The Painted Screens of Baltimore
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Painted screens are a beloved urban folk art once found on windows and doors of rowhouses throughout Baltimore, a home-grown solution to privacy while providing color and beauty to the streets. The art form has a long and inspired history and an even more surprising future. Share a delightful journey of discovery with Maryland folklorist Elaine Eff, founder of The Painted Screen Society and author of The Painted Screens of Baltimore. Book sales and signings to follow.