Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free
Recurring

Drive My Car (Japan)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

20th Annual Foreign Film Festival 2021; 2 h 59 m; NR (graphic nudity and sexual dialogue) Winner of Best International Film at the 2022 Academy Awards! Two years after his wife’s unexpected death, Yusuke Kafuku (Hidetoshi Nishijima), a renowned stage actor and director, receives an offer to direct a production of Uncle Vanya at a

$6 – $7
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Drive My Car (Japan)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

20th Annual Foreign Film Festival 2021; 2 h 59 m; NR (graphic nudity and sexual dialogue) Winner of Best International Film at the 2022 Academy Awards! Two years after his wife’s unexpected death, Yusuke Kafuku (Hidetoshi Nishijima), a renowned stage actor and director, receives an offer to direct a production of Uncle Vanya at a

$6 – $7
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free

Urban Artistry

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

Hip hop troupe Urban Artistry presents “A Real Resilience: Moving with Courage Over Fear in a Transformed World.” This original piece represents our collective and personal perseverance through all of the world’s recent trying times. Created in a climate of much self interest, defamation, economic fragility, and polarizing projections of race relations, this show highlights

$10 – $28
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free
Recurring

Tel Aviv on Fire (Israel)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

20th Annual Foreign Film Festival! 2018; 1 h 37 m; NR (some violence and language) Salam, an inexperienced young Palestinian man, becomes a writer on a popular soap opera after a chance meeting with an Israeli soldier. As he and the soldier (who he meets at the check point he passes through each day) collaborate

$6 – $7
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Tel Aviv on Fire (Israel)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

20th Annual Foreign Film Festival! 2018; 1 h 37 m; NR (some violence and language) Salam, an inexperienced young Palestinian man, becomes a writer on a popular soap opera after a chance meeting with an Israeli soldier. As he and the soldier (who he meets at the check point he passes through each day) collaborate

$6 – $7
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free

The Seldom Scene

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Seldom Scene is an American bluegrass band formed in 1971 in Bethesda, Maryland. The Scene has been instrumental in starting the progressive bluegrass movement as their shows include bluegrass versions of country music, rock, and even pop. What does it take for a bluegrass band to remain popular for more than four decades? For

$35 – $37

Arabesque Duo

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

Formed in 2000, the husband and wife guitar ensemble of Kathrin Murray and Troy King, known as the Arabesque Duo, have performed to critical acclaim at concert venues in Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Honolulu, Mendocino (CA), and Cheltenham (UK), to name a few. They have been guest artists at festivals such as

$22 – $25
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free

The Leister Quartet with Nick Reider

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

From the smooth melodies of Sinatra and the Great American Songbook, to the eclectic solos of Monk, with the energy of Setzer, the Leister Quartet will transport you to another place and time with their sophisticated menu of Swing, Jazz and Blues standards as well as smart original compositions. Nick Reider has been performing and

$10 – $15
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free

Comedian Franqi French

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

Franqi French is the authentic comedic voice we need! Ms. French holds nothing back when telling the vibrant true stories from her life. In 2020 Variety Magazine named her one of the 10 comics to watch and she’s currently the reigning champ of NBC’s national stand up comedy competition. She’s a regular at the world

$10 – $18
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Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free
Recurring

The Duke (United Kingdom)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

20th Annual Foreign Film Festival! 2020; 1 h 36 m; R for language and brief sexuality In 1961, Kempton Bunton, a 60-year old taxi driver, stole Goya’s portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in London. It was the first (and remains the only) theft in the Gallery’s history. Kempton sent ransom

$6 – $7
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The Duke (United Kingdom)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

20th Annual Foreign Film Festival! 2020; 1 h 36 m; R for language and brief sexuality In 1961, Kempton Bunton, a 60-year old taxi driver, stole Goya’s portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in London. It was the first (and remains the only) theft in the Gallery’s history. Kempton sent ransom

$6 – $7
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free

Love Stories (Memory Lane Improv)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

During this evening of improv, the Memory Lane Playback Theatre troupe will take stories from the audience’s romantic pasts and enact them on the spot through music, movement, and dialogue that embodies the heart of the story. These trained actors are ready to breathe theatrical life into the audience’s most vivid memories, from adorable meet-cutes

$8 – $10
Recurring

Oktavec (Painted Screen Society of Baltimore)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore presents a show that highlights the unique art form of screen painting. The technique was first introduced to Baltimore by William Oktavec, a Czech grocer, in 1913. Today, screen painting is an urban folk art style still seen on the doors and windows of the city’s rowhomes. Reception: Thursday,

Free

Underground Railroad, Not a Subway (FREE Kids Show)

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

In this puppet performance, experience the story of a young boy who decides to escape slavery through the Underground Railroad. On his bold journey, the boy encounters free blacks, whites who are willing to help, and slave catchers. Featuring a variety of puppets — rod puppets, hand puppets, and wood cut-outs — constructed by Schroeder

Free
Recurring

Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom

Carroll Arts Center 91 West Main St, Westminster, MD

20th Annual Foreign Film Festival! Bhutan; 2019; 1 hr 50 mins; NR (some smoking and alcohol) A disillusioned schoolteacher is transferred to the most remote school in the world, cut off from modern life deep in the Himalayan glaciers. In a classroom with no electricity or even a blackboard, he finds himself with only a

$6 – $7
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