This fall, we’ll be celebrating Baltimore’s storied history of screen painting with The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore.

Kids Screen Painting Workshop

November 5 & November 8, 1:30-3:30 PM
On November 5 and November 8, we’ll be celebrating Baltimore’s storied history of screen painting with The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore. Michael Seipp will be doing a live workshop and demonstration on the history of painted screens throughout Baltimore. All materials for kids will be provided. At the end of the workshop, they will leave with their own 8×10 painted screen.

Workshops may sell out. Advance purchase for the screen painting workshops recommended.

More Screen Painting at the B&O

Screen Painting Exhibit

October 27 – November 10
Come on into the Museum from October 27 through November 10 to see select works of art on display in the Roundhouse, courtesy of The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore. 

Screen painting demos in the Roundhouse:
Wed, Nov. 1 @ 1-2:30 PM
Thu, Nov. 10 @ 10-11:30 AM

Included with Museum Admission. B&O Members FREE.


Sip & Screen Paint Workshop (21+)

November 2, 6-9 PM
On November 2, we’ll be celebrating Baltimore’s storied history of screen painting with The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore. Michael Seipp will be doing a live workshop and demonstration on the history of painted screens throughout Baltimore. Participants have the option of bringing their own window screen from home or creating up to three mini screens (8×10). Beer and wine will be available for purchase.

Workshops may sell out. Advance purchase for the screen painting workshops recommended.

More upcoming events at the B&O

Nov. 25-27 & Dec. 2-4, 9-11 & 16-19

Going Fast — Get Your Tickets Today for The Polar Express Train Ride!

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The Underground Railroad

Exhibition Now Open!

Holiday Festival of Trains

Nov. 28-Dec.31

Pet Photos with Santa!

Dec. 6, 5-7 PM

Turntable Demo

Jan. 7, Feb. 25 & Mar. 26

Bank of America Model Train Gallery

See Baltimore landmarks in miniature

WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM:

Ransom007
Anaheim, CA

The roundhouse was my favorite part, because it gives a true feel for what goes on in a roundhouse—the cars are stationary, but seeing the actual tracks is eye-opening.

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