Screen painting is back at the B&O!

April 30 – May 7, 2024
Join us for a screen painting pop-up exhibit with The Painted Screen Society. Select works will be on display. If you’re feeling inspired, you too can try your hand at screen painting during our Sip & Paint workshop on May 2nd from 6 PM to 8:30 PM.  

Admission:

Access to exhibit included with Museum Admission. B&O Members FREE.
Tickets for workshop available below.

More Screen Painting at the B&O

Sip & Screen Paint Workshop For Adults

Thu, May 2 @ 6-8:30 PM

Join the B&O for a Sip & Screen Paint Workshop!  

Perfect for a night out with friends, a birthday celebration, or an adult-only family night, this workshop is fun and interactive! The workshop is artist-led with all materials provided. Participants will have the option of bringing their own window screen from home or creating up to three 8×10 screens. Food and wine are available on-site.  

Workshop is for ages 21+.

Workshop Admission:

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


Screen Painting Demo

Sat, May 4 @ 1-4 PM

Come enjoy a screen painting demonstration! 

On Saturday, May 4th, from 1 PM to 4 PM join the B&O for a screen painting demonstration and talk with a member of the Painted Screen Society! During this fun display of skill and creativity, hear about the history of screen painting, its Baltimorean ties, and techniques used in this form.

Admission:

Included with Museum Admission. B&O Members FREE.

Upcoming Events at the B&O

2024

Monthly Tours

Tour the B&O No. 7701 “Dreamland Sleeper”

August 14, 17 & 18

The Polar Express™ Train Ride

Nov. 29-30 & Dec. 1, 6-8, 12-15 & 18-22

July 1-31

Submit your creation!

Sensory Inclusive Summer Camp

Week 3: July 22-26

July 28 & August 11

12-1 PM

August 17-24

Workshops & More!

September 7

10 AM – 3:30 PM

Diesel Days are Back!

September 21 @ 12 – 2 PM

September 28

Murder Mystery Dinner Theater

Tails on the Rails

October 27 @ 2 – 5 PM

WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM:

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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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