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Straight lines, curved lines, thick lines too! Meander through our collection in search of dashes, marks, and bands. Are you drawn to the rounded line of a circle, the sharp lines of a triangle, or perhaps the angled lines of a rhombus? Work collaboratively to discover, identify, and organize the elements of art throughout the museum. For children ages 6–8 and their favorite adults.

Straight lines, curved lines, thick lines too! Meander through our collection in search of dashes, marks, and bands. Are you drawn to the rounded line of a circle, the sharp lines of a triangle, or perhaps the angled lines of a rhombus? Work collaboratively to discover, identify, and organize the elements of art throughout the museum. For children ages 6–8 and their favorite adults.

William and Henry Walters invite you on a private tour of their global galleries. Journey alongside this influential family that built a diverse and expansive collection of artwork later gifted to the people of Baltimore City. Let the Walters family inspire you to create original, collaborative masterpieces with your family. For children ages 6–8 and their favorite adults.

William and Henry Walters invite you on a private tour of their global galleries. Journey alongside this influential family that built a diverse and expansive collection of artwork later gifted to the people of Baltimore City. Let the Walters family inspire you to create original, collaborative masterpieces with your family. For children ages 6–8 and their favorite adults.

Lords and ladies, come hither! Wander through our medieval galleries in search of merchants, knights, and fantastical creatures. Imagine yourself as noble men and women living in the Middle Ages. Artisans, travel into our studio to design a game for the entertainment of the royal court. For children ages 6–8 and their favorite adults.

Lords and ladies, come hither! Wander through our medieval galleries in search of merchants, knights, and fantastical creatures. Imagine yourself as noble men and women living in the Middle Ages. Artisans, travel into our studio to design a game for the entertainment of the royal court. For children ages 6–8 and their favorite adults.

Sail the high seas, ride the tracks, and hit the road during this month’s celebration of new adventures. Travel the world to discover centuries of distinctive art created by diverse cultures. Make the Walters your destination for globally inspired art. For children ages 6–8 and their favorite adults.

Sail the high seas, ride the tracks, and hit the road during this month’s celebration of new adventures. Travel the world to discover centuries of distinctive art created by diverse cultures. Make the Walters your destination for globally inspired art. For children ages 6–8 and their favorite adults.


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The Art of Ancient Hairdressing

Date: 10/02/14

Time: 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM

See ancient sculpture in a whole new way through the eyes of hairdressing archaeologist Janet Stephens. Find out how ancient Greeks and Romans created their elaborate and beautiful hairstyles without hairspray, bobby pins, or even shampoo!

Pop-Up Book-making Workshop with Paul Johnson

Date: 10/02/14

Time: 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM

Have you even been intrigued by “pop-up” books? Did you know that today’s pop-up books and movable toy theaters trace their origins back more than one hundred and fifty years? In this workshop you’ll make your own pop-up toy theater. The workshop for adults will be led by Paul Johnson, one of the U.K.’s most distinguished paper engineers. Registration fee includes materials. Register online for this event.

Peabody on the Court Music Series

Date: 10/03/14

Time: 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM

Please join us for the first concert of the year in the Peabody on the Court Music Series, featuring saxophonist Susan Summers. Held on the Renaissance Sculpture Court, these free concerts are presented on select First Fridays in partnership with the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University.

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