Come Paint at DoodleHATCH!
There's always something happening at DoodleHATCH! Get inspired with one of three DoodleHATCH painting projects!
Any experience level is welcome! There's a project for any artist, regardless of age or experience! All paints and materials are provided, all you need are paint clothes and your creativity!
These activities are included in a standard DoodleHATCH admission ticket! So you can come and paint or explore the space!
DoodleTopia Apartment Painting
Recommended for Ages 6 and Under
Come help us remodel our DoodleHATCH Apartments! Perfect for Toddlers and Kids who don't want to color inside the lines!
No rules, no fuss, paint our mini apartment buildings any way you want!
Undersea Mural Painting
Recommended for Ages 7 - 12
Help us color a brand new 80 foot mural for DoodleHATCH! Our Undersea Mural painting is perfect for those young artists who are just learning how to use a brush!
With big bold shapes and a forgiving color scheme this project is perfect for those of us who love to color!
DoodleHATCH Parade Mural Painting
Recommended for Teens and Adults
Come and be a part of the most ambitious DoodleHATCH project yet! A 140 foot Mural to be displayed outside of DoodleHATCH!
Drawn by artist Justin Nepomuceno. We are looking to find skilled painters and artists to help bring the drawings to life!
Not a skilled painter and still want to participate? Don't worry! We still need plenty of volunteers to help block out base colors and help prepare the wooden panels for painting!
If you're willing to help out, we'll gladly accept it!
Want to be a part of the Mural but don't paint? Donations are graciously appreciated!
You can make a monetary donation to our PayPal. We'll also take any spare acrylic paint you may have lying around the house!
Please drop off any donations at the DoodleHATCH front desk, be sure to leave your contact information so that we may thank you later!
If you want to see progress on the mural follow us on instagram at @TheDoodleHATCHMural
Any questions? contact
This project is supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council (msac.org)