Last Update: July 15, 2014

 
THE INTERNECINE MATRIX

Is the history of the civil war between the people and special interest groups. It chronicles for posterity the hostile takeover of the Greater Cleveland non-profit sector, particularly highlighting the International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA).  It also describes the deteriorating situation for human and environmental rights activists concerned in the Greater Cleveland Area.  Calling the situation very alarming, it expresses the hope that efforts on behalf of the public society will stop repression of protests and activists and denounces the attempt to prevent human defenders of Iceality from exercising their rights to freedom of peaceful assembly, association, and expression, as well as the right to form and maintain an organization.   This information was requested by Investigators following up a fraud inquiry.
 
What is at stake besides money? The Science Behind Global Peace and Harmony:
The "Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts" is the practical study on the aesthetics of the relationship between Humans and their Environment through Arts and Culture, ultimately promoting an effective sustainable global Culture of Peace between all Living Things ~ Human, Plant and Animal Kingdoms!   The incorporation of the rights of flora and fauna in a "Universal Peace Equation" is the first major change in achieving a sustainable global Culture Peace on Earth in over 2000 Years

What happens when corporate big business sets up bogus shops and organizations to collect SIN TAX Dollars for "charity" and undercuts legitimate non-profits that have been serving the townsfolk for generations? Answer: You’re once booming community begins to host more and more boarded up/white washed store fronts and forcing your workforce into welfare while shutting down necessary community services. The apathy is planned to be that way to protect Cleveland's special interests groups, they behave the way because they've been permitted to...even encouraged to...by the self-perpetuating Oligarchy which have been progressively strangling the community for their own benefit. This is not true ‘charity’.   What we have here is ‘complicity’.
 

"The Environmental Art Movement in Cleveland is still largely in danger of failing, thanks to the people who “drive the economy” by doing imaginary things. There is nothing original taking place there.  What they have, they bought or stole, and there just isn’t much money left to spare for the people who do actual things anymore."

 In this atmosphere of aggressive political and public repression, ICEA and its colleagues continue to breathe new life into a broad spectrum of parties and movements, creating a dialogue between different political and public forces, and to give citizens real peace of mind with knowledge about how to defend their honor, dignity and rights in this city, run by a small oligarchy of visible and invisible persons who rules the county to impose their agenda for power and financial domination, no matter which political party is in power.

“We were deceived, betrayed, and cheated by some of our own colleagues,” David Jakupca says. “Those people involved in this plot were nothing but hypocrites, liars and traitors and were waiting for the right moment to switch sides to whoever pays them the most at the expense of the Greater Cleveland Community.”

The Internecine Matrix concedes that the “Syndicate” had gained the upper hand by persuading ordinary people with their money to act as shills and charlatans, exploiting their greed to entice them into replacing legitimate protestors, activists and workers to do the Mafia’s chores.

In a direct reference to the Syndicate's brutal tactics, he said of the Syndicate and their Mafia allies: “The Syndicate and the Developers launched their campaigns against us and we found ourselves in a circle, not being able to move, organize or conduct operations in Cleveland.  The illegal sanctions imposed on us continue to this day.”

He said of the loss: “This created weakness and psychological defeat in Cleveland activists, and this also created panic, fear and the unwillingness to stand for what is Right. The morale of the community went down,  and  there was a total collapse in the security structure of the non-profit sector.”

“I'll tell you one thing that Cleveland History will document:   When the people stop caring and fighting for what they believe in and have built for themselves, it will be taken away from them.   In times of emergencies like this, we have to show unity of efforts that transcends boundaries and issues. "
 
                                                                  
THE GREAT ICEALITY RECONCILIATION
What ICEA seeks first and foremost, is that twenty  year odd sanctions against the International Center for Environmental Arts by the Foundation Syndicate be removed immediately.  Secondly, a mandatory Arbitration Board be convened to mediate a reconciliation between Cuyahoga County Administration  / Community Partnership for Arts and Culture (CPAC) and the International Center for Environmental Arts to check for fraud and to correct any balance sheet errors and mistakes that can have serious ramifications if not corrected.  A federal auditor who reviews both organizations' statements in accordance with federal regulations to find material errors, failure of controls, a material misstatement and/or material weaknesses. Without this accurate financial information, Cuyahoga County officers cannot make well-informed decisions on the Iceality of Arts and Culture so that the Sin Tax figures are in agreement.    

In 1999, Ambassador Renate Jakupca was awarded the Helen Prize for her efforts, primarily for opposing the development of the Lake Erie Shoreline and for playing a prominent role in ‘stimulating interest in international society’s reform.

 

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Chief Wahoo
People Not Mascots Logo

Chief Wahoo - People Not Mascots' Logo
 Artist : David Jakupca
 Acrylic on Canvas 22" x 28" 1992 Signed Lower Right
 Current Owner  Lake Erie Native American Council (LENAC)

The 'People Not Mascots' Logo is meant to be a Native American protest caricature of the racists Chief Wahoo logo of the Cleveland Indians Baseball team. It was originally painted in 1992 by David Jakupca at the historic ARK in Berea
for the Committee of 500 Years of Dignity and Resistance along with the Lake Erie Native American Council (LENAC) incorporating elements of the Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts. The 'People not Masdcots' Logo has drawn criticism from some sportswriters, fans and local businessmen, but gained immediate acceptance among humanitarian, religious groups and Native Americans. The "People not Mascots' Logo gained international popular attention when it was it exhibited by ICEA at the 1993 UN World Conference on Human Rights held in Vienna, Austria and has become one of the most recognized anti-racists logo's in existence changing the way people worldwide veiw the trillion dollar sports industry. . It also caused repercussions for the groups connected with using the logo in protest demonstrations and this has been documented in the INTERNECINE MATRIX..
Reference Links:
INTERNECINE MATRIX  http://theicea.com/page21
WIKIPEDIA  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chief_Wahoo
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The Curse of Chief Wahoo
http://www.clevescene.com/cleveland/the-curse-of-chief-wahoo/Content?oid=2954423

Newest Michigan museum showcases racist artifacts
http://news.yahoo.com/newest-michigan-museum-showcases-racist-artifacts-070835385.html
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ICEA has in its archives historical photos, press clippings, art work, 
white papers of the early meetings; demontrations at the old Cleveland Municipal Stadium
The design committee came up with the "People not Mascots" logo design. David Jakupca painted the first poster seen in the above pic and it premiered at a protest rally held at CLeveland Muny Stadium with Councilman Jeffrey D. Johnson delivering the keynote address. This is the view from outside the World Conference on Human Rights - Revisited of the collection of Cleveland Diversity Exhibit on Racism from United Churck of Christ.
In the early 1990's, members of the Commitee of 500 years of Peace and Justice, Lake Erie Native American Council (LENAC), along with several other organizations, including ICEA, met with Werner Lange of the Cleveland Interchurch Council to discuss issues concerning the Cleveland Native American population. One of the top issues was the removal of the Chief Wahoo racist logo.

As part of the Internecine Matrix, Dr. Werner Lange, a prominent member of the Cleveland German American Community, would be fired and the Interchurch Council would be abolished.
A copy of the Cleveland Native American Referendum (No. 2063-92) presented at the 1993 World Conference on Human Rights by official UN observer David Jakupca of ICEA (#14796). It addresses Chief Wahoo and a American Indian Reservation on Whiskey Island, Ohio.

In 2010, U.S.signs U.N. DECLARATION
ON RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
http://www.dialoguebetweennations.com/ddd/united-states.html
As Official United Nations Observers to the World Conference on Human Rights, David and Renate met with US Delegation Leaders Geraldine Ferraro and President Jimmy Carter to discuss a solution to getting public access to the information generated at the World Conferences. With their approval, ICEA has been recycling all major World Conferences ever since. David and Renate Jakupca and the ICEA recycled UN exhibits have received international critical acclaim in the field of environmental arts.
The WCHR-Revisited was the first UN conference recycled. Because of Chief Wahoo exhibit, all public exhibition space was denied and the exhibit was held at an empty store front in downtown Cleveland.
Despite the organzational problems of the first WCHR-R, it was a huge success validating ICEA's credibility with the United Nation's international community.
On a shoestring budget, the exhibit competed against MOCA, CMA, ETC. Some people had a problem with this.
 
 
An example of a hostile takeover of NOVA.  Method of Operation.  The Foundation Syndicate works to become the primary or sole funder for the charity.  At that point in time, they would cancel the funding and the charity would collapse.  This allows the Syndicate to strip its assets and fire its employees and destroy the now defunked charity. The bottom paragraph sums up the point of the Internecine Matrix: "...but let NOVA's demise be a warning to other nonprofit organizations.  They must serve their members, or they will quite properly wink out of existence".
Now the Foundation Syndicate will run continuous 'public meetings' to recruit new personnel.  These people will be given jobs to form a new charity utilizing the material from the rated charities.  These new charities will continue to be funded doing the work required by the Foundation Syndicate. In 1987, there were a handful of charities serving Cleveland.  In 2014, with the help of the public Sin Tax, the nonprofit sector has soared to over 2,000 charities, despite Cleveland's inceasing population decline.
ICEA trying to stop from having its projects 'poached' from them, asked several organizations for help.  One of these was the Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations whose synopsis is on the left.

The 1999 International Helen Prize Humanitarian Award Recipient Ambassador Renate Jakupca.

The Helen Prize is an international award celebrating the accomplishments of women from around the world who have made heroic but unrecognized contributions to their communities. The Helen Prize, named after Dr Helen Caldicott,  respects and acknowledges the multitude of women who courageously contribute to making a difference in the world and improving life on this planet..... "Once Done, Can Never be Undone".

http://bereabuzz.blogspot.com/2011/04/helen-prize-prize-in-praise-of-bolder.html

Internecine Martix Links

                      The Whiskey Down Caper
The First Environmental Art Display featuring the Art from the
Cleveland Shorelinet by David jakupca held for Mayor George Voinovich and John D. Cimperman, 10th Anniversery of the Cleveland Landmarks Commission Brotherhood Locomotive Engineers Auditorium in March 1982. They continued there environmental work all along the Great Lakes and were recognized by the United Nations.

David and Renate through ICEA were invited to participated in the 1992 EARTH SUMMIT in Rio de Janerio. In 1993 in Vienna, Austria at the World Conference on Human Rights, ICEA, with the approval of U.S. Delegates, Jimmy Carter and Geraldine Ferraro, began recycling and promoting Iceality through the United Nations' World Conferences and bringing awareness of Cleveland to Global Leaders.  They also exhibited their view of Iceality for the naturalization of Whiskey Island and recycled the UN Conference on Human Settlements - HABITAT II.
David and Renate Jakupca started working to stop the overdeveloped Great Lakes shoreline in the mid 70's. They had their first Cleveland exhibit for Mayor Voinovich in 1982 for the Cleveland Landmark Commission. In 1987 they formed  ICEA to meet the compelling needs of ordinary citizens for access to current, balanced, and understandable information about complex global issues. In 1992 David Jakupca was invited to exhibit his environmental art at the first UN Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro. The Endangered Spaces exhibit, focusing on the naturalization of Whiskey Island Ohio, was featured at Habitat II, the Second United Nations Conference on Human Settlements held in Istanbul, Turkey from June 3–14, 1996. Popularly called the "City Summit", it brought together high-level representatives of national and local governments, as well as private sector, NGOs, research and training institutions and the media. Universal goals were to ensure adequate shelter for all human settlements for safer, healthier and more livable cities, inspired by the Charter of the United Nations.
REFLECTIONS ON WHISKEY ISLAND Book
Authors, David and Renate Jakupca
Reflections on Whiskey Island, Ohio: A unique collection of thoughts and deeds to help preserve the beauty and wholeness of living
By American Cultural Ambassadors David, Renate Jakupca and Linda
Maria Wetzel, of the International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA).
The book ‘Reflections on Whiskey Island’, focusing on the disappearing Cleveland, Ohio shoreline to commercial development. Whiskey Island is highlighted with original paintings, sculpture, historic photographs from the soon to be developed Whiskey Island. The book Literally set the plans for Cleveland to embark on the biggest lakefront planning effort since the end of World War II utilizing the Theory of Iceality in Environmental Arts.
David and Renate Jakupca have lived and worked to better the quality of the Great Lakes bioregion since 1971. David Jakupca, recognized as the "spiritual father of the environmental art movement', his paintings and sculptures have been critically acclaimed around the world. In 1996 his Endangered Spaces art traveling exhibit focusing on the commercial over development of the Cleveland coastline was showcased at the United Nations World Conference on Cities - HABITAT II in Istanbul, Turkey and is included in Reflections on Whiskey Island. A Must Have Book on Americana. 

http://books.google.com/books/about/Reflections_on_Whiskey_Island_Ohio.html?id=4vXvHAAACAAJ
   
'Peace and Prosperity'
In the late 1980's Environmental Artist David Jakupca made a series of 8.5 x 11 pen and ink drawings designed to be inexpensively copied on the new office copiers/printers being developed. The 'Peace and Prosperity' (1992) print is an adaptation of the earlier print of Whiskey Island called 'Winter in the Park' that was used to depict Whiskey Island as natural green space instead of an entertainment center. The print 'Peace and Prosperity' was created as part of the 1992 Petition asking the State of Ohio to make Whiskey Island Ohio's first Indian Reservation.
The print was was featured at the 1993 United Nations World Conference on Human Rights in Vienna Austria, the 'Endangered Spaces' exhibit at the 1996 United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (HABITAT II) in Istanbul Turkey and at EXPO 2000, The Worlds Fair held in Hannover, Germany.
'Peace and Prosperity' helped launch the sustainable redevelopment of the Great Lakes shoreline and is arguably the most prolific print of Cleveland, Ohio. Thanks to the generous support of Ione Biggs, Pearl Simon, John Perrara and Brothers Printing, over 15,000 copies were printed between 1992 - 1997.
"The print, Peace and Prosperity by Environmental Artist David Jakupca is the visual link between art and the environment....clean water and air, sustainable use of the land, peoples' and animal rights, the past and the future....all exemplified in one important yet beautiful piece of Americana",  said Albert Rohraff, Michigan Conservationist and Art Collector.
 
ICEA, with the approval of U.S. Delegates, Jimmy Carter and Geraldine Ferraro, began recycling and promoting Iceality through the United Nations' World Conferences.

ICEA put Cleveland on the world's stage again at the HABITAT II Conference with its Whiskey Island 'Endangered Spaces' Exhibit.  The HABITAT II - Revisited opened to a private showing but never opened to the public. Instead, the complete exhibit was ordered to be removed by the Cleveland Public Library. The 'hit man' recruited for the task was Alan Seifullah.   As part of the Internecine Matrix, from now on ICEA would be banned from all Cleveland Public Exhibition Spaces.This cancellation of ICEA's free exhibits mainly burdened the People of Cleveland. The Cleveland International Council would be formed to replace ICEA.

 

We were deceived, betrayed, and cheated by some of our own colleagues,” David Jakupca says.
   “Those people involved in this plot were nothing but hypocrites, liars and traitors and were waiting for the right moment to switch sides to whoever pays them the most at the expense of the Greater Cleveland Community.”
   The Internecine Matrix concedes that the “Syndicate” had gained the upper hand by persuading ordinary people with their money to act as shills and charlatans, exploiting their greed to entice them into replacing legitimate protestors, activists and workers to do the Mafia’s chores.
   In a direct reference to the Syndicate's brutal tactics, he said of the Syndicate and their Mafia allies: “The Syndicate and the Developers launched their campaigns against us and we found ourselves in a circle, not being able to move, organize or conduct operations in Cleveland.  The illegal sanctions imposed on us continue to this day.”
   He said of the loss: “This created weakness and psychological defeat in Cleveland activists, and this also created panic, fear and the unwillingness to stand for what is Right. The morale of the community went down,  and  there was a total collapse in the security structure of the non-profit sector.”ll tell you one thing that Cleveland History will document:   When the people stop caring and fighting for what they believe in and have built for themselves, it will be taken away from them."
 

The "THREE STEP DRILL"

After working for over 20 years on the Lake Erie Project they originated,  Eddy Hauser, was paid $10,000 down payment to replace the Jakupca's and take over the work on the development of  Whiskey Island by the Foundation Syndicate, he was an unemployed steel worker with no prior training, experience and education.  But, he was good at
1)- taking orders and
2)- he needed money. 
These were the eminent qualifications  for the position as a shill for the Syndicate.  His first job was to take the photographs from the sabotaged Whiskey Island "Endangered Spaces" Exhibit and use it for his website.  When he was informed that those pictures he was using was private property of ICEA and Environmental Artist, David Jakupca, he just went out and re-took the same photographs and used them instead.  He set up the 'mandatory' public meetings.....The real planning process was cookeding up the deal in the back of rooms.  The chef and her cooks – altogether, the mayor, city staff, Cleveland Foundation, George Gund Foundation, Cleveland Tomorrow and the Growth Association – have agreed on an outline.  It’s what the usual suspects want, citizenry be damned – and scammed.  They’ve even enlisted the support of environmentalists with sops of a bicycle trail and a few parks, some new, some restored (and implicit promises or threats respecting future funding).
This was the way the Syndicate operated, the rest is history. As a corporate stooge, 'Eddy Citizen Hauser' is honored by being the figured head of REALNEO, should he be replaced, yes, if only because other people have worked harder to make Cleveland one of the worst run city's in America in 2014.
Epilogue:  The people from the Cleveland Public Library involved in this caper would soon disappear.  In 1997, David and Renate Jakupca would accept the position as American Cultural Ambassadors to EXPO2000, the World's Fair in Hannover, Germany.  In the year 2000, they would be nominated in Time Magazine's Millennium Issue as one of their Heroes of the Planet.
Eddy Citizen Hauser died in 2009.  End of his story.

The Iceality UN-Revisited Exhibitions were continued by ICEA's ex-lawyer Jim Levine under the name Ingenuity Fest. There is an obvious play on words off the Mission ststement of ICEA, the Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts.

Iceality    =  is Humanity / Environment / Arts and Culture
Ingenuity  = is Hunanity  / Technology   / Arts and Culture

The FreeTimes Article states how Levin and Mulready were able to pull of the event in one year, but fails to mention the previus 30 years of work that the Jakupca's and ICEA put into Iceality Events. For his omission of the facts, Micheal Gill would be promoted to run the Editor of the CAN Journal, a publication on the Syndicate payroll that also continues to honor the blackballing of ICEA by censoring ICEA News out of the publication.
 

United Nations Award for the "Endangered Spaces" Exhibit at Habitat II
THE GREEN 'MAFIA'
Cleveland's Eco-$yndicate Environmentalism in the Service of $pecial Interests

THE GODFATHERS/TRUSTEES, this elite small group of private people
control and set policy for Cleveland's environmental scene and are the Power Centers for the Eco-Syndicate.

THE LIEUTENANTS/ FOUNDATIONS. this public group sets the policies in motion, handles the money and protects the Godfathers/Trustees from the
public scrutiny.

THE SOLDIERS/ COALITIONS, PARTNERSHIPS, these groups initially formed and primarily financed by the foundations form the core of Cleveland's Eco-Syndicate. These special interest groups' public and hidden "agenda" is dictated by funds they receive from the foundations. By surrounding themselves with legitimate concerned citizens, they are able to have a degree of respectability. However, by investing, advertising and
promoting and intimidation and discrimination, they have created a
monopoly to carry out the political, ideological and methodological interests of the Power Centers in a city that claims to be democratic.

The GREEN MAFIA dates to the early 1990s and was directly responsible for the money to pave the way for the Clevelands ECO-YNDICATE. Green
Building Coalition, Eco-City Cleveland, Sustainable Communities, Earth Day Coalition, Community Arts Partnership Plan are all related and connected and have all power to implement policy and affect environmental regulations for BIG BUSINESS while the Green Mafia is a protected private group that can set the corporate and political agenda.

Within days of this first being published , David Bergholz of the Gund Foundation and Steve Minter of the Cleveland Foundation were fired, but subsequently rehired later in different capacities.

Letter to Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA)
http://lists.topica.com/lists/bereabuzz/read/message.html?mid=915034338&sort=d&start=59
When the Foundations Syndicate's 'Green Mafia' roster was published, David Bergholz of the Gund Foundation and Steven Minter of the Cleveland Foundation were fired and replaced with David Abbott for the Gund and Ron Richards from the cleveland Foundations. ICEA contacted both party's to settle our 'differences with the dignity of Men', but as their correspondence shows they were in the process of 'covering up' their transgressions against the people.
ICEA is Censored from Syndicate Funded and Supported Media Sources
This would include the Plain Dealer, IDEASTREAM, ECOWATCH. etc.
"The Future of News Media: A Panel of Media Critics"   
Constructive Comments on the Program: "The Future of News Media: A Panel of Media Critics" Held on January 18, 2007 at the City Club of Cleveland, Ohio Panelists were: Jen Angel, Roldo Bartimole and Chas Rich, Moderator was Steve FitzGerald.
http://lists.topica.com/lists/bereabuzz/read/message.html?mid=915034335&sort=d&start=61
    The first person banned from speaking at the Cleveland City Club was Eugene V. Debs  -- way back in the 1920s. The second person banned from the Cleveland City Club was American Cultural Ambassador David Jakupca who was to speak in the Spring of 2000 prior to his deployment to EXPO 2000 the Worlds Fair held in Hanover, Germany.  He was selected to speak by the committee at the suggestion of Ione Biggs, but James H. Foster, Director of the Cleveland City Club made the private decision to override the committee and cancel Ambassador Jakupca's talk.
 

Thanks again to James Corner, Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, LAND Studio, Cleveland Public Library and all others who helped to make last night's event on the redesign of Public Square a success! Video and podcast to come soon at cityclub.org

 
Though blackballed in Cleveland, ICEA was still respected and a force for social responsibility internationally.
a. As the 'Spiritual Father of the Environmental Arts' Form indigenous to North Eastern Ohio, ICEA contributed the concept of ICEALITY to the National Endowment for the ART's 'American Canvas Project. (ACP)' which is used as a reference guide to cultural groups nationwide.
b. In... 1997, ICEA was invited to represent the United States as Cultural Ambassadors to EXPO2000 in Hannover, Germany. The ICEA project; US Network for EXPO 2000 was another ICEA ingenuity fest of its past UN conferences. Its use of the new internet as an informational tool by developing a website (www.expo2000usa.com). It was designed primarily as a clearning house of information and opportunities for Americans on EXPO 2000 but was used by people with computers worldwide.
c. Time Magazine in the Earth Day 2000 Millennium Issue nominated ICEA as one of their Heroes of the Planet. (A unique honor for Cleveland since the next class of nominees would not be born for about another 50 years.)
d. In 2001 at the UN Conference Against Racism held in Durban, South Africa, , Ione Biggs and Renate Jakupca would receive a Nelson Mandela Award in recognition of participation in the establishment of better ties amongst Nations and for a positive contribution towards a better future for South Africa and the World, especially the upliftment of children and those in need, living in poverrty with jobs and food.
  Artist against Racism Exhibit at the 2001 UN Worlds Conference against Racism (WCAR).  "Jaluka" means sweat, was created as a part of the ICEA project US NETWORK for WCAR. The design group was Ione Biggs, Renate Jakupca, Cuyahoga County Poet Laureate Daniel Thompson and David Jakupca. 
   A interesting anecdote to Cleveland's Internecine Matrix: When New Mexico hosted the 2007 World Peace Conference, the Peace Ambassadors from ICEA were invited to come over and erect the Sante Fe Peace Stone to mark the occasion. While searching for background information on the Ambassador's the conference media was shocked at the blatant garbage coming out of Cleveland's art and cultural outlets. Fortunately  as soon as the Sante Fe authorities recognized that they had an organization that was being actively persecuted in part for supporting Native American issues, ICEA was immediately welcomed at the Conference as comrades-in-arms. True Story
 
History of Greater Cleveland
Environmental Art Movement
The First Environmental Art Display featuring the Art from the
Cleveland Warefront by David jakupca
held for Mayor George Voinovich and John D. Cimperman,
10th Anniversery of the Cleveland Landmarks Commission
Brotherhood Locomotive Engineers Auditorium
March 1982
 

American Cultural Ambassador David Jakupca is officially credited and accepted with being the Spiritual Father of the Environmental Art Movement by many organizations including the United Nations, Earth Island Institute, Time Magazine, State of Ohio and many others.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_is_the_Spiritual_Father_of_the_Environmental_Art_Movement?#slide=1

 The ARK in Berea: Is recognized as the 'Birthplace of the Global Sustainable  Environmental Art Movement. 
http://wikibin.org/articles/ark-in-berea.html

Cleveland's Sustainable 2019 and Green City Blue Lake Movements can be traced back to the Ark in Berea.
http://bereabuzz.blogspot.com/2013/10/beginning-of-north-east-ohios.html

Greater Cleveland Center of the International home of the Environmental Arts Movement as a ‘Cultural Industry’, to foster civic identity, cultivate jobs and tourism, and brand Ohio Environmental Arts and Culture District in the Bioregion”
http://bereabuzz.blogspot.com/2014/01/american-cultural-ambassadors-david-and.html

 

 Summary:
~ The modern Environmental Arts Movement was started by the ICEA, founded by David and Renate Jakupca in 1987.
~ David Jakupca is the recognized world leader and the Spiritual Father of the Environmental Art movement.
~ Environmental Art is the true indigenous art form of the Greater Cleveland, Ohio area. The ARK in Berea is the home to the global Environmental Art movement.
~ Environmental Art is now the number one movement in Cleveland, Ohio.
~ Environmental Art is the number one movement in America.
~ Environmental Art is the number one movement Worldwide.
 'ICEAlity':
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=ICEAlity
http://bereabuzz.blogspot.com/2012/03/controversial-painter-comments-on.html
 

The International Center for Environmental Arts was the only organization from Ohio to contribute research on the 'Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts' to the National Endowment to the Arts (NEA) for their AMERICAN CANVAS PROJECT.
The American Canvas project was disrtibuted to all 50 States (including the Ohio Arts Council).
(See the Whiskey Down Caper)
Tom Schorgel, Director of the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture for Cuyahoga County in public press releases comments on the value of the American Canvas Project -- that Cleveland's own ICEA contributed to.
However, no record of ICEA appears in the Cuyahoga County Community Partnership for Arts and Culture. This censorship promotes unfair and illegal business parctices, whether accidental or intentional, needs to be investigated by an unbiased source if the Sin Tax is to be reconcidered.
http://www.cleveland.com/arts/index.ssf/2013/12/community_partnership_for_arts_1.html
 TBA
The biggest issue facing our community is declining revenues due to a diminishing tax base and loss of businesses. This has led to less-than-needed funds going to infrastructure repairs as well as other programs. The city is lossing on ten of millions of dollars in youth related business revenue and taxes because the Foundation Syndicate is 'Poaching' environmental art businesses away from Berea. The City bureaucrats need to make to make it a priority to get a committee set-up to stop this illegal business transfer and take back what is theirs... get this task rolling.
 
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2012, the 'ICEALITY SILVER REVELATION' can be called a celebration of the eternal cycle of of exchange between culture of nature and humanity.
Environmental Arts As An Economic Cultural Engine:
“In a historic re-unification of the North Coast Community, as part of the 25 Year Iceality Silver Revelation, North East Ohio Area has been ‘branded’ as the Home of the Environmental Arts Movement by the International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) as a ‘Cultural Industry’, to foster civic identity, cultivate jobs and tourism, and brand Ohio Environmental Arts and Culture District in the Bioregion” http://theicea.com/page25

 
At the formation of ICEA, Canadian activist Rick Coronado from Great Lakes United forecasted, “The International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) will act as our benchmark by which we can measure change and continuity in everything from the environment to relations between people through the Arts. But more than that, it will remind us that we are not the first people, native and immigrants alike, to face difficult choices in troubled times".   “ICEA is the blueprint that all all organizations should aspire to worldwide. Inspirational, groundbreaking, innovative, encouraging and most important all inclusive. Creativity is strong in ICEA’s hands. Ben Chavis, UCC for the Earth Summit 1992.
With this information it is easy to list the clones of Iceality:
CPAC, Eco City, Red Dot, Green City Blue Lake, LAND, CPT, Cultural Gargens, Sustainable Cleveland, Areil Center, WIN, Global Cleveland, Natural History Museum, Great Lakes Science Center, and over 2000 Others. 
                        The 'HIGH FENCE' Plot.
                         PRIVATE INFORMATION
The Censorship of the International Center for Environmental Arts and the whole Greater Cleveland Environmental Arts Genre as a whole by the Cuyahoga County Community Arts and Culture Organization need to be invistagated.
Cuyahoga County has unveiled a new seal that "represents the strength and diversity of the county," wrote County Councilman Mike Gallagher. 

The seal was designed by a student at the Cleveland Institute of Art. It consists of four parts that represent water — Lake Erie and the Cuyahoga River — trees, parks and forests; strength in healthcare; our bridges; and a cog in the center, representing the county's rich history in manufacturing.

What you here is inspired by the Mission Statement of the International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) based in Cleveland, Ohio, founded by American Cultural Ambassadors David and Renate Jakupca.

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THE GREAT ICEALITY RECONCILIATION

What ICEA seeks first and foremost, is that twenty year odd sanctions against the International Center for Environmental Arts by the Foundation Syndicate be removed immediately!
Secondly, a mandatory Arbitration Board be convened to mediate a reconciliation between Cuyahoga County Administration  / Community Partnership for Arts and Culture (CPAC) and the International Center for Environmental Arts to check for fraud and to correct any balance sheet errors and mistakes that can have serious ramifications if not corrected.
A federal auditor who reviews both organizations' statements in accordance with federal regulations to find material errors, failure of controls, a material misstatement and/or material weaknesses. Without this accurate financial information, Cuyahoga County officers cannot make well-informed decisions on the Iceality of Arts and Culture so that the Sin Tax figures are in agreement.

David and Renate Jakupca   Major Contributions   1976  -
The ARK in Berea: Is recognized as the 'Birthplace of the Global Sustainable  Environmental Art Movement. 
http://wikibin.org/articles/ark-in-berea.html

Cleveland's Sustainable 2019 and Green City Blue Lake Movements can be traced back to the Ark in Berea.
http://bereabuzz.blogspot.com/2013/10/beginning-of-north-east-ohios.html

Greater Cleveland Center of the International home of the Environmental Arts Movement as a ‘Cultural Industry’, to foster civic identity, cultivate jobs and tourism, and brand Ohio Environmental Arts and Culture District in the Bioregion”
http://bereabuzz.blogspot.com/2014/01/american-cultural-ambassadors-david-and.html

Visionary's are the Pioneer's that open doors for others to follow.

American Cultural Ambassador Renate Jakupca, émigré from Austria and Transylvania Saxony. Came to Cleveland, Ohio and co-founded with David the International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) in 1987 to meet the compelling needs of ordinary citizens for access to current, balanced, understandable information about complex global issues.

ICEA was organized into three divisions:  Environmental, Humanities, Arts and Culture, this acts as an umbrella organization of affiliated groups  that support related agendas with the idea of creating a prototype NGO that is easily replicable in other communities, cities, states and countries.  ICEA's mission is the Theory of ICEALITY on Environmental Arts, that is to "Assist in understanding of the relationship between Humans and their Environment through Arts and culture  ultimately promoting a sustainable global Culture of Peace between all Living Things (Human, Plant and Animal Kingdoms)"   As the first professional art organization to be solely dedicated to this endeavor, this has made ICEA a leader in the Environmental Arts Movement and a force for socially responsible activity.

As American Cultural Ambassadors to EXPO 2000 the Worlds Fair held in Hanover, Germany, David and Renate Jakupca addressed the 140 Nation Assembly of the concept for a permanent universal symbol of renewal and peace on earth for all living inhabitants through the 'Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts'. This Universal Symbol of Living Peace became the Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM). This project was initiated in cooperation with the United Nations 2000 Culture of Peace Program and organized in support of the UN Decade of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World and the United Nations Millennium Development Goals.

As Official Observers to the United Nations World Conferences, the Ambassadors put Cleveland on the Global Stage inviting Elders like Nelson Mandela, Martti Ahtisaari, Kofi Annan, Fernando H Cardoso, Jimmy Carter, Hina Jilani, Graça Machel, Mary Robinson, Desmond Tutu, Ernesto Zedillo  to know the City through the ICEA's World Conference - Revisited Program and for starting the renaissance in Cleveland ethic community's.

World Conferences
The "Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts" is the practical study on the aesthetics of the relationship between Humans and their Environment through Arts and Culture, ultimately promoting an effective sustainable global Culture of Peace between all Living Things ~ Human, Plant and Animal Kingdoms!
By incorporating the rights of Earth's flora and fauna in a Peace Equation is the first major change in achieving a sustainable Universal Peace on Earth in 2000 Years.
  History will have to imagine what other contributions to Society would have been made if the energy and resources would not have been used in the Internecine Matrix.



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