proud to present a sampling of the immense Victory City collection related to the festival’s theme of Citizen Space that has been chosen by Mr. Cowan to highlight Orville Simpson’s painstaking process and the passion that sustained it for 60 years!
Join ArchiNATI, the Young Architect’s and Interns Forum, the American Institute of Architecture Students, and DAAP Galleries in exploring and celebrating Orville Simpson’s life-long passion for citizen space Friday October 11th at 6 PM at the newly reopened Rhinegeist Brewery (originally built as the Christian Moerlein Brewing Company’s bottling plant). Tickets to the Exhibition are $25, and include a farm-to-table dinner inspired by Victory City’s sustainable agricultural practices, prepared by Chef Steven Shockley. The dinner will be served via a system inspired by Simpson’s beloved “Circle-Serv” cafeteria device, and accompanied by fresh-brewed Rhinegeist craft beer.
Come discover one man’s decades-long passion for creating a better, more sustainable city–Victory City, an exhibit presented by DAAP Galleries. Creative food prepared by Chef Steven Shockley, sourced locally, and inspired by the exhibit. The food will be served in served in a truly surprising way! The exhibit and dinner will be held at Rhinegeist Brewery–an amazing 1900s factory space.
Rhinegeist Dinner & Victory City Exhibition | “Discover a Vision of the future in a Space from the Past”
Dinner created by Stephen Shockley (formerly of CUMIN) paired with Rhinegeist brews
DAAP Galleries exhibit of VICTORY CITY, the life work of Oroville Simpson II, describing his utopian plan for a new city.
Rhinegeist Brewery, 1910 Elm St. 45202
FRIDAY, OCT 11TH | 6:00PM-8:00 PM
TICKETS REQUIRED – Available for purchase at http://www.architecturecincy.org/shop/
Park(ing) Day, for the uninitiated, is an annual open-source global event where citizens, artists and activists collaborate to temporarily transform metered parking spaces into “PARK[ing]” spaces: temporary public places. This year, in Cincinnati artists and designers are getting together to feed the meters and legally use parking spaces to celebrate the importance of public spaces. We’ll create some fun along Main Street in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati and in the 8th Street Design District between Broadway and Sycamore.
On September 20th, from 11 AM to 2 PM, the 8th Street Design District and the Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati will take over parking spots on East 8th Street between Broadway and Sycamore. You’ll be able to take a seat and swing on the Big Swing; a collaboration between the Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati and local design shop, the Brush Factory. Take another kind of swing at a hole in one on GBBN Architect’s mini golf course and get your picture taken with the city’s largest liquid refreshment by KZF Design.
Park(ing) Day continues on Main Street during happy hour from 5 – 7 PM. You’ll be able see how Main Street turns parking spots into galleries and stages with artists of all kinds. On Main Street north of 12th Street, Pones, Inc. is creating a temporary statue park, Permafringe is putting on a serendipitous performance in front of Iris Bookcafé, while a number of locations are offering mini-golf like you’ve never seen and Elementz is doing hip-hop dancing. Queen City Bike is planning a surprise and a bubble artist will delight everyone. Look for musicians and visual artists creating on the spot in numerous spaces, Carriage House Farm produce stand in front of Park + Vine. Coffee Emporium on Central Parkway is hosting its own sort of fun.
Park(ing) Day 2013 | “Transforming Parking Spaces”
See how offices, retailers and residents transform street parking spaces and enjoy ArchiNATI’s Big Swing , a playful way to experience public space.
On East 8th Between Sycamore & Broadway
FRIDAY, SEPT 20TH | 11:00AM-2:00 PM
On Main Street, North of Central Parkway
FRIDAY, SEPT 20TH | 5:00PM-7:00 PM
*Editors Note: Photo by Tom Hilton & licensed under a Creative Commons License
Step into the former Church of the Assumption to celebrate submissions to Place from Space: A design competition to turn vacant spaces into community places.
While the musicians from the Kentucky Struts fill the former church with sound you have an exciting opportunity to experience a unique former Catholic Church accompanied by a food truck and beer by Listermann Brewing Company.
The church’s cornerstone was laid in 1884. The archdiocese no longer owns the church; it’s used by an artist whose work will also be on display. The artist has stabilized the Church, and it’s vaulted ceilings and unique eclectic detail will beg for your attention. See what reinhabiting Cincinnati’s great spaces is all about when you celebrate Place from Space.
Round 1 proposals will be exhibited and you have the chance to pick a Finalist for East Walnut Hills, Walnut Hills; East, West or Lower Hill, or Over-the-Rhine. The Grand-Prize-Winner will be built in the spring of 2014.
The former Church of the Assumption is located at 2622 Gilbert Ave, Walnut Hills. There is plenty of on-street parking(free after 6).
Place from Space Celebration and Exhibition | “Celebration in a Historic Church”
FRIDAY, OCT 4 | 6-10 PM