The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore

Calendar of Events and Classes

We welcome familiar and fresh energy to our upcoming public events, workshops, seminars, and classes. 
As Ben Richardson said, "The more painters there are out there, the more screens there are."

 If you would like to volunteer to help at future events, please contact us.



Events

Thank you for visiting us at the National Folk Festival

on September 6 - 8, 2019.



Painted Screens Exhibit, Tours and Workshops

Ongoing in 2019

Highlandtown Gallery 

A Diverse Collection of Baltimore's Painted Screens

248 South Conkling Street • Baltimore, MD 21224

(410) 327-7035

Gallery Hours: Thurs/Fri/Sat  8am - 5pm

(410) 327-7035

Gallery Hours: Thurs/Fri/Sat  8am - 5pm





The American Folklore Society Meeting
October 16–19, 2019

The Society's 131st meeting was held at the Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland. 



Classes and Workshops


 What better way than to carry on a tradition than to teach it to others?

Classes are regularly offered at sites around Baltimore and the surrounding region.
On-going programs taught by Master Screen Artists are offered on demand and seasonally.
Consider a private screen painting party featuring a class in your own home to teach adults and children.
No matter the venue, you will have the secrets and a finished screen in hand at the end of the class

Contact the school or the instructor for additional details


Instructor:  John Iampiericontact John here
            websites: www.PaintedScreensOnline.com, Young Audiences, Maryland State Arts Council Artist in Residence

Instructor: Lisa Marie Penn, contact Lisa here

Instructor: Anna Lipka, email annamlipka75@gmail.com

Instructor: Monica Broere,  email mbroere1@outlook.com

Instructor: Michael Seipp, email mvs21214@gmail.com  Michael taught screen painting at Common Ground on the Hill  June 26. 





Ongoing Exhibitions



Past Events

 


The National Folk Festival, 2018



Sept 7-9. 2018, The Painted Screen Society and the Maryland Traditions Festival were part of the National Folk Festival! 

Maryland State Arts Council's 2017-2018 Maryland Traditions apprentice team Anna Pasqualucci and Lisa Penn  presented and demonstrated the art of Baltimore screen painting at the National Folk Festival in Salisbury, Sept 8 and 9, 12 noon -6pm. 

Elaine Eff presented on a narrative stage on Sunday, Sept 9. 


Smithsonian National Building Museum 
House & Home Exhibit  featured a painted screen door by Master Painter Dee Herget, 2012 - 2017 



Pop-Up Shop! 

June - October 2018. CLOSED for the season.

Presented by The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore  and Highlandtown Arts
Location: 3522-A Bank Street @ Conkling St



                                                                                      Artscape 2019

 
 
 

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