Posted Thursday, July 12, 2012
Before becoming a modern-day space for arts and entertainment, the Studios at West 78th Street in Cleveland already had a rich history as a creative space. For years, the location served as the studios for the American Greetings Corporation. Today, the building is one of the cornerstones of the Gordon Square Arts District and the home for an eclectic group of artists and arts organizations. On this episode of Applause, we introduce you to building owner Dan Bush and some of the artists - like Susie Frazier-Mueller and gallery owner Bill Scheele - who call this space home.
Arts and Culture, Ballet, Dance, Painting, Sculpture