Muse Mind Studios aims to "breathe new life and art" into historic Craigmiles Hall with new studio and micro event space
(Cleveland, TN) Muse Mind Studios LLC today announced their new studio and micro event space on the highest floor of historic Craigsmiles Hall.
"The space in itself is inspiring," said Xavier Jasso, creative director Muse Mind Studios LLC. "We hope to breathe new life and art into the building by establishing it as our primary studio location."
"We believe the space could be used in many ways," said Hollie Jasso, chief executive officer Muse Mind Studios LLC. "We're already evaluating opportunities to host mico-gatherings such as photography and yoga classes or art shows with local artists, businesses, or educational institutions. We think the space is perfect for occasions such as a micro wedding, for instance - we hope to capture an audience who wants something different, intimate, and uniquely historic. "
Craigmiles Hall was built in 1878 as an Opera House and Meeting Hall, making it Cleveland's first cultural center. Its stage was graced by performances of such national treasures as the legendary composer and conductor John Phillip Sousa, and in 1994 was described as "one of the most historical and architecturally significant buildings, not only in Cleveland, but in the state of Tennessee."1
The company plans to host its first micro event before the end of 2022. More information about the space is available on their company website: www.musemindstudios.com
"There's just nothing else quite like it in Cleveland," said Xavier. "The building's rich history is fascinating and we aim to carry on the legacy of culture and commitment to the arts that Walter Craigmiles put in place 144 years ago."
About Muse Mind Studios LLC
Muse Mind Studios LLC is a locally owned and operated production company in Cleveland, TN, offering event, aerial, commercial and personal videography, photography and other creative services for the greater Chattanooga area and beyond.
1Snell, William (1998). Cragmiles Hall - Cleveland's First Cultural Center. Cleveland TN: Lee University. p. 13.