New Center for Visual Arts to Open in Downtown Hagerstown

New Center for Visual Arts to Open in Downtown Hagerstown

A working center for visual arts with more than thirty new artist's studios will be open for business within weeks in downtown Hagerstown, according to the project's developer, Mike Deming of Demcore Development. The studios-which will be available for lease-are located on the upper storey's of the former Schindle-Rohrer building on South Potomac Street. The studio project is being done in collaboration with the Washington County Arts Council.
The studios are designed with basic amenities such as heat and light. Running water is available in a common area. A separate set of studios will be equipped for pottery-making with shared kilns and materials storage. The individual studios will range in size from 100 to 200 square feet. Monthly rental fees will start at about $200. Reservations for the studios are being accepted now. For information, call 301-745-3633.

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