Cincinnati was hosting the 2015 All Star Games and needed a way to let its story and art shine. When given this request, ArtWorks partnered with local organizations and designers to create the CincyInk public art project, described by the Cincinnati Enquirer as "the largest public art undertaking in the city."
The public art project used lines from a crowd-sourced poem that was collaboratively written by the Chase Public poet collective for the Cincinnati Tattoo Project done in partnership with Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova of K+K.
I was CincyInk project lead, responsible for working with partners to developing the project vision; completing permission, installation, and fabrication logisitcs of 50+ unique art installations; aiding in fundraising and press efforts; communicating with all participating artists; managing the budget and timeline; and day-to-day creative direction. ArtWorks partnered with local agencies LPK and Brave Berlin to brand and create CincyInk public art project and also included 36 local designers to illustrate every line of the poem in a series of posters.