VALLEY CRAFT NETWORK TOUR 2020
Saturday, November 21 and Sunday, November 22, 10am
39th Annual Studio Tour is online*
*Some studios open to the public
The Middletown and Pleasant Valley areas of central Maryland are home to a wealth of professional artisans working within this scenic region. Currently there are 12 fine artists in our Network. During the Tour weekend we invite you to view our studios online and make purchases through our websites. Some of our showrooms may also be open for an in-person, socially distanced view of our creative process. We are excited to share our studios in a new way this year and hope you come away with information, inspiration and one-of-a-kind gifts and treasures, handmade in Maryland.
2020 FALL SCHEDULE
Adjusting to Covid-19
Studio2 accepts two students at a time Monday-Thursday, 10am-5pm, optional Saturday, details below:
There are two work stations/jewelry benches, each student having a bench and their own tools, 6' plus distancing.
The soldering area will be set up for one student to be soldering at a time, with vent system to outside. Studio2 has tower fans, venting for good air flow/exchange to the outside. There are two soldering stations, with each student designated to use the same station and tools each time one solders.
Students are asked to please respect social distancing, as much as possible. Teaching is a challenge in this “hands on art form”.
Studio2 provides safety equipment for the viruses; thermometer check, hand sanitizer, KN95 masks, rubber gloves, disinfectant wipes, etc.
Studio2 requires a waiver to be signed by each student.
To reserve a session with Studio2 or if you have questions call/text 240-818-1156 or email
Hagerstown Community College jewelry classes provide creative, social outlet
by Janet Helm
While many people dread Mondays, the 11 students that took Beth Carey's Jewelry 2 class at Hagerstown Community College couldn't wait for the start of the week. (Read more)
Inspiration Diaries with Beth Carey
Whitney, the owner of The Muse, a store located in downtown Frederick, Maryland, visited Studio2 for an artist feature on The Muse blog. To read her interview and to see more pictures from my studio click on the link below:
With Gina Copannzzi at NOMA Gallery on 1st Saturday
I have recently been accepted into the NOMA gallery group of artists.
This month Noma features group show of members & youth art show of Frederick county high school National Art Honor Society students.
CELEBRATING ALL ART EDUCATORS
With Sukey Rankin
FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS • JUNE 2 – 4
Booth 114 • Carroll Creek Linear Park, Frederick Maryland